Keeping Employees Safe & Satisfied: Keys to Training in the Packaging Industry

The packaging industry has faced increasing scrutiny in recent years as it has had to adjust to ever-changing compliance regulations, integrate new technologies, and adapt […]

Behind the Campaign to Ban Facial Recognition Technology on Campus

Facial recognition technology is still in its infancy. But its uses throughout American life and education institutions have been growing at an accelerating rate in […]

Wiley Debuts Knewton Calculus Offering, First Update Since Acquisition

John Wiley and Sons, known commonly as Wiley, announced a new product launch on January 15. Knewton Alta Calculus will bring the company’s platform and […]

Do humour and learning mix well?

Learning requires effort, and this is a serious activity. On top of this, the figure of the teacher, who carries a certain authority, has always […]

To Centralize or Localize? Solving the L&D Locus Issue

One of the many trade-offs in L&D is whether to have instructional design (ID) centralized or localized. Sure, it can be outsourced, but you’re better […]

ProctorU and Yardstick Assessment Strategies Agree to Merge to Form New Digital Proctor Powerhouse, Meazure Learning, and Raise $30 Million in Growth Round

Two digital testing platforms—ProctorU and Yardstick Assessment Strategies—announced plans to merge on January 14. The new company will be known as Meazure Learning. The new […]

College Board Trends Report: Higher Education Still Pays

Few higher education forecasts—for students or schools—have been sunny lately. On the one hand, tuition and fees have risen sharply in the past thirty years. […]

Transact Debuts Google Pay Mobile Credentials for Android Users

Transact announced on January 7 that it will be offering its campus Mobile Credential for Google Pay to be used with Android devices. The company […]

Start the New Year Right by Focusing on Employees

Happy New Year! Are your learning programs ready for a fresh start or even just a little makeover? The name of the game is driving […]

Amesite, an AI Ed ‘Ecosystem’ Provider, Raises $5.5 Million in Oversubscribed Round

Amesite, an edtech developer based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, announced on January 6 that it had raised $5.5 million in an oversubscribed round. The company […]

Weld North Education to Acquire LearnZillion

Weld North Education announced plans on January 8 to acquire LearnZillion, which taps skilled instructors’ style of teaching common core and standards-aligned subjects to offer, […]

edX Announces Stackable Undergraduate Credit Offering, MicroBachelors

On January 8, edX, the non-profit academic and professional training platform, announced a suite of courses that would allow online students to earn and accumulate […]

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