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Why Companies Should Shift to Mobile Learning | Thoughts - Study Breaks

Study Breaks' Daniel Reed summarizes, The world of work is changing.  Welcome to the future. Photo: Markus Winkler on Unsplash Mobile phones are a part […]

Study: People trust the algorithm more than each other | Tech - The Next Web

People are more likely to pick an answer when they believe it was generated by an algorithm, according to Tristan Greene, Author at TNW.  Photo: […]

The Future of Robotics: Collaboration Between Man and Machine | RBR Opinion - Robotics Business Review

Michel Chabroux, Senior Director, Product Management, Wind River says, When IoT technologies, robots and humans interoperate, advanced robotic capabilities are enabled, along with novel applications, […]

They began racing drones. Now these students are using AI to build a fleet of them | Research - News@Northeastern

A mother ship dispatching a half-dozen drones on a search-and-rescue mission is the vision of engineers Noah Ossanna and John Buczek, explains Ian Thomsen, Writer […]

Standardized tests aren’t the problem, it’s how we use them

Andre M. Perry, Brookings Education Secretary Miguel Cardona is refusing to back down on a federal requirement that states must administer standardized tests this year, […]

Finally, an Online Advising Model That Actually Works

Julie Delich, University Business Many advisors who work on campus know a student is struggling before they say a word. After all, the student’s expression […]

Connecting the dots between engagement and learning: Impact of internal states on learning

College of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Science Daily New collaborative research examines how changes in internal states, such as engagement, can affect the learning process […]

The Pandemic Hit the Working Class Hard. The Colleges That Serve Them Are Hurting, Too.

Stephanie Saul, NY Times The community colleges largely serving low-income, Black and Latino students are reeling, and experts worry that inequality in education will increase. Colleges […]

Students of color disproportionately choosing distance learning.

Elizabeth Shockman, Sahan Journal Nationwide, there are similar trends. Close to 80 percent of Asian, 64 percent of Black and Hispanic and 41 percent of […]

Are more college closures ahead?

Natalie Schwartz, HigherEd Dive The spring term spelled the end for at least three liberal arts colleges, which will soon either cease operating or accepting […]

Online Education in a Pandemic: Stress Test or Fortuitous Disruption?

  Kenneth Ronkowitz Lynnette Condro Ronkowitz, Wiley Online Library A number of lessons were learned from the pandemic about online learning. If an online course […]

Nearly Half of Faculty Say Pandemic Changes to Teaching Are Here to Stay

Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology In a recent survey, the majority of faculty (71 percent) reported that their teaching in Fall 2020 was “very different” or […]

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