More students question college, putting counselors in a fresh quandary [Pappano]

More students question college, putting counselors in a fresh quandary — from hechingerreport.org by Laura Pappano The pandemic has made counselors reflect on how to […]

Autonomous Weapons Are Here, but the World Isn’t Ready for Them [Knight]

Autonomous Weapons Are Here, but the World Isn’t Ready for Them — from wired.com by Will Knight A UN report says a drone, operating without […]

If the vision of the “Web3” comes to fruition, how might these developments impact the future of lifelong learning? [Christian]

The next age of the internet could suck power away from Big Tech while living on the same backbone as cryptocurrencies. Here’s what to know […]

Prisons are training inmates for the next generation of in-demand jobs [Dreilinger]

Prisons are training inmates for the next generation of in-demand jobs — from hechingerreport.org by Danielle Dreilinger Revamping career-tech education in prison with the goal […]

“Why Aren’t Professors Taught to Teach?” [Ofgang] — and what are the growing ramifications of that? [Christian]

Why Aren’t Professors Taught to Teach? — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang Professors are experts in their subject matters but many have limited training in […]

2022 Top 10 IT Issues — from Educause

2022 Top 10 IT Issues   From DSC: Time will tell which institutions have the prerequisite culture of innovation that will help reinvent themselves, stay […]

Without a power of attorney, family or friends of an ill person cannot manage their health or assets.

DC: I hope this is being covered now in H.S.; + get one setup early. “A power of attorney is a legal document authorizing a […]

A special report from Educause Review on Digital Transformation

Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs [Morgan]

Why inexperienced workers can’t get entry-level jobs — from bbc.com by Kate Morgan; with thanks to Ryan Craig for this resource Excerpt: As anyone who’s […]

Education and Justice Departments Warn of Covid’s ‘Profound Toll’ on Student Mental Health [Brown]

Education and Justice Departments Warn of Covid’s ‘Profound Toll’ on Student Mental Health — from chronicle.com by Sarah Brown Excerpt: As the pandemic drags on past […]

AI+ alumni + real-world practitioners + accreditation agencies = outcomes for next year [Christian]

   

National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2021

National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2021 — from dol.gov Excerpt: The theme for NDEAM 2021, “America’s Recovery: Powered by Inclusion,” reflects the importance of ensuring that […]

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