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What do silverware and technology have in common? Both are pointless without people to use them. If anyone understands this, it’s educators, whose efforts and methods are both increasingly shaped by and shapers of the technologies they use to teach students today. It’s also an implicit reality acknowledged in the 2020 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report released earlier this month. Going back just over 15 years, the report is part of the
Colleges and universities everywhere are rushing to move courses online and keep teaching and learning going during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's how to cope with what may feel like an impossible task.
DataCamp for the Classroom offers free access to data science and analytics educators across the globe to all DataCamp content. This includes a growing library of 325+ courses in Python, R, SQL, and other technologies. To date, DataCamp has helped over 200,000 students and teachers from 180 countries build data skills. This delivers on its The post Free computer programming courses appeared first on eCampus News.
It’s no secret that parking seems to be a pain point among college students on several campuses across the United States. According to the New York Times, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has one parking space to every five people, and approximately 65,000 students. The campus plans to add an additional 2,200 parking spaces over the next twenty to forty years, which seems like a long time for a campus and
Turazo, the platform that builds careers through virtual coaching, today announced that in response to the Covid-19 outbreak it has launched free virtual career fair programs leveraging Turazo’s 1-on-1 video coaching sessions as the foundation of a relevant recruiting approach. “Campus recruiting has been turned upside down and students and companies are struggling to navigate The post Online Career Fair Keeps College Recruiting on Track appeared first on eCampus News.
Dell Technologies is providing support to those affected by school closures and the move to distance learning by facilitating online professional learning on Teaching and Learning Remotely, facilitated by Dell’s K-12 and Higher Education Strategy Teams. These webinar sessions are designed to address top of mind issues that teachers, professors, education leaders, and IT professionals The post Online professional learning facilitated by Dell appeared first on eCampus News.
The public cloud can simplify IT environments. But what happens when an enterprise’s cloud environment itself becomes maddeningly complex? As organizations across industries have increased their cloud spending and made the public cloud a more integral part of their operations, a number of inefficiencies have cropped up. The sources of these complications range from poor design to a lack of governance, and these inefficiencies can lead to negative outcomes that
Colleges all over the country are helping out COVID-19 response efforts by producing health equipment with their 3D printers, including face shields and respirator masks.
IT operations might be the farthest thing from your mind in during the coronavirus pandemic, but it's more important than ever to focus on equipment, systems, security and IT support.
A survey of university professors reveals higher-ed tech adoption is one of their biggest sources of stress--a majority say they've experienced anxiety and both personal and professional tension. The survey points to the alarming notion that college and university faculty aren’t ready for technologically savvy students who have never known a world without the internet or smartphones. Related: The secret to edtech adoption? Make it easy Male professors believe they
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