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Google has introduced a revamped version of the Socratic app to help students complete their homework.
Google is launching a revamped version of the Socratic app to help high school and college students complete their homework.
College Help Desks Use Modern Tech Solutions to Enhance Services eli.zimmerman_9856 Tue, 08/20/2019 - 13:11 Providing help desk support is crucial to ensure students, faculty and staff have consistent network access and other capabilities — but it can be a time-consuming endeavor. This can pose a challenge, particularly for smaller IT teams. Insufficient staff resources are, in fact, the biggest obstacle to effectiveness that higher education IT departments face, according
Making videoconferencing available to students who can't attend class in person can improve attendance and student satisfaction, according to a two-year project that took place at Indiana University.
In 2019, smartphone sales worldwide will dip 2.5 percent over last year, according to a forecast from research firm Gartner, with the largest declines expected in Japan, Western Europe and North America.
2019 Dean's List eli.zimmerman_9856 Tue, 08/20/2019 - 11:18 Aug 20 2019
As "nontraditional" students--those who have work or family obligations or who did not enroll in higher education straight from high school--grow in numbers, institutions are finding new and unique ways to meet their needs. Hybrid campuses are one way to support these nontraditional student groups in their quest for higher education. Hybrid campuses typically offer coaching, academic services, and courses designed to meet the gaps in student support that online
This year coding bootcamps are expected to graduate more than 23,000 developers, an overall growth rate of 705 percent since 2013, according to a recent report by Course Report, and an increase of 49 percent over 2018.
The College Board has released some preliminary data on the Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles assessment for 2019. Three years after the launch of the course and its exam, according to the nonprofit, participation has more than doubled. Over the same period, the number of female students and students of color tackling AP CSP also more than doubled.
Upcoming events include SANS Network Security 2019, the 2019 C.C.U.M.C. Annual Conference, and Educause Annual Conference 2019.