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Older versions of a software program called Banner, operated by Ellucian, had a vulnerability that allowed hackers to infiltrate collegesâ€™ private records.
California State University's Affordable Learning Solutions initiative has partnered with Lumen Learning to make courseware from the open educational resources provider available to faculty and students across the system.
In a recent survey from the AI in Advancement Advisory Council, nearly a third of advancement professionals reported that they're using artificial intelligence in their work or intend to within the next six months, while the remainder have no plans for using AI applications within the year or deploying or researching AI at all.
Iowa's Buena Vista University is launching a new track within one of its online master's degrees that uses Discovery Education's streaming service and teacher professional learning community.
Two organizations, one liberal and the other conservative, have announced a joint project to seek new ideas that will "revolutionize schooling." The deadline for applications is August 1, 2019.
SETDA, the State Educational Technology Directors Association, announced its seventh annual cohort of "emerging private sector partners," start-ups that the organization believes state and district technical education leaders ought to learn more about.
This fall, McGraw-Hill is launching a pilot incorporating on-demand tutoring into its digital courseware.
AI Has Potential to Ease Campus Budget Burdens eli.zimmerman_9856 Thu, 07/18/2019 - 10:00 Campus applications of artificial intelligence may seem to be far in the future. But that’s changing. Colleges across the country are experimenting with AI in a variety of ways. Their successes are encouraging, as is the fact that AI is limited only by our imagination. Emerging technologies invite all of us to be active influencers and participants
The digital transformation is restructuring industries and making organizations more competitive. It encompasses technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, block-chain, and the Internet of Things. The strategic use of these technologies is remaking processes and products. It is easy to see the impact in segments such as retail or communication. What might the digital transformation mean in higher education? Using blockchain for digital diplomas, employing chatbots to respond to
Northern Virginia Community College is working with the U.S. Marine Corps and Amazon Web Services to develop a set of courses focused on data intelligence.
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