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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 Scott Jaschik
    Johns Hopkins University has announced a $100 million gift for School of Advanced International Studies campus in Bologna, Italy. The gift is from James and Morag Anderson. The funds will be used, among other things, for faculty expansion, financial aid and facilities. A video about the gift may be found here. Editorial Tags: Live UpdatesIs this diversity […]
  • by Scott Jaschik
    A new study examines which college towns are the best places for students on a budget, The New York Times reported. The study, by, a scholarship and grant search engine, compared 100 cities in three categories: “affordability” awarded points for lower median rent, general cost of living and average cost of college tuition; “demographics” […]
  • by Josh Moody
    The latest outlook from Fitch Ratings indicates “more operating woes” are ahead for U.S. colleges and universities. The agency described the sector outlook for higher education as “deteriorating,” due to rising costs and wages combined with sluggish enrollment. The report, released Thursday, noted that while first-year and international enrollment is trending up for the 2022–23 […]
  • by Doug Lederman
    Today on the Academic Minute: Robert Nordon, associate professor in the graduate school of biomedical engineering at the University of New South Wales, explains how a new way of producing stem cells may ease political disagreement over their use. Learn more about the Academic Minute here. Is this diversity newsletter?: Hide by line?: Disable left side advertisement?: Is […]
  • by Susan H. Greenberg
    Boston College will ban the use of electronic transportation devices such as e-scooters and hoverboards on campus beginning Dec. 22, The Boston Globe reported. Administrators cited concerns about the “health and personal safety of riders, pedestrians, and building occupants” in an email to the community announcing the ban. “Many faculty, staff, and students have reported near-collisions […]
  • by Scott Jaschik
    A man has been charged with intentionally hitting a former co-worker with his car and killing him, the Los Angeles Times reported. The victim was Rafael Barragan Jr., a tram driver at Mt. San Antonio College, a community college in California. The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office charged James Milliken, who was also a […]
  • by M. Brett Wilson
    A mantra of academic advice columns is that you need to talk yourself up in a competitive job market, but let’s be honest: things have gotten way out of hand, writes M. Brett Wilson.Editorial Tags: Career AdviceShow on Jobs site: Image Source: z_wei/istock/getty images plusImage Size: Thumbnail-horizontalIs this diversity newsletter?: Is this Career Advice newsletter?: Disable left side advertisement?: Trending: Live Updates: liveupdates0Most Popular: 3In-Article […]
  • by Matt Reed
    Blog: Confessions of a Community College DeanThanks to the readers who wrote in response to the post about sudden blasts of clarity. A few highlights: “Finding and learning about comparable dynamics in a totally different field” is a way to generate breakthroughs. Yes. Say what you will about the internet, but it has made reading across […]
  • by Doug Lederman
    Stem cell research can be politically divisive. In today’s Academic Minute, the University of New South Wales’s Robert Nordon says a new way of making the cells may calm debate. Nordon is an associate professor in the graduate school of biomedical engineering at New South Wales, in Australia. A transcript of this podcast can be […]
  • by Sara Weissman
    Image: Campus leaders at Vassar College are on a mission to bring community college students to liberal arts institutions. They announced plans this fall to help 30 liberal arts colleges explore how to start programs modeled after Exploring Transfer, a 35-year-old summer bridge program for community college students at Vassar. Administrators will also expand access and […]
  • by Christopher Pappas
    These workplace training experts show us how to personalize L&D, reduce employee turnover, and maximize eLearning ROI. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Alexander Torbet
    Adaptive learning is a powerful tool to enhance both teaching and learning, but depends on strong digital learning solutions. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Katarzyna Kowalik
    Headless technology, the same that has recently conquered the eCommerce industry, has now set its sights upon the eLearning sector. Although still a novelty, there are already a few providers, both old and new, that offer a headless LMS. How are they different and how to pick the right one? This post was first published […]
  • by Craig Basford
    Your eLearning analytics offer a wealth of information about learners that you can use to your advantage. Discover the critical metrics you need to track now. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Dr. Marina Theodotou
    Technological changes are taking place at an exponential pace, with new technologies such as the metaverse, AI, and quantum computing continuously maturing faster and faster. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Hector Simoudis
    Employee disengagement costs companies millions of dollars. So, how to engage employees with training and development? Start by creating a training program they actually need. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Sharin Chadid
    This article highlights the benefits of working in eLearning, taking you on a personal journey starting from how I got into eLearning to this point in my experience. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by eLearning Industry Team
    How does eLI forge a path to success with teamwork? Read on to discover why it's important to enhance teamwork in the workplace. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Christopher Pappas
    Download this employee training program checklist to identify gaps and create a plan of action to maximize ROI. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by Heena Soni
    Computer vision technology in education has emerged as one of the top emerging technologies helping schools, colleges, and other educational institutions to improve education systems, increase safety and security, and so on. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    Today, the U.S. Department of Education issued the following statement: “Parental rights and voices matter. That’s a clear and consistent message we hear from education stakeholders throughout our nation, whether they’re parents themselves, students or educators, or partners in government or the private sector. ”We all share a vital concern for the future of our […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    This month, as we’re thinking about gratitude, I’m reflecting on the tremendous impact that educators have had on my life. I would not be where I am today without the many teachers, counselors, librarians, and mentors that have lifted me up, and, now as an educator and mentor myself, I hope to pass that encouragement […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    “Red, Green, Black, and Blue.  My Tribe is my Crew.  We are O-C-C-O-Q-U-A-N!  My school is the perfect 10…at The ‘O’!”  These are words from one of the cheers we recite when we welcome new students to our school. At Occoquan Elementary School in Woodbridge, Virginia, we have a House System that fosters our sense […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    By: Verónica Gutiérrez, MBA’22, Dominican University, River Forest IL and Marcela Reales Visbal, Activity Director for Title V, Part B – Promoting Post-Baccalaureate Opportunities for Hispanic Americans, Dominican University, River Forest IL “I had never heard of the term HSI until I came to Dominican University”, said Verónica Gutiérrez, a first-generation Latina who grew up […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    Students look to their college as a trusted source of information as they determine how to pay for tuition, housing, books, and other basic needs. In today’s environment, students are facing additional financial challenges coinciding with the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, rising interest rates, and inflation. Each year, millions of students look to their […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    Recent natural disasters have significantly impacted communities and their education institutions. Since 2017, there have been over 300 presidentially declared major disasters across all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Outlying Areas. The U.S. Department of Education (ED) closely follows the impacts of natural disasters on students, educators, staff, families, and others. Schools are a […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    Los recientes desastres naturales han impactado significativamente a las comunidades y sus instituciones educativas. Desde 2017, ha habido más de 300 desastres importantes declarados por el presidente en los 50 estados, Puerto Rico y las áreas periféricas de EE. UU. El Departamento de Educación de EE. UU. (ED) sigue de cerca los impactos de los […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    PROTECT YOURSELF FROM SCAMS INVOLVING STUDENT LOAN DEBT RELIEF YOU ARE YOUR BEST PROTECTION AGAINST SCAMMERS DON’T pay anyone who contacts you with promises of debt relief or loan forgiveness. YOU DO NOT NEED TO PAY ANYONE TO OBTAIN DEBT RELIEF. The application will be free and easy to use when it opens in October. DON’T […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    By: Lauren Mendoza, Deputy Assistant Secretary for State and Local Outreach, Office of Communication and Outreach Recently, representatives of the Department of Education (ED) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) visited Charlotte and Durham, North Carolina for conversations on partnerships between schools and community-based organizations to implement the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). ACP, which was […]
  • by U.S. Department of Education
    By: Frances W. Hopkins We are now in Year 3 of the Recognizing Inspiring School Employees (RISE) Award, by which the U.S. Department of Education (ED) honors classified school employees. Candidates include individuals who work in schools as: paraprofessionals and in clerical and administrative services, transportation services, food and nutrition services, custodial and maintenance services, […]
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