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Scribbles Software Launches ScribForward to Help Colleges and Universities Manage Student Application Documents
Charlotte, North Carolina – Scribbles Software, a leading provider of K-12 records and enrollment software, has expanded to higher education ... Read more The post Scribbles Software Launches ScribForward to Help Colleges and Universities Manage Student Application Documents appeared first on eCampus News.
Grousing about the boss is a competitive sport in some workplaces. Complaining is easy, but corrosive to workplace morale, project outcomes, and employee longevity. The post Cultivating a workplace culture of gratitude appeared first on eCampus News.
AAC&U Kicks Off Digital Equity Institute with 19 Higher Education Institution and Organization Members
The American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) has selected 19 higher education institutions and organizations to participate in launching the Institute on Digital Equity. The new members will spend seven months developing and implementing the institute's initiatives to promote digital equity on their campuses and in their communities, regions, and states.
ECMC Foundation Announces Nationwide Funding Strategy to Address Basic Needs Challenges among College Students
LOS ANGELES — ECMC Foundation, a national postsecondary education funder, today announced a multi-year grantmaking commitment and a new strategy ... Read more The post ECMC Foundation Announces Nationwide Funding Strategy to Address Basic Needs Challenges among College Students appeared first on eCampus News.
Crunch the numbers: The latest edtech data on AI tools, international students, and online learning perceptions
The latest and greatest survey results compiled by Anthology, U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the Institute of International Education (IIE), and Champlain College. The post Crunch the numbers: The latest edtech data on AI tools, international students, and online learning perceptions appeared first on eCampus News.
Social studies course creator Certell has updated its free digital curriculum and platform with the integration of an "American Principles" course as part of its Poptential library. The company has also added Pop! exercises and the Engauge dashboard to help teachers with their workload.
IXL Learning has developed a series of print edition Ultimate Math Workbooks for middle school grades, which address math skills and topics, from multi-digit division to geometry and the Pythagorean Theorem, and more.
For its 2024 Swift Student Challenge, opening in February, Apple has announced it will add a special category called 50 Distinguished Winners, who will be named for outstanding submissions.
The 2023 Post-Graduation Readiness Gender Report spotlights gender disparities in college and career readiness and is the second part of a national survey from YouScience. The post New report reveals persistent gender disparities in college, career readiness appeared first on eCampus News.
Textbook and courseware company Pearson and job recruiting company Forage have announced a partnership to incorporate job simulations into Pearson's MyLab platform and Pearson+.
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