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11/08/2021
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A for-profit fashion college will give students hands-on experience with supply-chain software

The California-based Fashion Institute of Design and Marketing, a for-profit college, announced last week it’s expanding its partnership with a supply-chain software company, preparing its students for using industry-specific technology after graduation. The institute is incorporating Logility, software used for supply-chain management, into its curriculum to give students hands-on experience using technology used in the fashion industry. The new part of the curriculum will offer training on how to use technology to track how much it costs to create a given product, ensure quality and manage shipping, Logility executive Mark Burstein told EdScoop. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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University board members should stay aware of cyber threats, association says

Higher education governing boards should stay appraised of rising cybersecurity threats and fund efforts to address them, according to guidance published last week by a leading professional organization. Governing boards are typically in charge of approving budgets and staffing, so board members — known as trustees, regents, governors or other titles depending on the state or institution — need to see cybersecurity as a crucial business matter, Merrill Schwartz, a senior vice president for the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, told EdScoop. Emily has it.


Miami Dade College switches to Canvas for new learning management system

Miami Dade College, which serves more than 120,000 students, last week announced it’s selected Instructure’s Canvas as its new learning management system. In a press release, the company points to the platform’s ability to support a “diverse student population with a fully mobile and accessible solution” as a key feature of the upgrade. The college reportedly serves students from 167 nations, speaking 63 languages. Check out the full story on EdScoop.


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