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Preparation for potential threats to student safety needs to be part of ongoing practice and discussion.
Oklahoma State University uses Matrox Monarch H.264 encoders to simplify live streaming of events to Facebook Live & YouTube.
There’s a lot to like about higher education in Nebraska, especially when comparing the 2018 best colleges and universities in Nebraska. Nebraska has some of the lowest tuitions in the United States. Creighton University – This Jesuit-affiliated private school offers nine programs for undergraduates and graduate students, as well as for students seeking professional certification. Students can take advantage of international opportunities for study, during the regular semester or exclusively
3 questions on #highered analytics to great pros to follow: Mandee Englert (@Mandee_Englert), Digital Marketing Analyst – Penn State University
Mandee Englert, Digital Marketing Analyst at Penn State University, is one of the 12 presenters of the 2018 Higher Ed Analytics Conference. In this 3-question interview, Mandee tells us about what’s coming in 2018, the challenges of embracing analytics in higher ed and the best ways to keep learning about data and measurement for higher ed marketers.. 1) What’s coming for higher ed analytics and measurement in 2018? I
Public libraries and school libraries are crucial for teaching digital literacy. Libraries offer much more than books. Today’s libraries are technology hubs where anyone can access and use technology daily. As more technology emerges and the amount of online content grows, libraries are at the forefront of teaching library patron’s digital literacy. Digital literacy extends beyond the classroom walls. Public libraries are essential for teaching digital literacy to the public.
In this multi-part series, I provide a dissection of the phenomenon of retention and social promotion. Also, I describe the many different methods that would improve student instruction in classrooms and eliminate the need for retention and social promotion if combined effectively. While reading this series, periodically ask yourself this question: Why are educators, parents and the American public complicit in a practice that does demonstrable harm to children and the competitive future of
My hometown of Gastonia is a quiet place. Scant traffic. Nice neighbors. Folks still offer you a sweet tea when you visit. By most accounts it’s a sleepy southern town, with roots in textiles and major manufacturers producing Wix air filters and Freightliner trucks. Just what you’d expect from a small town in the South. It’s my idea of heaven, but according to Wikipedia, its biggest claim to fame is
Long before he retired from his daily work, Simeon Booker had earned widespread recognition as a living legend, even from people who only knew him by name or the work he had done. History will note that the range and depth of his work and the countless hours, days, months and years he put into it were matched by few, if any. It was no surprise when colleagues and people
Within days of being appointed president of Florida A&M University, Dr. Larry Robinson has become embroiled in a dispute involving one of his vice presidents, several members of the board of trustees and shocking comments reportedly made into an open mic and broadcast live by the campus radio station. The Tallahassee Democrat reported Sunday that George
Herbert L. English Jr. , dean of student equity and success at Victor Valley College, a participant at the Thomas Lakin Institute, which is a leadership program for aspiring minority community college presidents.