"online education"

Infosec in higher ed is about more than keeping secrets

by Joanna Grama • 2 days ago

Commentary: Confidentiality gets all the press, but consultant Joanna Grama says availability and integrity are just as important.

CoSN, EdScoop open nominations for next gen edtech leaders program

by EdScoop Staff • 4 days ago

Now in its fourth year, the program recognizes emerging leaders in the edtech realm who are passionate about K-12 technology.

How Georgia built a statewide K-12 model for professional learning

by EdScoop Staff • 5 days ago

Commentary: Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, tells the story of how a small team built a big online network.

Group of 650 schools partners with College Consortium for online course-sharing

by Ryan Johnston • 1 week ago

Many small, independent colleges will now have access to a wider variety of courses at discounted prices.

Digital literacy the aim of Charlotte schools' 'Civic Tech Experience'

by Ryan Johnston • 3 weeks ago

With $1 million from the Knight Foundation, the county intends to lose its status as one of the worst places in the U.S. for economic mobility.

Cryptocurrency mining continues on university campuses

by Corinne Lestch • 3 weeks ago

University of Michigan CIO Ravi Pendse says the illegal activity can disrupt computer systems and amounts to theft of university resources.

Driving district master schedules by putting students first

by Colin Wood • 4 weeks ago

Commentary: Eileen Belastock of Mount Greylock Regional School District warns not to position students as an afterthought in scheduling.

Brooklyn school students boycott self-directed learning program

by Ryan Johnston • 1 month ago

High-school students staged a walk-out after the self-directed Summit Learning program left both students and teachers "lost."

Google's machine-learning boot camp targets workforce gap

by Betsy Foresman • 1 month ago

A computer science initiative addressing workforce shortages will be piloted at Mills College in Oakland this February and other schools next summer.

How data can drive 'women in tech' policies for higher ed

by Angela Galik • 1 month ago

Commentary: Careful surveying and data analysis can confirm hunches about female student retention or disprove others, says NCWIT's Angela Galik.

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