UTO is always reading up on transfer best practices, strategies and initiatives. We will share resources submitted to us via our Monthly Issue Brief. If you have read a great article on transfer and would like to share it with us, please review the guidelines for submitting an article and the general disclaimer.
The views and opinions reflected in the articles featured are those of the author(s) and do not represent the views of the Office of the Executive Vice President for University Academic Affairs, the University Transfer Office, or Indiana University.
If you have further questions regarding the general disclaimer or guidelines, please contact us.
- The article shouldn't be more than 5 years old.
- The article should be from a reliable and credible source. (Preferably from a higher education chronicle or journal).
- The article’s content should be appropriate and related to transfer in some capacity.
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Education Technology, Services, and Research (EAB) produced a great article discussing techniques to increase the amount of community college transfer students coming into four-year institutions by reducing enrollment barriers.
The Council for Adult and Experience Learning and Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education published a research report on the benefits prior learning credit have for adult students.
The Education Design Lab took on a two-year challenge in partnership with four-year institutions to design seamless transfer pathways. Insights found from this research are described in this report.
This document includes key takeaways from a Chronicle of Higher Education virtual forum (supported by Mediasite) which focus on how institutions are continuing to support and engage students during a pandemic.