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Amazon is teaming up with Georgia Tech for a new competition to teach students how to remix music using code through its Amazon Future Engineer program.
Classroom diversity has tremendous benefits for student achievement, and higher-ed institutions are turning to diversity initiatives to help recruit and hire diverse candidates. According to NCES data, 41 percent of all full-time faculty in 2017 were white males; 35 percent were white females; 6 percent were Asian/Pacific Islander males; 5 percent were Asian/Pacific Islander females; and 3 percent each were black males, black females, Hispanic males, and Hispanic females. Related
A multi-year pilot in Maryland that aimed to redesign the curriculum for introductory statistics using adaptive learning technology and active learning pedagogy found a spark of success among students in four-year institutions.
Review: Cisco Meraki MX64 Cloud-Managed Platform Tightens Network Security shailaja.neela… Thu, 11/21/2019 - 13:56 Protecting college students, educators, visitors and other users of a busy campus network can be challenging. With so many people logging in and making use of resources, and so much personal information potentially flowing through the network, modern campuses are tempting targets for hackers and other cybercriminals. Institutions need to protect themselves as least as well
At the University of California, Berkeley, learners can hone their leadership and interpersonal skills through a virtual reality environment designed to help people navigate a global and multicultural workplace.
Australia's University of Canberra is simplifying students' higher education journeys with a holistic approach to constituent relationship management.
China's government has gotten into the MOOC game, setting annual targets for how many high-quality massive open online courses should be produced each year.
As academics, we tend to model our teaching style on the way we were taught. In some courses this works well, but in other courses it may not. Learning how to teach the students we have and not the students we want can be an eye opener. So, were you taught in a large lecture hall with a very smart faculty member lecturing? And did you then go and take
Twenty-two universities, think tanks and advocacy organizations are delving into policy issues around technology and the internet, funded by more than $3.5 million from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
CodePath.org is building up its efforts to deliver an “industry-informed” computer science curriculum at 150 college campuses through a $3 million investment from Cognizant U.S. Foundation, Walmart.org and Microsoft Philanthropies.
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