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Industry News & Opinions...

  • As seen on eCampus News
    May 23rd, 2018
    Overcoming multi-cloud security challenges
    By Jonathan Nguyen-Duy
    vice president, strategy and analytics, Fortinet
    Over the past decade, technology that supports e-learning environments in higher education settings has evolved rapidly. This has enabled a number of benefits for education, such as more efficient teaching and sharing of information, personalized lessons to let students progress at their own pace,...

  • As seen on eSchool News
    May 22nd, 2018
    Here’s how to make your digital strategy seamless
    By Jill Hobson
    K-12 institutional program manager, IMS Global Learning Consortium
    When a district goes digital, it is doing everything necessary so that students can seamlessly access and use all of the digital learning tools available and teachers can easily manage the administrative functions associated with these tools, such as rostering students into apps and...

  • As seen on eCampus News
    May 22nd, 2018
    5 keys to implementing cyber education at your school
    By Roy Zur
    chief executive officer, Cybint Solutions
    Cybercrimes are growing exponentially, posing tremendous threats to our financial markets, undermining public confidence, violating our privacy, and costing hundreds of billions of dollars annually (estimated to cost up to 6 trillion dollars by 2021). Malicious cyberattacks are also used by government-led groups and...

  • As seen on eSchool News
    May 18th, 2018
    Putting the SEL into PBL
    By Jennifer Money
    marketing manager, Move This World
    In project-based learning (PBL), teachers present students with a real-world problem and challenge them to solve the problem through research and inquiry, often collaborating with each another and producing a final product that encompasses everything they have learned. The project relates back to the...

  • As seen on eCampus News
    May 17th, 2018
    Going beyond the hype: How AI can be used to make a difference
    By Elena Cox
    chief executive officer and co-founder
    Reference to artificial intelligence (AI) has become strategic in higher-ed discourse, joining the terms “big data” and “predictive modeling.” When I was introduced to AI in 2013 by a member of our design team, it captivated my imagination. Since then, as our data grew...

  • As seen on eSchool News
    May 16th, 2018
    8 informal assessments to pinpoint what your students need
    By Chris Balow
    chief research scientist, Illuminate Education
    The great thing about informal assessments is they help us gauge students’ understanding during the learning process instead of after. Informal assessment also changes teachers’ relationship to student learning. Through informal assessment, a teacher becomes a guide throughout the learning process, rather than the...

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