ONLINE EDUCATION news | February 28, 2023
On February 27, 2023, Anthology, an education solutions provider, announced that EC-Council University (ECCU) has selected its Blackboard Learn solution to support dynamic learning. Its learning management system (LMS) would help ECCU with learner-centric workflows.
With an advanced responsive interface, Blackboard Learn offers a uniform inclusive educational experience for students and pedagogical teaching practices for faculty members. The mobile-friendly system connects students with the classroom anywhere and at any time. It integrates with more than 200 tech partners for an optimal learning engagement platform. Its support would empower ECCU faculty members, staff and students for valuable insights and a data-informed education approach for the content and delivery of a learner-centric course.
Chief Academic Officer at ECCU, Dr. Venus Fisher said, "We required a learning management system that provides the flexibility needed to adapt to a rapidly evolving industry and the connectedness to foster collaboration and teamwork among our online students." She added, "With Blackboard Learn, we're empowered with the tools and the support we need to push the boundaries on how we deliver coursework and provide a world-class learning experience."
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Chairman and CEO of Anthology, Jim Milton said, "Cybersecurity professionals are a critical asset for companies across every industry, protecting businesses from new and evolving threats." He added, "Our team is proud to support such a vital industry and we look forward to helping EC-Council deliver unparalleled experiences through Anthology solutions."
(Source – Cision PR Newswire)
Founded in 2020, Anthology, a higher education services provider, offers dynamic, data-informed solutions for the education sector worldwide. Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, it connects educators and learners through advanced technological tools for better educational outcomes. It renders more than 60 SaaS products and services especially dedicated to advanced learning. Its products are Blackboard, Campus Labs, Campus Management, and iModules. Based on the experiences of former educators and education enthusiasts, it designs data-driven solutions to assist educators, learners and leaders with more informed and personalized support. Its products and solutions assist at every stage of the complete learning journey.
DeepHow | January 04, 2023
UL Solutions recently announced selecting DeepHow's AI-powered video-based training platform to enhance and add a robust capability to the renowned compliance training learning management system (LMS), ComplianceWire, for life sciences companies.
All organizations in the life sciences need to provide their employees and contractors with mechanisms for continual skill development and competency management. UL Solutions' ComplianceWire is a platform that manages, tracks, and delivers qualifications and task-based technical capabilities in an environment driven by compliance. UL Solutions provides a comprehensive library of over 400 life sciences-specific courses, 110 of which were developed in collaboration with the FDA.
With the integration of DeepHow's video-based skills collection and delivery capabilities into ComplianceWire, UL Solutions' life sciences customers can now optimize their training delivery with captivating videos. DeepHow empowers training content managers to collect instructional content using a smartphone and turn it into engaging and impactful videos that enhance training delivery.
DeepHow integrates the most recent developments in artificial intelligence, computer vision, natural language processing, and knowledge mapping to transform the way in which knowledge is digitized, captured, and structured. The company has developed and distributes an AI-powered workforce readiness platform for workplaces where capabilities are required to conduct standard operational procedures. The company makes it easier to gather and share technical skills and knowledge, which cuts project time by a factor of ten, improves employee performance by 25%, and cuts overall training and development costs by a large amount.
About UL Solutions
UL Solutions, a world leader in applied safety science, converts sustainability, safety, and security concerns into opportunities for customers in over 100 countries. UL Solutions provides inspection, testing, and certification services, in addition to software solutions and consultancy services, to support business growth and product development. The UL Certification Marks represent an unrelenting commitment to improving the safety mission and serve as a recognized symbol of confidence in the customers' products. The company assists customers in innovating, introducing new products and services, navigating global marketplaces and intricate supply chains, and growing sustainably and ethically for the future.
DeepHow was founded in 2018 by a group of researchers and engineers who used to work at Siemens. They saw an unmet need in the skilled trades market to transfer knowledge. They created a platform for capturing and learning from video-based knowledge that is powered by AI and fills the skills gap in the manufacturing, construction, and service industries. DeepHow makes it easier to capture knowledge by using AI workflow indexing and segmentation.
Springboard | January 27, 2023
On January 26, 2023, Springboard, an online learning platform that prepares students for in-demand careers, announced a partnership with Gonzaga University, a Jesuit liberal arts institute in Spokane (Washington), to provide students and prospective students with two bootcamps, namely Cybersecurity and Software Engineering.
Employment for information security analysts and software developers is anticipated to increase over the next ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Sanam Raza, Vice President and General Manager of University Partnerships at Springboard, shared, "We want to do all that we can to provide the knowledge and support to meet the surge in demand for talent in these fields," She added, "We look forward to working alongside Gonzaga to help close this skills gap in the tech workforce and share in their commitment to expanding what a 21st century educational institution can do."
(Source – Business Wire)
This is Springboard's first university collaboration in 2023 and its tenth collaboration overall. With a proven track record of success, Springboard has emerged as a leading partner for universities looking to broaden their offerings to students through asynchronous e-learning. Springboard's exceptional, cohort-based, human-guided programs combine one-on-one mentoring with live and instructor-led lessons.
Springboard's curriculum is developed by experts in the field, and students receive hands-on assistance from industry professionals as well as career coaching on how to build a network and land a job. Individuals who take the courses will gain real-world experience and create unique work portfolios.
The 360-hour Cybersecurity bootcamp will cover industry fundamentals, vulnerability assessment, systems and network security, security operations, and a capstone project to demonstrate specialized skills.
The Software Engineering Bootcamp covers front-end and back-end web development, databases, data structures, and algorithms, with two capstone projects included.
Students in similar programs at Springboard have received job offers from companies such as Amazon, Salesforce, Google, Microsoft, and others in Fortune 100. The programs will be available to the public, and prospective students can enroll without prior industry or academic experience. Students who complete the program will be awarded an official Gonzaga University certificate.
Founded in 2013, California-based Springboard is an online learning platform that trains students for the most in-demand careers in the technology industry. More than 20,000 students in over 100 countries have used the company's systematic, mentor-led online learning programs to advance their careers. Employers such as Microsoft, Google, Meta, LinkedIn, Deloitte, Intel, IBM, and Salesforce have hired graduates from its programs. Springboard was recently included on the 2023 GSV EdTech 150 list, ranking the world's 150 most transformative digital learning growth companies.