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07/27/2020
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Remembering Candice Dodson

Candice Dodson, executive director of the State Educational Technology Directors Association, has passed on, but her work as an educator and advocate for technology will last, her friends and colleagues are saying on Twitter. In working with state and national leaders, Dodson is remembered for using her role at SETDA to help improve access to educational resources at schools across the country. “She was a powerhouse national #edtech leader, a full-throated advocate for children & walked the walk of her work in a positive, inclusive way that will never be forgotten,” Joseph South, one of her peers, wrote. Read Betsy Foresman's story.


A Message From AWS Educate

With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.


Rural community colleges + new learning programs

To improve education in rural communities, the nonprofit Education Design Lab launched a new initiative last week to identify challenges facing community colleges and implement new learning programs. Hoped to increase education opportunities for students and strengthen the workforce of rural communities, the initiative, called Building Rural Innovation, Designing Educational Strategies, or BRIDGES, will see the Education Design Lab partner with five rural community colleges to identify, design and implement new pathways to postsecondary education for students in rural communities.   Betsy has the details.


For good cyber, watch your users

The key to improving an institution’s cybersecurity posture during the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t about loading up on new tools, but managing users’ workflows and ensuring they continue to be reminded about security best practices, Aaron Baillio, the chief information security officer for the University of Oklahoma, told Scoop News Group in a recent video interview. Watch the interview.


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