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A new home for latitude(s)

latitude(s)
Readers, here’s what you need to know.

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Photo by Robinson Greig
Photo by Robinson Greig
Some exciting news: Beginning next week, latitude(s) will have a new home, as The Chronicle of Higher Education’s official global newsletter.
I began latitude(s) three years ago as a passion project. My goal to was to not just bring readers the headlines or the news-of-the-day, but to tell you what matters in international education and, critically, why it matters — to you, your students, your institution, to the field. The partnership with the Chronicle will allow me to keep doing that, free of charge to you.
Here’s what you need to know:
  • To keep receiving latitude(s), I need you to click this link.  For those of you who already have a Chronicle account, you simply need to agree to start subscribing to latitude(s). If you don’t have one, setting up an account is free and easy.
  • You do not need to be a paid Chronicle subscriber to get the newsletter.
  • Editorially, nothing will change. I’ll continue to bring you updates from all over the globe, to give you context and behind-the-scenes insight, and to foster a community committed to international education.
  • But latitude(s) will shift to a Wednesday publication. The first issue will come via the Chronicle next Wednesday, March 9. So please sign up now to make sure you don’t miss an issue!
Have questions, comments, concerns? As always, you can send me an email at latitudesnews@gmail.com.
See you on Wednesday! And sign up! —Karin
 
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