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ECPI University, a for-profit college based in Virginia, is among the latest colleges to offer verification of student degrees via blockchain, according to The Roanoke Times, which notes that Virginia Tech is "in the early stages".
As cloud computing becomes more common in professional and academic environments, there’s growing demand for skilled workers who are able to navigate and secure the cloud.
Collaborative, project-based learning is central to K–12 education, and it’s gaining traction in higher education in the form of active-learning classrooms too.
The Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights is investigating hundreds of colleges and universities that it says have not met web accessibility standards for people with disabilities.
With the massive increase in ed tech and, as a result, education apps, schools continue to boost their invest in these programs — but in the end, they don't really use them, EdSurge reports.
The Houston School District's student badge system for buses, which began as a pilot at some two dozen schools in October, now stretches across the district, Houston Public Media reports.
The quality of education is a priority nowadays. Writing content is not what it used to be anymore. Students can copy content from the web.
An international team of education specialists will be developing a new range of resources that will help migrant children across the world learn mathematics and new languages at the same time.
Smart use of technology in higher education is a moving target. From encouraging faculty to embrace the learning management system to putting student records in the blockchain, college administrators.
The way America goes to college is changing. Rising tuition and new workforce development pathways are encouraging prospective students to consider alternative post-secondary education options.
You might be tempted to dismiss the idea of the “future ready teacher” as just the latest bit of shallow jargon or the newest passing fad in education, but before you do, dig a little deeper into the movement.
Increasing data speeds and responsiveness times by nearly 1,000 percent, a fully functioning 5G network could be a game-changer in the way universities use, manage and set up everything from IoT devices to data-heavy applications.