July 2, 2013
Fourteen presidents from diverse institutions to explore the potential of new educational technologies to help address attainment gaps.
A top 10 list of smaller but significant things that a campus can do to make sure its facilities maximize efficiency and minimize environmental impacts.
Budget and Appropriations
July 1, 2013
Even before the Great Recession and the resulting economic slowdown brought college and university finances to precarious levels, institution leaders have been creative in leveraging campus assets to help save their campus money or boost its...
Law and the Courts
June 7, 2013
ACE has submitted a brief in the case Authors Guild v. HathiTrust Digital Library, in which the Authors Guild is charging that the digital repository is violating copyright by making some of its members’ work freely available.
Credit for Prior Learning
November 13, 2012
ACE has announced a wide-ranging research and evaluation effort that will examine the academic potential of massive open online courses (MOOCs).
December 21, 2010
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today approved new regulations that would strengthen the concept of “net neutrality” by preventing Internet service providers from blocking or slowing the delivery of services or content from rival...
A discussion of internet issues as well as strategies colleges and universities may consider when contemplating how to deal with social media on their campuses.
Has the nation reached another Sputnik-era crossroads? Genshaft asserts that it has, and this time, it's the challenge to create sustainable practices, technologies, and systems that must be met before it's too late.
A series of “Quick Hit” papers: briefs on current and emerging topics in the realm of education attainment and innovation.
The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), in cooperation with ACE, will present a workshop in November on Academic Sponsored Research and Technology Transfer and Development.