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  • Transitioning to a low-carbon, climate-resilient future requires significant investment and innovation, and the private sector has a crucial role to play. The United Nations Global Compact — the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative — has launched two hands-on e-learning courses designed to help your company take action now: Course 1: Science-based targets (30 minutes) guides […]
  • By Lea M. Baylis | Corporate Community Engagement Manager On this World Teachers Day I want to take a moment to honor the special place that teachers hold in our communities. Educators have a tremendous influence on the lives of young people, as evidenced by how well we all remember our most (and least) favorite […]
  • Glendale, CA [October 06, 2022] – Ahead of two major UK conferences for test publishers and awarding bodies, PSI is calling for increased equity for test takers and the removal of unnecessary barriers in testing while ensuring the validity and security of both in-person and online testing. The world of high stakes testing has evolved […]
  • Stans, Switzerland – 29 September 2022 – SoftwareONE, a global software and cloud technology solutions provider, and CloudSwyft, the global leader in virtual lab solutions for education, have formed a partnership to deliver scalable cloud-based virtual labs to universities, vocational colleges, K-12 and governments in over 100 countries. With growing pressure on educational institutions to […]
  • Trial at Portuguese University, Initiated by Extreme Networks, Includes 8K Video and Interactive Experiences in Classrooms and for Remote Learning London, UK, September 15th 2022: The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) today announced a successful proof-of-concept trial of Wi-Fi 6E at a major university campus in Europe. The trial showcases the Extreme Networks AP4000 Wi-Fi 6E […]
  • SEVENmile now issues digital graduation certificates that are fraud-proof and instantly verifiable using blockchain technology. Zug, Switzerland – 8th September, 2022 – SEVENmile, an experiential learning program in Australia, that helps high-school students learn real-world skills, today announced a strategic collaboration with Dock Labs to issue digital graduation certificates that are instantly and permanently verifiable […]
  • 7 July 2022 – London, UK – Crossword Cybersecurity Plc (AIM:CCS, “Crossword”, the “Company” or the “Group”), the cybersecurity solutions company focused on cyber strategy and risk, is pleased to announce that its Identiproof verifiable credentials (VC) product has successfully achieved its first milestone at the recently held Jobs for the Future (JFF) Plugfest. The […]
  • Following staff and student feedback, D2L Brightspace was selected to support the University’s ambition for digital innovation and equitable student success LONDON, UK – 8th June, 2022 – D2L, a global learning technology company transforming the way the world learns, today announced that the University of Cape Town (UCT) has partnered with reseller Visions Consulting […]
  • 360Learning is launching in Germany and the wider DACH market to improve learning and development for businesses while tackling rising costs of upskilling German businesses spend around €14.2 billion a year on training fees and learning materials but this archaic, top-down generic approach isn’t serving the needs of modern corporations 360Learning’s platform will enable German […]
  • The initiative launched by Ethan and David Liddiard Group in collaboration with Blancco aims to improve digital inclusion by providing access to devices for Australia’s Indigenous community Australia – May, 10 2022 — Blancco Australasia PTY LTD, the industry standard in data erasure and mobile device diagnostics, today announced it has partnered with Ethan Indigenous […]
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  • by Michael Patrick Rutter
    Blog: Higher Ed GammaNPR just pulled the plug on its once stunningly popular Invisibilia podcast, which explored “the invisible forces that shape human behavior.”  The forces that the broadcast examined were psychological, and included people’s emotions, fantasies, fears, and wishes. Various episodes focused on the power of behavioral scripts and norms, cognitive categorization and distortions, empathy, implicit bias, […]
  • by Scott Jaschik
    University of Arizona president Robert C. Robbins admitted failings in the October murder of a professor, Thomas Meixner, on the campus. “There were systemic issues across our university that should’ve been identified and corrected. I’m angry at myself that I did not do more to prevent this tragedy and most of all I’m angry at […]
  • by Susan H. Greenberg
    Colleges and universities face an “unsustainable” shortfall in deferred capital renewal, according to the 10th State of Facilities in Higher Education report from Gordian, a Building Intelligence Solutions provider. While preliminary data from fiscal 2022 show a 10 percent year-over-year capital investment increase, inflation has greatly expanded the amount of funding necessary to steward existing space, […]
  • by Ryan Quinn
    George Washington University’s third-party investigation has exonerated a diversity course teacher of some Jewish students’ and a pro-Israel group’s accusations of antisemitism, the university announced Monday. StandWithUs filed a complaint in January with the U.S. Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights regarding Lara Sheehi, an assistant professor of clinical psychology and co-author of the book […]
  • by Scott Jaschik
    At nearly 700 colleges and universities and colleges, the rates paid by low-income students increased by larger percentages than the prices paid by their highest-income ones, according to federal data analyzed by the Hechinger Report and published in USA Today. The study is based on what students actually paid, not tuition rates. The net price […]
  • by Jeremy Birnholtz
    A website full of smiling faces is more appealing than a list of faculty members’ names, writes Jeremy Birnholtz, but unrestricted availability of photos poses risks.Job Tags: FACULTY JOBSAd keywords: facultyEditorial Tags: Career AdviceInformation TechnologyShow on Jobs site: Image Source: aelitta/digitalvision vectors/getty imagesImage Size: Thumbnail-horizontalIs this diversity newsletter?: Is this Career Advice newsletter?: Disable left side advertisement?: Trending: Live Updates: liveupdates0Most Popular: 6In-Article Advertisement High: 9In-Article related stories: 12In-Article […]
  • by Matt Reed
    Blog: Confessions of a Community College Dean“In this, the most diverse big city in America, first kisses cross color lines.” —Michelle Wilde Anderson, The Fight to Save the Town How do you interrupt an austerity-driven death spiral? They’re familiar in the U.S. A public agency gets its funding cut. It responds by letting people go and […]
  • by Jessica Blum-Sorensen
    In the age of Google Translate and ChatGPT, one might reasonably ask what the goal of learning foreign languages is. After all, artificial intelligence is more than capable of getting most messages across, typo-free and complete with flawless grammar and punctuation. Why put ourselves and our students through the tedium of verb endings, endless pronouns […]
  • by Katherine Knott
    Image: The first version of what the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid will look like is here, and it’s not the short application many have hoped for. It has 46 questions and runs 21 pages, although many students won’t have to answer all the questions. Still, a combination of technology and legislative changes should lead to […]
  • by Ryan Quinn
    Image: The percentage of nonmedical, “instructional staff” faculty members at public and nonprofit private colleges and universities who work full-time but aren’t on the tenure track has almost tripled since 1987, relatively steadily increasing from 5 percent to 13 percent. That’s according to a new American Association of University Professors analysis of federal data, out today. The report […]
  • by Greg Blackburn
    Education and training can improve engagement, and AI is being used to individualize eLearning training to provide personalized learning experiences and targeted feedback. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Sara Ivanovska
    In this article, you will learn about asynchronous learning, its benefits, and asynchronous activities you should use in your course. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Christopher Pappas
    The Gerlach and Ely design model helps educators to create more meaningful lessons, even if they're working with limited resources and diverse learner needs. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Dr. RK Prasad
    Discover how rapid eLearning for business can help you achieve long-term success and stay competitive in your industry. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Christopher Pappas
    In this guide, I share 7 tips to turn introverted team members into peer coaches, event hosts, and bloggers to tap into the power of knowledge sharing. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Ricci
    AI and VR technology will transform education, offering personalized and immersive learning experiences. However, successful implementation requires consideration of ethical and equity issues, and a focus on human interaction. This article explores the potential impact and necessary steps for success. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Hector Simoudis
    When creating a course, it’s smart to make it ADA-compliant. This will not only help prevent legal issues, but it will also help you attract more diverse learners to the course and boost engagement. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Christopher Pappas
    What is contract learning, and how can it be a useful tool in personalizing learning? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Jyoti Sabharwal
    An immersive experience is one that fully engages the senses and creates the sense of being present in a particular environment. Let's delve deeper. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Christopher Pappas
    The time to return to the workplace is here! Here are 4 variations of the modern workspace that you can implement in your organization. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    The U.S. Department of Education has announced the launch of the Your Place in Space Challenge. This is the first challenge in the CTE Momentum series, an annual challenge series to prepare high school students for rewarding careers and increase access to career and technical education (CTE). The Your Place in Space Challenge invites high […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    The Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education seeks innovative ideas to expand work-based learning opportunities. That is why they launched the Career Z Challenge, a $2.5 million multi-phase federal prize competition.   The Career Z Challenge supports the Biden-Harris Administration’s Raise the Bar: Unlocking Career Success initiative championed by the U.S. Departments […]
  • by Miguel Cardona
    It’s Women’s History Month, and this year’s national theme—Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories—honors women of all ages and backgrounds who shape and share the story of America, while expanding our understanding of the human condition and strengthening our connections with each other and our world.    Over generations and now, every day, women are removing […]
  • by bheavner
    The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964, by executive order of the President, to recognize and honor our nation’s most distinguished graduating high school seniors. Max Aulwes, Alan Mo, and Sreeya Pittala are three of the 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program recipients for excellence in Career and Technical Education (CTE). They took the time […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    By Nasser H. Paydar, Assistant Secretary, Postsecondary Education In September 2021, the Department announced it was conducting a review of regulations related to First Amendment freedoms, including religious freedoms, which impose additional requirements on its higher education institutional grant recipients. The Department’s review of these regulations focused on ensuring several key elements, including First Amendment protections, […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    In 2015, the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program began recognizing outstanding students in the field of Career and Technical Education. The move was designed to highlight innovation within CTE programs and the educators who empower these students. “The opportunities I received through CTE allowed me to realize my full potential and helped me to familiarize myself […]
  • by bheavner
    The Department of Education (Department) is interested in stakeholder input regarding the Senate Committee on Appropriation’s Explanatory Statement for the 2023 Appropriations Bill, which directs the Department regarding Elementary and Secondary Education Act School Safety National Activities funds as follows:    School Infrastructure and Sustainability.—Recognizing the growing challenges high need LEAs face in ensuring that their […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month provides a platform to showcase the Native American Career and Technical Education Program (NACTEP), Native Hawaiian Career and Technical Education Program (NHCTEP) and the Tribally Controlled Postsecondary Career and Technical Institutions Program (TCPCTIP) and their important role in building knowledge and skills in different fields for different communities. The […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    In the U.S., accountability and funding for school curriculum, buildings, and grounds primarily comes from state and local agencies. For this reason, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has limited authorities in the areas of school infrastructure, sustainability, environmental justice, and climate. Nevertheless, ED continues to think creatively about how it can spur action and […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    As a school counselor in the Livingston Union School District, I have seen firsthand the vital role that school counseling positions play in supporting academic achievement, social-emotional development, college and career readiness, and mental health and wellness in our students.  My Superintendent, Andres Zamora, has been a leader in expanding and supporting school counseling positions, recognizing the […]
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