Women in Tech: A Complete Guide [Niles]

Women in Tech: A Complete Guide — from techguide.org by Vasilia Niles Excerpt: This guide is all about how to get more women in tech. First, […]

For Native Americans, Unequal Child Care Funding Leaves Tribes in Need [Tamez-Robledo]

For Native Americans, Unequal Child Care Funding Leaves Tribes in Need — from edsurge.com by Nadia Tamez-Robledo Excerpt: Native communities are in desperate need of quality […]

America’s Lawyerless Courts [Carpenter, Shanahan, Steinberg, & Mark]

America’s Lawyerless Courts — from americanbar.org by Anna E. Carpenter, Colleen F. Shanahan, Jessica K. Steinberg, and Alyx Mark Excerpt: Our research reveals an unavoidable […]

“Check Your Privilege In This Thought-Provoking VR Experience” [Melnick] + another XR-related item

Check Your Privilege In This Thought-Provoking VR Experience — from vrscout.com by Kyle Melnick This AR Drum App Could Revolutionize Music Learning — from vrscout.com […]

Second Chance Pell helps deliver degrees to over 9,000 incarcerated students [Spitalniak]

Second Chance Pell helps deliver degrees to over 9,000 incarcerated students — from highereddive.com by Laura Spitalniak Excerpts: “Some programs may start as a real […]

The Future of Education | By Futurist Gerd Leonhard | A Video for EduCanada

The Future of Education | By Futurist Gerd Leonhard | A Video for EduCanada — from futuristgerd.com Per Gerd: Recently, I was invited by the […]

Changing the narrative on degree requirements [Fain]

Changing the narrative on degree requirements — from workshift.opencampusmedia.org by Paul Fain; with thanks to Ryan Craig (I believe) for this resource An ad campaign […]

Four items re: Extended Reality (XR)

SXSW EDU Launch Winner Our Worlds Bringing Native American Culture to Life Through Mobile-Based Immersive Reality — from the74million.org by Tim Newcomb Excerpt: Take a […]

“AI research is a dumpster fire and Google’s holding the matches” [Greene] + two other items re: AI

AI research is a dumpster fire and Google’s holding the matches — from thenextweb.com by Tristan Greene Scientific endeavor is no match for corporate greed […]

A Turning Point for Prison Education [Swaak]

A Turning Point for Prison Education — from chronicle.com by Taylor Swaak With reinstatement of Pell Grants imminent, the programs weigh technology’s long-term role. Excerpts: […]

China is about to regulate AI—and the world is watching [Conrad]

China is about to regulate AI—and the world is watching — from wired.com by Jennifer Conrad Sweeping rules will cover algorithms that set prices, control […]

DC: This isn’t right; let’s fix this situation: “The internet is a lifeline for students on far-flung tribal campuses. Too often, they’re priced out of learning.” [Mangan]

From DSC: There are many things that are not right here — especially historically speaking. But this is one WE who are currently living can […]

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