A look at two apps that can help graduate students set aside a little money and control their spending.
Also this week: when students stereotype professors; the link between sexism and rodents of usual size.
Stop acting like it’s a dirty word and start thinking about how to shape your brand.
Any professors who claim they introduced a new digital tool in the classroom without some kind of friction are probably lying.
To be effective as an online instructor, you have to be present in the present.
How ya gonna keep ‘em down on the farm after they’ve seen virtual reality?
A primer on what to wear and how to set up your space.
Instead of Sisyphus in the classroom, you can be a rock star.
Some technological innovations can make higher education better — just as others can make it worse.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: excused absences, negotiating a later start date, and how grants are paid.
When these courses fail, it’s often for the same reasons that the face-to-face version do.
But it’s really all of us who can’t stop looking at our phones. The solution is to find useful ways to allow them in the classroom.
Three shortcuts to help you manage your faculty job hunt.
Different professors like different systems for grading papers; here’s one that works well for me.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best Chronicle conversations: Not-so-blind reviewers and backing out of a book contract.