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Black excellence?: How a school abused Black students & got fame for sending them to Ivy Leagues

Black Youth Project - January 14, 2019 3046

By Kevin Clay The culture of physical and emotional abuse, blackmailing, and the intellectual sabotage of students recently uncovered at the T.M. Landry school in Louisiana by the New York Times, atop what was previously a narrative of “Black student exceptionalism,” positions the school at the nexus of much larger and pervasive problems in the way […]


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Uncovering Student Device Preferences for Online Course Access and Multimedia Learning

Educause Review - January 09, 2019 2801

EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement Uncovering Student Device Preferences for Online Course Access and Multimedia Learning Authors: by and Published: Thursday, January 10, 2019 Columns: Researchers at Oregon State University's Ecampus share the results of a survey uncovering online students' device preferences, which they'll present at the forthcoming EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting and will use to inform future digital course development efforts. Credit: aklionka / Shutterstock ©2019 Have you ever wondered what devices students are using to access their online learning environments in higher education? As researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) Ecampus, our team certainly has—and we sought to uncover answers to this and other questions.