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Panopto | May 17, 2021
The Online Learning Consortium (OLC), a philanthropic local area of schooling pioneers and trailblazers committed to progressing advanced instructing and learning, and Panopto, the main video the executives framework supplier for advanced education and enormous ventures, reported today a multi-year vital association uniting Panopto's industry mastery in secure video creation and the board, and OLC's expert turn of events, instructing and learning assets to extend the utilization of video...
microsoft | June 17, 2020
Microsoft today announced ‘Teams for Education’ features to engage and prepare students and teachers for new remote and hybrid learning formats in the upcoming school year. These features include expanded audience view of up to 49 participants, custom backgrounds, class insights, and virtual breakout rooms, among other new features. Surveying nearly 500 members of the Microsoft Education community, comprising teachers and institutional leaders from around the world, Microsoft found t...
themountaineer | August 25, 2020
Cyber criminals targeting Haywood County Schools with ransomeware have derailed another day of remote learning, with school called off for Tuesday, as well. It is unclear when school will resume. “We have three cyber experts working on things with us literally as we speak,” Superintendent Dr. Bill Nolte said Monday night. Ransomware is a type of cyber attack that cripples computer servers and holds them hostage until a ransom is paid.“We have no plans to pay it at this time,&rd...
Elizabethtown College | March 17, 2022
Elizabethtown College has exceeded its Make A Deposit, Make A Difference campaign for the third consecutive year by reaching and surpassing its goal of 50 enrollment deposits made by accepted students over the last month. The College held its first two on-campus Accepted Student Days on February 12 and March 12 and committed to matching up to $15,000 in deposits made during that time period to donate the funds to three local community service organizations.
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