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CYBERATTACK SHUTS DOWN E-LEARNING FOR TWO DAYS IN NEW PALESTINE

wthr | August 06, 2020

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The Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County was back online Thursday. But a cyberattack on the school district’s internet network prevented remote learning the previous two days in the first week of school. "To be unable to offer that right out of the gate is frustrating, especially frustrating knowing that this was a malicious attack on our system and not something of our own doing,” said Wes Anderson, CSC Southern Hancock County director of school and community...

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ED DEPT FORCES SWEEPING CHANGES TO USC'S TITLE IX POLICIES

educationdive | February 27, 2020

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USC is entering into an agreement with the Ed Department to make these changes at a time when rules around Title IX are in flux. The department has proffered draft regulations on the law that critics contend weaken safegaurds for sexual assault survivors. They have often claimed that the department, and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, generally are disregarding campus sexual violence in favor of protecting accused students. But the investigation into USC's failings — and...

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ARE ALGORITHMICALLY-GENERATED TERM PAPERS THE NEXT BIG CHALLENGE TO ACADEMIC INTEGRITY?

edsurge | February 12, 2020

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There’s a new application of AI in education, and educators aren’t going to like it. A growing number of companies now let students outsource their homework to a bot—or, more specifically, an algorithm that writes term papers for them based on chosen keywords. For instance, after subscribing to a service called EssaySoft, you can tell its essay generator to write a paper on, say, “symbolism in the great Gatsby” (or whatever you need for class). Then you enter how ma...

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NASA ADMINISTRATOR, STEM PARTNER CONNECT ORLANDO CHILDREN WITH ARTEMIS

NASA | June 09, 2022

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson helped hand out food with an extra serving of STEM activities to children and families at New Beginnings Church – The Gathering Place in Orlando, Florida, on Friday, June 3. Called NASA Artemis Learning Lunchboxes, the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) in Columbus, Ohio, created the kits aimed at inspiring and educating youth and families in communities underrepresented in STEM about NASA's upcoming Artemis missions. NASA's Artemis ...

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CYBERATTACK SHUTS DOWN E-LEARNING FOR TWO DAYS IN NEW PALESTINE

wthr | August 06, 2020

The Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County was back online Thursday. But a cyberattack on the school district’s internet network prevented remote learning the previous two days in the first week of school. "To be unable to offer that right out of the gate is frustrating, especially frustrating knowing that this was a malicious attack on our system and not something of our own doing,” said Wes Anderson, CSC Southern Hancock County director of school and community...

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ED DEPT FORCES SWEEPING CHANGES TO USC'S TITLE IX POLICIES

educationdive | February 27, 2020

USC is entering into an agreement with the Ed Department to make these changes at a time when rules around Title IX are in flux. The department has proffered draft regulations on the law that critics contend weaken safegaurds for sexual assault survivors. They have often claimed that the department, and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, generally are disregarding campus sexual violence in favor of protecting accused students. But the investigation into USC's failings — and...

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ARE ALGORITHMICALLY-GENERATED TERM PAPERS THE NEXT BIG CHALLENGE TO ACADEMIC INTEGRITY?

edsurge | February 12, 2020

There’s a new application of AI in education, and educators aren’t going to like it. A growing number of companies now let students outsource their homework to a bot—or, more specifically, an algorithm that writes term papers for them based on chosen keywords. For instance, after subscribing to a service called EssaySoft, you can tell its essay generator to write a paper on, say, “symbolism in the great Gatsby” (or whatever you need for class). Then you enter how ma...

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CORPORATE LEARNING SYSTEMS

NASA ADMINISTRATOR, STEM PARTNER CONNECT ORLANDO CHILDREN WITH ARTEMIS

NASA | June 09, 2022

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson helped hand out food with an extra serving of STEM activities to children and families at New Beginnings Church – The Gathering Place in Orlando, Florida, on Friday, June 3. Called NASA Artemis Learning Lunchboxes, the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) in Columbus, Ohio, created the kits aimed at inspiring and educating youth and families in communities underrepresented in STEM about NASA's upcoming Artemis missions. NASA's Artemis ...

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