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University of Florida now offers faculty and staff free AI courses
In a bid to promote AI education, the University of Florida is offering free microcredential courses in AI to its faculty and staff.
More not necessarily better when it comes to implementing edtech
When introducing new technologies, instructors should consider their intended purposes, UNC's Todd Cherner said on the Cutting EDge podcast.
Penn State promotes deputy chief information officer to CIO
The Pennsylvania State University promoted deputy CIO and enterprise systems lead Jennifer Stedelin, one of several recent leadership changes.
Jenzabar releases course marketplace designed to 'unbundle' higher ed
The administrative software publisher said a new course marketplace is part of a broader effort to make education accessible to more students.
New Carnegie Mellon cert readies students for data analytics in government
Carnegie Mellon University developed a new data analytics certification program designed for those working in all levels of government.
U. Central Florida hires student success VP to boost analytics efforts
The University of Central Florida's new VP for student success is tasked with using data analytics to improve retention and graduation rates.
Class buys Blackboard Collaborate
Michael Chasen's edtech company, Class, plans to acquire a leading virtual classroom product, Blackboard Collaborate, from a company he co-founded.
Lone Star College to launch fully virtual LSC-Online this summer
Houston's Lone Star College plans to launch LSC-Online, a fully online college, this August, a project six years in the making.
University at Buffalo automates content migration for LMS switch
University at Buffalo announced it's automating its LMS switch with technology from K16 Solutions.