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ALLSCHOOL TO SHOWCASE ITS ONE-STOP HOMESCHOOLING SOLUTION AT GREAT HOMESCHOOL CONVENTION

Allschool | June 20, 2022

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Allschool, an innovative online education platform, is set to introduce its one-stop learning solution for homeschoolers at the Great Homeschool Convention that is scheduled to run from June 16th through 18th in California. As one of the most popular homeschooling events of the year in North America, this convention will see the company bringing its student-centered online education platform to parents seeking a flexible and interactive e-learning service. The diverse selection of...

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DO EDTECH APPS KEEP STUDENT DATA SAFE?

Times Higher Education | January 13, 2020

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From in-class polling tools to university-wide learning management systems, software applications – apps – are ubiquitous on campuses nowadays. By collecting and crunching data from staff and students, these programs play a key role in supporting students and helping the modern university run smoothly. These data, however, can be highly sensitive – and very valuable. Add the fact that many of these apps are created by third-party companies and you have, some believe, a ticking ...

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NEW DEAN OF HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL ONLINE AIMS FOR MODULAR COURSES, MORE DIVERSITY

edsurge | January 27, 2020

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Last year Harvard Business School’s online operation got a new name. Now it has a new leader as well. A few months ago, Debora Spar took the helm at Harvard Business School Online, after a rocky year-long stint as the president of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. Spar has plenty of experience in higher education, having served as president of Barnard College and as a professor at the brick-and-mortar Harvard Business School. So what are her plans for this upstar...

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THE CORONAVIRUS’ CHILLING EFFECT HITS EDTECH INDUSTRY CONFERENCES

edsurge | March 03, 2020

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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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EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

ALLSCHOOL TO SHOWCASE ITS ONE-STOP HOMESCHOOLING SOLUTION AT GREAT HOMESCHOOL CONVENTION

Allschool | June 20, 2022

Allschool, an innovative online education platform, is set to introduce its one-stop learning solution for homeschoolers at the Great Homeschool Convention that is scheduled to run from June 16th through 18th in California. As one of the most popular homeschooling events of the year in North America, this convention will see the company bringing its student-centered online education platform to parents seeking a flexible and interactive e-learning service. The diverse selection of...

Read More
news image

DO EDTECH APPS KEEP STUDENT DATA SAFE?

Times Higher Education | January 13, 2020

From in-class polling tools to university-wide learning management systems, software applications – apps – are ubiquitous on campuses nowadays. By collecting and crunching data from staff and students, these programs play a key role in supporting students and helping the modern university run smoothly. These data, however, can be highly sensitive – and very valuable. Add the fact that many of these apps are created by third-party companies and you have, some believe, a ticking ...

Read More
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NEW DEAN OF HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL ONLINE AIMS FOR MODULAR COURSES, MORE DIVERSITY

edsurge | January 27, 2020

Last year Harvard Business School’s online operation got a new name. Now it has a new leader as well. A few months ago, Debora Spar took the helm at Harvard Business School Online, after a rocky year-long stint as the president of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. Spar has plenty of experience in higher education, having served as president of Barnard College and as a professor at the brick-and-mortar Harvard Business School. So what are her plans for this upstar...

Read More
news image

THE CORONAVIRUS’ CHILLING EFFECT HITS EDTECH INDUSTRY CONFERENCES

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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