Some articles that caught our eyes this week regarding higher education:
ProfHacker talks about getting students to write for more than an audience of [n]one.
Inside Higher Ed realizes that "zombies are a good way to get people's attentions" in academic publishing.
Princeton goes open access, stops staff from handing all copyright to journals.
CollegeBound reflects on a report that finds that part-time college students rarely graduate.
And finally, Historiann wonders about college vs. "the real world."
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