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The National Science Board, the National Science Foundation's policy arm, has released an interactive infographic that explores 25 years of science, engineering and health doctoral pathways.
In mid-March President Trump released the White House’s budget proposal for 2018, which seeks to cut both science and health while increasing military budget. Congress has final say on this [...] The post Trump Administration Suggests Education Budget Cuts for 2018 appeared first on EdTech Times.
The issue was detected by Chris Vickery, a well known white-hat computer security researcher with MacKeeper who discovered a file configuration error that left the student and staff data vulnerable to cyber threats.
Despite plenty of media attention and hype, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are technologies still on the outskirts in American classrooms, according to a recent survey by the nonprofit organization Project Tomorrow. Only five percent of teachers said they are using AR or VR in their classrooms, Project Tomorrow found in its annual Speak Up survey of more than 510,000 K–12 students, parents and educators.
President Donald Trump has selected Holly Luong Ham, a former executive for HP Inc., to serve as assistant secretary for management at the United States Department of Education (ED).
Pearson is offering textbook rentals at up to 1,500 independent campus bookstores through a new deal with indiCo — the first partnership that allows on-campus bookstores to participate in the textbook company's recently announced rental program.
A website from the Urban Institute looks at what paying for college actually means.
By Amy BurroughsArtificial intelligence expert Joseph Qualls believes AI can solve some of the biggest challenges facing higher education — and the change is already underway.
Digital learning opportunities are widely available and abundant today. From MOOCs to digital study aids to virtual tutoring, there are many ways for students to hone their academic skills while still maintaining flexibility in their schedules. An added bonus? They can often do this from the comfort and convenience of their own computer, smartphone, or other electronic device. The post 3 ways new-to-online students can thrive with virtual learning appeared
Technology can block social engineering scams, and awareness in higher ed adds a deeper level of protectionAuthor: Sherrie NegreaPhishing is just one type of “social engineering”—the criminal act of manipulating people to surrender confidential information. In the past five years, it’s become a constant threat, and many college leaders see it as the No. 1 cybercrime they face.
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