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Education Affiliates was founded on a simple premise — that we would create an opportunity for organizations to hire graduates of our schools who have completed quality, people oriented, post-secondary career training. These graduates would be capable of utilizing those acquired skills in the business world, resulting in a positive impact for themselves and the business they are associated with.

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HOW INNOVATIONS IN VOICE TECHNOLOGY ARE RESHAPING EDUCATION

edsurge | March 02, 2020

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We are just getting started with voice technology in education. From simple commands that retrieve stored information to a future where voice-activated AI coaches help us set and reach educational goals across a lifetime, the potential for growth is undeniable. Voice, after all, is one of the most natural ways to interface with technology, says Coursera’s Alexander Sanchez. We are just getting started with voice technology in education.Sanchez leads the Mobile Experiences and Emerging Tech...

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educationdive | March 10, 2020

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A federal program overseeing international students in the U.S. said it will be flexible with its oversight requirements as the global coronavirus outbreak causes colleges to make classes remote. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) sent participating colleges and universities the guidance on Monday. It expands schools' options for using online education to keep these students on track in the event classes are offered remotely. The ...

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GOING DIGITAL: HERE’S HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Study International | January 30, 2020

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Technology has permeated many aspects of education, but one area where technology has been slow to creep into is physical education (PE). However, schools that have tapped into the power of technology believe it can be transformative for students. Last year, The Hechinger Report wrote about how Jon Szychlinksi, a teacher at Berwyn North School District 98 in the US uses technology in his PE classes. Szychlinksi gets his middle schoolers to study game tapes to identify their weaknesses, not...

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INKLING PARTNERS WITH OPENSESAME TO SIMPLIFY INTEGRATION OF 20,000 MODERN ELEARNING COURSES

prnewswire | September 28, 2020

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Inkling, a global leader in modern digital learning solutions, today announced that it has joined forces with OpenSesame, the global elearning innovator, to streamline access to more than 20,000 modern elearning courses. The partnership enables users to easily access the world's top publishers through OpenSesame and easily import them into the Inkling Learning Pathways system. "Both Inkling and OpenSesame share strong relationships with common clients in key markets like retail, life sc...

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HOW INNOVATIONS IN VOICE TECHNOLOGY ARE RESHAPING EDUCATION

edsurge | March 02, 2020

We are just getting started with voice technology in education. From simple commands that retrieve stored information to a future where voice-activated AI coaches help us set and reach educational goals across a lifetime, the potential for growth is undeniable. Voice, after all, is one of the most natural ways to interface with technology, says Coursera’s Alexander Sanchez. We are just getting started with voice technology in education.Sanchez leads the Mobile Experiences and Emerging Tech...

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FEDS RELAX ONLINE EDUCATION RULES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AMID CORONAVIRUS THREAT

educationdive | March 10, 2020

A federal program overseeing international students in the U.S. said it will be flexible with its oversight requirements as the global coronavirus outbreak causes colleges to make classes remote. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) sent participating colleges and universities the guidance on Monday. It expands schools' options for using online education to keep these students on track in the event classes are offered remotely. The ...

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GOING DIGITAL: HERE’S HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Study International | January 30, 2020

Technology has permeated many aspects of education, but one area where technology has been slow to creep into is physical education (PE). However, schools that have tapped into the power of technology believe it can be transformative for students. Last year, The Hechinger Report wrote about how Jon Szychlinksi, a teacher at Berwyn North School District 98 in the US uses technology in his PE classes. Szychlinksi gets his middle schoolers to study game tapes to identify their weaknesses, not...

Read More
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INKLING PARTNERS WITH OPENSESAME TO SIMPLIFY INTEGRATION OF 20,000 MODERN ELEARNING COURSES

prnewswire | September 28, 2020

Inkling, a global leader in modern digital learning solutions, today announced that it has joined forces with OpenSesame, the global elearning innovator, to streamline access to more than 20,000 modern elearning courses. The partnership enables users to easily access the world's top publishers through OpenSesame and easily import them into the Inkling Learning Pathways system. "Both Inkling and OpenSesame share strong relationships with common clients in key markets like retail, life sc...

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