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04/03/2020
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Is coronavirus the catalyst higher ed needed for transformation?

On the first episode of the new EdScoop Edition podcast, we chat with the leader of an online university about what the coronavirus pandemic means for the future of higher education. Western Governors University President Scott Pulsipher says that while the pandemic itself was unexpected, it could be the thing that forces big change. Also on the podcast: Indiana University of Pennsylvania CIO Bill Balint talks about how the public university went from 100 or so online courses to more than 1,000 in a 10-day span. Listen to EdScoop's newest podcast here.


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As medical supplies dwindle, universities build ventilators, swabs

As availability of masks, ventilators and other supplies runs low, universities are volunteering their resources to address the needs of medical workers. Betsy Foresman looks at what universities are making.


With the right standards, video games can boost science proficiency

Simulations that integrate Next Generation Science Standards can help students achieve proficiency in the sciences, experts said on a recent webinar. edWeb.net's Michele Israel has the highlights.


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Improve security practices with better data insights

When an organization makes cyberdefense plans, the data they choose to collect and analyze can play a pivotal role in determining the ultimate impact of an attack. That’s why IT executives should consider investing in a platform that’s able to collect, leverage and understand enterprise data, according to a new Splunk report. The report details how modern platform solutions, capable of operating as a “security nerve center,” are better suited than many specialized tools at identifying gaps in network defenses. Read more here.


University of Washington wants to record your coughing sounds

To train a new app to monitor coughs from COVID-19 patients, researchers are asking for volunteers to submit vocal samples to train the software. Betsy has more.


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Brilliant idea, tbh.


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