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As many colleges continue to embrace hybrid learning, a reliable cloud infrastructure is imperative to ensure students are getting best-in-class learning opportunities, regardless of their physical location. The post What community colleges can gain by moving to the cloud appeared first on eCampus News.
Emory University's Goizueta Business School and virtual reality (VR) communication company Moth&Flame VR have partnered to develop a VR training library for students and professionals to work on team-building skills.
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has signed an MOU with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to strengthen their research collaborations and establish a program for undergraduate research and education. Here, CT asks UTRGV Senior Vice President for Research Can (John) Saygin how the MOU will be carried out and what its impact may be.
How to teach with AI tools in ways that meet faculty concerns about ethics and equity.By Flower Darby How to teach with AI tools in ways that meet faculty concerns about ethics and equity.
Gen Z is charting a new course for the Future of Work with a strong emphasis on defining their careers in line with their passions and aspirations. The post Gen Z is redefining the Future of Work appeared first on eCampus News.
The data explosion of the past decade has ushered in another era of innovation, as evidenced by the rapid popularity of ChatGPT, a generative AI tool that recently took the world by storm. The post How higher ed can get the most out of advanced analytics appeared first on eCampus News.
A recent nationwide poll by state-based education funding company Odyssey showed that a majority (73%) of parents want access to publicly funded, state-based K–12 education programs. These include Education Savings Accounts (ESAs), microgrants, and other funding.
Los Angeles-based ed tech company Numerade has announced it will give a free one-year subscription to the Numerade Plus AI-powered learning platform to all Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) K–12 students and teachers as a way of giving back to the community.
Stanford University is launching a new advanced program within its Stanford Online High School, called Stanford Pre-Collegiate University-Level Online Immersive. Its first "Immersive" online course for high school students will be a course based on a curriculum for first-year Stanford students, Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra.