How IT leaders can thrive in the post-COVID era

When looking to enable remote learning effectively and save costs, IT leaders should look towards their current cloud models
This school year is unlike any other. More than 90 percent of households with school-age children are engaged in some form of distance learning from home, while college…

If you want great online instruction, you need teamwork

Higher-ed institutions must help their faculty approach online instruction and ensure teaching is high-quality and well-structured
With the unexpected onset of a global health pandemic and a hurried transition to online teaching, we are caught in the crossfires of arguments for and against online…

How wearable trackers help with contact tracing

Leaders at the K-12 and higher-ed levels are grappling with how to safely bring students back to campus—and wearable trackers may help
As schools, colleges and universities navigate the new school year, teachers and administrators will be serving on the front lines of public health efforts to keep kids and…

Here’s why online learning is sticking around

Education has become virtual, and educators should accept that online learning is a permanent part of learning in today's economy
Online, distance learning as a modality of teaching and learning has been thrust upon education and can no longer be considered an emerging reality. It is here. The…

How one campus is connecting learning with the future of work

KCTCS taps Competency-Based Education Network to close the gap between higher education and the demands of today’s turbulent labor market
Linking learning opportunities to the future of work and future workforce needs is critical for student success. The Kentucky Community & Technical College System (KCTCS) has launched a…

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