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IBM | July 29, 2020
Creating diversity in the technology field can begin with preparing students for STEM careers at an early age, according to IBM. The tech giant is offering 1,000 paid internships to students and graduates of its Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) program, IBM announced July 20. The internship program will run through Dec. 31, 2021.IBM's P-TECH program, established in 2011, is a public education model that provides an opportunity, at no cost, for students to earn...
Ocelot | July 08, 2020
Ocelot, the leading provider of Artificially Intelligent Conversational Chatbots for colleges and universities, announced today a new milestone: eclipsing the 400th client mark.Colleges have long had shortages of advisors to assist students. And the abrupt shift to online and remote education only exacerbated this problem.To scale advising and student support, many institutions have turned to Ocelot's easy-to-use, cloud-based, personalized AI Enrollment and Advising Platform. Stu...
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PRnewswire | May 05, 2023
StrongMind announced a new generation of digital courses for K-5 students today. StrongMind responded to the increased demand for digital courses for the youngest students during the pandemic by releasing a complete suite of K-5 courses in summer 2021, completing their K-12 digital solution. After listening to course users and careful analysis of feedback, StrongMind determined enhancements were needed to keep up with the still increasing need for high-quality digital courses in the early ...
edsurge | March 03, 2020
The recent U.S. spike in coronavirus cases, which currently numbers around 118 cases in 16 states, is leaving the edtech conference industry with an existential (if not quite Shakespearean) question at the start of its busy events season: to host or not to host? Across the broader technology world, the coronavirus has taken a toll on what were once routine gatherings. Facebook, Google, Microsoft have pulled out of annual industry conferences, and called off events of their own. Others, including...
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