'EnTribe' CEO says universities want 'authentic' community engagement

Within 45 days, agencies must appoint a software manager to oversee license and agreement inventories, and begin reporting progress in their license management by Nov. 30.

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by Emily Bamforth • 6 days ago

Administrators said "Gwen" can answer questions, tell jokes and use emojis to get encourage students to re-enroll.

by Emily Bamforth • 2 weeks ago

The platform's founder said he hopes the new "Award Builder" tool will help reduce student debt.

by Emily Bamforth • 2 weeks ago

Instead of designing seating charts or sign-in sheets, the institution is encouraging students to scan codes that feed information to the health services department.

by Emily Bamforth • 4 weeks ago

Mac, a four-legged autonomous robot, takes pictures and laser scans to map out the inside of buildings, showcasing how robots can advance building engineering, a professor told EdScoop.

by Emily Bamforth • 4 weeks ago

Intel said it plans to expand the "AI for Workforce" program to 18 community colleges this year and an additional 50 colleges next year.

by Emily Bamforth • 1 month ago

Soil-monitoring drones, senior-health monitoring and VR in classrooms are among the uses proposed by the university.

by Emily Bamforth • 1 month ago

Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno saw a growing number of instructors adopt Packback, which suggests how to improve online discussion posts based on machine learning.

by Emily Bamforth • 1 month ago

An AI-powered tool called "Julian" allows students at the online college to check their progress on demand, and does some of the work in creating assessments.

by Emily Bamforth • 2 months ago

Eleven institutions are to receive $20 million over five years as they seek to accelerate AI research and applications across a range of uses.

by Emily Bamforth • 2 months ago

Instead of scanning individual department pages for minimum technology requirements, students can now answer a survey to receive guidelines.

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