Drawing on Ancient Arts and New Technology, Husson U. Launches Degree in Extended Reality [Koenig]

Drawing on Ancient Arts and New Technology, Husson U. Launches Degree in Extended Reality — from edsurge.com by Rebecca Koenig Excerpt: The origins of the experience […]

Drawing on Ancient Arts and New Technology, Husson U. Launches Degree in Extended Reality [Koenig]

Drawing on Ancient Arts and New Technology, Husson U. Launches Degree in Extended Reality — from edsurge.com by Rebecca Koenig Excerpt: The origins of the experience […]

It’s like Netflix for education: UND considers subscription tuition model [Mook]

It’s like Netflix for education: UND considers subscription tuition model — from grandforksherald.com by Sydney Mook; with thanks to Ray Schroeder for this resource out […]

Several items – both good & bad – re: AI. Including “NYPD’s Sprawling Facial Recognition System Now Has More Than 15,000 Cameras” [Feathers]

From DSC: Again, as you can see from the items below…there are various plusses and minuses regarding the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Some of […]

June 2021: Rethinking Lawyer Regulation [Sandman]

June 2021: Rethinking Lawyer Regulation — by Jim Sandman Excerpts: The National Center for State Courts estimates that in 76 percent of civil cases in […]

16 BigLaw firms have no Black partners, including firm ranked No. 1 for diversity [Cassens Weiss]

16 BigLaw firms have no Black partners, including firm ranked No. 1 for diversity — from abajournal.com by Debra Cassens Weiss Excerpt: Many law firms […]

21 jobs of the future: A guide to getting — and staying — employed over the next 10 years [cognizant.com]

21 jobs of the future: A guide to getting — and staying — employed over the next 10 years — from cognizant.com and  the Center […]

7 items re: AI — both the pros and the cons…the good as well as the bad.

Microsoft President Warns of Orwell’s 1984 ‘Coming to Pass’ in 2024 — from interestingengineering.com by Chris Young Microsoft’s Brad Smith warned we may be caught […]

2021 Grad’s Guide to Getting Hired: Top jobs, cities and industries to get your start [LinkedIn]

2021 Grad’s Guide to Getting Hired: Top jobs, cities and industries to get your start — from linkedin.com Excerpt: “Congratulations, graduate!” Whether the message is […]

“The report identifies 967,734 unique credentials in the U.S.” + “NLET Releases ‘Newest Economy’ Paper”

Counting U.S. Postsecondary and Secondary Credentials — from Credential Engine; with thanks to Will Richardson  for this resource February 2021 Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Learners, educators […]

Zoom in on interview success [JPMorgan Chase & Co.]

Zoom in on interview success — from JPMorgan Chase & Co.; with thanks to Scott Christian out on LinkedIn for this resource Our hiring managers […]

States and School Systems Can Act Now to Dismantle Silos Between High School, College, and Career [Heyward, McCann, & Gross]

States and School Systems Can Act Now to Dismantle Silos Between High School, College, and Career — from crpe.org by Georgia Heyward, Sarah McCann, & […]

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