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05/14/2021
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Online Learning Consortium partners with Panopto

The nonprofit Online Learning Consortium, which offers training to thousands of education professionals around the globe each year, on Thursday announced a partnership with the video software company Panopto to bolster its asynchronous sessions. OLC will use Panopto’s video management software, which records and catalogs video lectures and adds features, like captioning and search functions, to deliver professional development sessions and work for certificates. Panopto is used by many education institutions, including 9 out of 10 of U.S. News & World Report’s top-ranked universities. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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Steve Harris joins Ellucian after 23 years at Dell Technologies

Steve Harris, a top executive at Dell Technologies, is leaving the company to join the educational technology firm Ellucian as its chief revenue officer. Harris will join Ellucian after more than 20 years at Dell Technologies, most recently as its senior vice president and general manager of public sector, where he oversaw the company’s portfolio of solutions, systems and software products in use across the U.S. federal government, state and local agencies, higher education institutions, K-12 districts and health care systems. When he starts in his new role on May 21, Harris will lead Ellucian’s revenue generation, reporting directly to Ellucian’s chief executive, Laura Ipsen. Jake Williams has more.


Flatiron School prepares for a hybrid workforce

Flatiron School, which claims to be the oldest operating coding bootcamp, announced this week it’s redesigning its courses and lectures for a future in which companies increasingly allow their employees to work from the office or remotely. The school is mirroring tech companies like Salesforce and Google, which are adopting hybrid policies in which employees can do work in-person or remotely. That’s different from how higher education institutions are approaching their returns to campus, where leaders are only truly considering hybrid work in terms of staff, not students, CEO Adam Enbar told EdScoop. Emily has the story.


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