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Tag gegen den Schlaganfall am 10.05.2019

Gesundheitsberichterstattung - Fri, 2019-05-03 00:00
Ausgewählte Informationen zum Tag gegen den Schlaganfall am 10.05.2019
Categories: Science News

Quantum Leap Into the Future of Education

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Thu, 2019-05-02 02:10

By Ray Schroeder, Inside HIgher Ed
Quantum computing will burst onto the educational technology scene. Are you preparing now? The quantum era will soon be upon us. The changes we will see will far outpace even those we saw in the development of personal computers, smartphones and broadband networking — combined. IBM has already created a commercial quantum computer prototype, the IBM Q System One.  We should begin to visualize adaptive learning models in which the power and speed of quantum computing may best serve the individualized needs of our students. An awesome quantum future awaits us!

https://www.insidehighered.com/digital-learning/blogs/online-trending-now/quantum-leap-future-education

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How new learning modes will shape the ‘future of work’

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Thu, 2019-05-02 02:03

Hallie Busta, Education Dive
The function and makeup of the workforce will change as industries adapt to new technology and processes, raising questions about how educational models are responding to deliver relevant training, explains a new white paper from the World Economic Forum and the Boston Consulting Group. The report examines eight possible outcomes for the future of work based on three variables: educational models, workers’ economic mobility and the rate of technological advancement. A combination of the outcomes is most likely, the authors note.  One common theme throughout the outcomes is what the report positions as a consequence of educational models being slow to adapt to workforce needs: displaced workers competing for fewer jobs as industries become increasingly automated.

https://www.educationdive.com/news/how-new-learning-modes-will-shape-the-future-of-work/553133/

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Purdue Partners with Cisco, Lilly for Corporate Ed

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Thu, 2019-05-02 02:02

By Rhea Kelly, Campus Technology
Purdue University is expanding into the corporate learning realm with two new deals with Fortune 500 corporations Cisco Systems and Eli Lilly and Co. The institution worked with each company to create custom courses for their employees, with a focus on providing high-quality content in a flexible online format.  “One thing we have learned is that companies want flexibility in their online education,” said Gerry McCartney, executive vice president for Purdue Online, in a statement. “We are able to offer an immediately available product that works for one company’s learner cohorts rather than requiring the usual academic scheduling.

https://campustechnology.com/articles/2019/04/22/purdue-partners-with-cisco-lilly-for-corporate-ed.aspx?admgarea=news

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36% of college grads with student loans say the debt wasn’t worth it—here’s what experts say

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Wed, 2019-05-01 02:10

Megan Leonhardt, CNBC
Almost half of young adults have student loan debt. And 36% of college graduates paying off student loans say now that taking on that debt wasn’t worth it, according to a new report by Merrill Lynch and Age Wave, which surveyed over 2,700 early adults (defined here as those ages 18 to 34). A smaller poll by GoBankingRates recently arrived at similar conclusions: It found that, while a vast majority of Americans with college degrees don’t regret college itself, many do say the student debt they incurred wasn’t worth it.

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/18/36-percent-of-college-grads-with-student-loans-say-debt-wasnt-worth-it.html

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Congress Considers Making College More Accessible To People In Prison

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Wed, 2019-05-01 02:05

Elissa Nadworny, NPR

Inmates are among the least-educated people in America. That’s despite research that shows education is one of the most effective ways to keep people from coming back to prison. Now, there’s renewed interest in giving adults behind bars better access to higher education. A new bipartisan bill in Congress would allow incarcerated people to use federal Pell Grants — designed for low-income students — to pay for higher education, including college classes and workforce training.

https://www.npr.org/2019/04/20/713874091/congress-considers-making-college-more-accessible-to-people-in-prison

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3 Ways NYU is Training New Teachers to Use Special Ed and ELL Strategies to Better Serve All Kids

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Wed, 2019-05-01 02:03

Beth Hawkins, the 74

New York University is expanding its novel teacher training program, which places diverse teachers into high-needs schools for an intensive, year-long master’s program organized around the belief that all teachers benefit by learning to work with students with disabilities and those learning English. The Steinhardt’s Teacher Residency program combines online academic preparation with full-time classroom placements in districts and public charter schools in four states.

https://www.the74million.org/3-ways-nyu-is-training-new-teachers-to-use-special-ed-and-ell-strategies-to-better-serve-all-kids/

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Welt-Asthma-Tag am 01.05.2019

Gesundheitsberichterstattung - Wed, 2019-05-01 00:00
Ausgewählte Informationen zum Welt-Asthma-Tag am 01.05.2019
Categories: Science News

How to Use Data Analytics to Improve Development and Design of e-Learning Platforms

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Tue, 2019-04-30 02:10

Times Square Chronicles

Learning, development, and training programs are critical parts of an organization that wants to keep its workforce on its toes with the latest market trends and technological evolutions. However, successful and impactful learning and training programs are those that are designed, developed and managed in a way to increase employee productivity.  The impact often measures the success of an e-learning platform it has on improving employee engagement, employee retention, and employee performance and productivity. All of this translates to a better run and a more efficient and competitive organization. With the help of data analytics, the information available today can be collected, interpreted, analyzed and presented in a way that turns a mediocre and mundane training program into a highly personalized, interactive and absorbing one.

https://t2conline.com/how-to-use-data-analytics-to-improve-development-and-design-of-e-learning-platforms/

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Disney, Starbucks, Walmart: Big companies are increasingly offering education benefits for employees

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Tue, 2019-04-30 02:05

Akiko Fujita, Yahoo Finance
Squeezed by a tight labor market and shrinking pool of employees, big corporations like Starbucks and Disney are increasingly turning to a new tool for recruitment: education.  Companies are partnering with universities to offer employees fully-subsidized Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in hopes of attracting ambitious workers who want to build out their careers. “There are so many new jobs that are either coming or that are here already. So it is shifting from an employer standpoint: How you have to differentiate yourself?” said Chris Trout, VP of learning and development at The Walt Disney Company, speaking at the recent ASU GSV Summit in San Diego.

https://news.yahoo.com/disney-starbucks-walmart-big-companies-are-increasingly-5-offering-education-benefits-for-employees-141316405.html

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5G Status Update and Primer

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Tue, 2019-04-30 02:02

Sascha Segan, PC Magazine

5G is an investment for the next decade, and in previous mobile transitions, we’ve seen most of the big changes happening years after the first announcement. Take 4G, for instance. The first 4G phones in the US appeared in 2010. But the sorts of 4G applications that changed our world didn’t appear until later. Snapchat came in 2012, and Uber became widespread in 2013. Video calls over LTE networks also became widespread in the US around 2013.  The actual 5G radio system, known as 5G-NR, isn’t compatible with 4G. But all 5G devices in the US, to start, will need 4G because they’ll lean on it to make initial connections before trading up to 5G where it’s available. That’s technically known as a “non standalone,” or NSA, network. Later, our 5G networks will become “standalone,” or SA, not requiring 4G coverage to work. But that’s a few years off.

https://www.pcmag.com/article/345387/what-is-5g

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Edtech Innovation in Online Education

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2019-04-29 02:09

by Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate

Courseware and access to it aren’t the only innovations in online education. Many supplemental tools support classroom instruction at all levels of learning, helping students engage in the learning process and enjoy it. Student response systems: Teachers recognize the need for student involvement in lessons, but connecting with each student in every class can take time, especially if the class size exceeds 30 students. Although necessary for learning, engagement, response, and feedback are time-consuming. Apps like Socrative assist teachers in engaging students and diagnosing student performance. One of the reasons Socrative is so successful is that it bridges the gap between school and home, learning and leisure time. Students access their homework online, complete it, and the app grades it and provides immediate feedback.

https://www.thetechedvocate.org/edtech-innovation-in-online-education/

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Why Arizona State is using a for-profit to help expand workforce partnerships

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2019-04-29 02:06

By Ben Unglesbee, Education Dive

The new public benefit corporation, called InStride, went live earlier this month, timed with the beginning of the annual ASU GSV Summit, a celebration of education’s intersection with commerce and technology. The Chronicle of Higher Education, which first broke the news of the for-profit entity, reported that Arizona State owns a minority stake in the venture, with the $2.1 billion Rise Fund, a private equity fund managed by TPG, as the majority owner. In a press release announcing its launch, InStride described itself as a “learning services enterprise” that intends to “achieve significant social impact” by partnering with companies that want to help their employees get a college education. It also credited Arizona State’s existing partnerships, such as that with Starbucks, as being “the catalyst for the new company.”

https://www.educationdive.com/news/why-arizona-state-is-using-a-for-profit-to-help-expand-workforce-partnershi/552767/

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The Personal Teaching Assistant Every Teacher Needs

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Mon, 2019-04-29 02:02

Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate

Imagine teaching at a school where your personal assistant takes care of the routine tasks for your classroom. The assistant even prepares lessons for your students. You have additional time to instruct students in small groups or individually, provide thoughtful feedback, and encourage learning. “Socrates, set the thermostat to 74, take attendance, and open the PowerPoint from yesterday’s lesson.” Better than Siri or Alexa, your digital teaching assistant would handle routine and complex tasks related to the classroom and student need. That scenario isn’t too far-fetched. Schools are already implementing smart technology in the form of artificial intelligence, and AI is changing the education landscape.

https://www.thetechedvocate.org/the-personal-teaching-assistant-every-teacher-needs/

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Tag des herzkranken Kindes am 05.05.2019

Gesundheitsberichterstattung - Mon, 2019-04-29 00:00
Ausgewählte Informationen zum Tag des herzkranken Kindes am 05.05.2019
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How higher ed can prepare for an evolving job market: A survey of U.S. students and recruiters

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2019-04-28 02:10

Ellucian

A quarter of employers that require degrees for entry-level jobs accept credentials in place of a degree! Recruiters and students agree there is a soft skills gap.
Institutions need to invest in business models to support lifelong learning.  Student and employer perceptions around the value of college degrees are evolving. Sixty-two percent of students surveyed enrolled in college to improve their job prospects but only 39 percent believe they will be very prepared for the workplace when they graduate.

https://www.ellucian.com/insights/credential-clout-how-higher-ed-can-prepare-evolving-job-market

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“Transparent AI Will Revolutionize Online Learning”

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2019-04-28 02:05

By IBL News

Walter Bender, the Chief Learning Architect at Sorcero and the founder of Sugar Labs and One Laptop One Child, shared with IBL News how transparent AI will revolutionize online learning following his talk at the Open edX conference last month in San Diego. The main goal, he posits, is “to leverage what makes us human to become part of the learning process.”

https://iblnews.org/2019/04/18/transparent-ai-will-revolutionize-online-learning/

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New training models and policies for a digital economy workforce

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sun, 2019-04-28 02:03

Jack Karsten, Brookings
Emerging technologies such as fifth-generation (5G) wireless networks, artificial intelligence, and advanced robotics promise to transform most sectors of the economy. Many jobs are becoming more technology-intensive, and all workers will need some baseline technology skills as a result. To discuss how workers can meet the changing skills demands of the digital economy, the Center for Technology Innovation hosted a panel discussion on April 12 with Brookings scholars Darrell West and Makada Henry-Nickie, David Hoffman of Intel, and Greg Morrisett of Cornell University. The conversation covered the changing needs of employers, different models for training workers, and public policies that can help employers and workers alike adapt to emerging technologies.

https://www.brookings.edu/blog/techtank/2019/04/18/new-training-models-and-policies-for-a-digital-economy-workforce/

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It’s Sunday evening, where are online colleges’ student services?

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sat, 2019-04-27 02:10

Wayne D’Orio, Education Dive

But traditionally campus-based institutions can find themselves outpaced as they try to match offerings from online-only schools, especially when it comes to critical services that can help attract and retain students, such as financial aid and academic advising. The act of retrofitting these typically on-campus services to meet the needs of a new subset of students can be awkward, especially compared to the streamlined offerings of online-only institutions.

https://www.educationdive.com/news/its-sunday-evening-where-are-online-colleges-student-services/552911/

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Minerva’s Innovative Platform Makes High Quality Higher Ed Personal And Affordable

Online learning update by Ray Schroeder - Sat, 2019-04-27 02:10

Tom Vander Ark, Forbes
Minerva might be the most interesting and important higher education program in the world. The school, sponsored by Keck Graduate Institute at Claremont, offers an undergraduate program with a rigorously designed curriculum that develops knowledge and skills in about 100 foundational concepts and habits of success. Students focus on thinking critically and creatively and communicating and interacting effectively. They study and apply their learning in seven cities. The first class of world changers will graduate next month.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanderark/2019/04/08/minervas-innovative-platform-makes-high-quality-higher-ed-personal-and-affordable/#2a7ed2545742

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