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Community Colleges shifting toward more career and technical education

Matthew Dembicki, CC Daily Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, El Paso Community College (EPCC) in Texas was already shifting from being primarily an academic transfer […]

Digital innovations aimed at enhancing democracy experts predict by 2030

Emily A. Vogels, Lee Raine, Janna Anderson, Pew Research Experts who were canvassed about the relationship between people’s technology use and democracy also expressed serious […]

EdX Advisory Council Calls for Short-Term Credential Programs, Industry-Aligned Curricula

By Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology Learning platform edX recently convened the first (virtual) meeting of its MicroBachelors Program Skills Advisory Council, a group launched in […]

Make Super Simple Videos for Teaching Online

Michael Wesch, EDUCAUSE Review The hard part can be getting the confidence to talk to the camera, but making simple videos for online teaching can […]

Expanding Indian Higher Education

Joyce Lau, Times Higher Education India’s plans to completely overhaul its higher education system and to open it to international branch campuses have been hailed […]

Why the move to online instruction won’t reduce college costs

Steven W. Hemelt and Kevin M. Stange, Brookings Insitution WILL ONLINE INSTRUCTION LOWER COSTS OVER THE SHORT RUN? Based on our analysis, the short answer […]

How learning journals can help students grow

JIANG XUEQIN, Big Think Jiang Xueqin is a China-based educator and writer and researcher at the Global Education Innovation Initiative at Harvard Graduate School of […]

A new neural network could help computers code themselves

Will Douglas, MIT Technology Review The tool spots similarities between programs to help programmers write faster and more efficient software. Intel’s Jutin Gottschlich and his colleagues […]

K-12 Hybrid Learning And Why District IT Teams Must Take A Cloud-First Approach

When K-12 schools closed their buildings at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, IT departments’ cybersecurity plans were flipped inside out. Districts went from monitoring […]

Woz U, With Newfound Federal Support, Continues to Educate

“Woz U isn’t a school,” said company CEO Jacob Mayhew on more than one occasion during a video conference interview. But it has continued to […]

Each for Equal – International Women’s Day 2020

It Is generally accepted that we have underestimated the challenges associated with achieving equality in the corporate world when it comes to attributes of gender, […]

Coronavirus Pandemic! Inclusion to the Rescue?

The outbreak of Coronavirus is now officially a pandemic; it has spread across the globe. Italy is in total lockdown; in Iran political leaders have […]

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