As seen on eSchool Media April 12th, 2019

    Unconscious AI in higher education

    By Keith Rajecki
    vice president, global public sector, education and research industry solutions , Oracle
    Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), autonomous systems, robotic process automation, chat bots, augmented and mixed reality and many other buzzwords are flying around watercoolers and leadership team meetings across enterprises. It signifies the interest and the potential benefits to the organizations or institutions...

    As seen on eSchool Media April 8th, 2019

    Transforming the traditional library through advanced technology

    By Yotam Kramer
    director of product marketing, Ex Libris
    Technology has been evolving in various ways over recent decades, but the long-term effects are just now starting to show. Innovation has become part of our everyday lives and experiences, but new technologies also have a global impact on processes all over the world....

    As seen on eSchool Media March 26th, 2019

    5 ways to integrate digital content into literacy instruction today

    By Dr. Karen Beerer
    senior vice president of learning and development, Discovery Education
    As Discovery Education’s senior vice president of teaching and learning, I am constantly in communication with superintendents, principals, teachers and other educators about how to improve student literacy. This conversation often emanates from a discussion on the most effective way to “go digital” while...

    As seen on eSchool Media March 26th, 2019

    The critical role network performance monitoring plays on campus

    By Alec Pinkham
    director of product marketing, AppNeta
    Today’s colleges and universities are working hard to groom the leading IT pros, data scientists and network engineers of tomorrow, preparing them for a connected world and tech scene that’s already vastly different than it was only a half decade ago. But despite emphasizing...

    As seen on eSchool Media March 18th, 2019

    Before you spend another dollar, your next budget should be performance-based

    By Adam Pearson
    co-founder, Glimpse K12
    The reality is many of us are creatures of habit and lean on previous experiences, familiarity, and instinct to quickly and efficiently make decisions. This processing shortcut serves us very well as our hand approaches a hot iron by drawing on previous rules of...

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