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Interest in cloud architecture, art history exploding on Udemy
Cloud architecture, Dynatrace and art history are the fastest-growing education trends, according to the online learning platform Udemy.
Online Learning Consortium selects Panopto to expand video training
The Online Learning Consortium partnered with the software firm Panopto to improve its use of video in offering educators professional development training.
Lehigh U. to offer new online education certificate through Discovery Education
Courses in a new online certificate target educators seeking to “hone their instructional practice in the remote learning environment."
Tech companies ask Biden for more education support, student data
In a letter to the incoming administration, a group of companies stressed the importance of technology to facilitate high-quality learning, the need for additional funding, professional development and the value of data in assessing students.
Arizona State University launches virtual teacher institute
As the fall semester approaches, a new professional development program aims to help Arizona's K-12 instructors get up to speed on virtual instruction.
Illinois launches STEM website to improve education access
A new website showcases STEM resources like career-development events, virtual summer camps and learning centers at local universities or community colleges.
Vanderbilt University joins higher education's crusade to support online teaching
Like many colleges and universities preparing to continue online teaching for the fall semester, Vanderbilt University is providing its faculty with critical resources to support remote learning.
Florida International University hosts webinar for K-12 online learning
After many K-12 teachers struggled with the sudden rush to remote learning, Florida International University has joined the higher education institutions now teaching lesson design, organization techniques how to use and how to use video and digital tools.
Why digital equity entails more than giving students devices
Dewayne McClary, formerly with DC Public Schools, said educators must also teach students how to be digital citizens and develop integrated curriculums.