Higher Education Learning Analytics Market May See a Big Move Microsoft, Oracle

openpr | March 26, 2020

The latest 91+ page survey report on Global Higher Education Learning Analytics Market is released by HTF MI covering various players of the industry selected from global geographies like United States, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India & Central & South America. A perfect mix of quantitative & qualitative Market information highlighting developments, industry challenges that competitors are facing along with gaps and opportunity available and would trend in Higher Education Learning Analytics market. The study bridges the historical data from 2014 to 2019 and estimated till 2025*. Some are the key & emerging players that are part of coverage and were profiled in current version are D2L, Microsoft, Oracle & Pearson Education.

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The Core Four white paper includes a framework, actionable ideas and insights from districts who have successfully implemented personalized learning. It can help you get started or take the next step - for your whole district or within your own classroom.As the prevalence of personalized learning increases across the country, educators are considering how to ensure they succeed with their personalized learning implementations. Education Elements has developed the Core Four Elements of Personalized Learning to guide these educators as they seek to infuse personalized learning into their classrooms and schools.

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The Core Four white paper includes a framework, actionable ideas and insights from districts who have successfully implemented personalized learning. It can help you get started or take the next step - for your whole district or within your own classroom.As the prevalence of personalized learning increases across the country, educators are considering how to ensure they succeed with their personalized learning implementations. Education Elements has developed the Core Four Elements of Personalized Learning to guide these educators as they seek to infuse personalized learning into their classrooms and schools.

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Fullstack Academy Partners with Amazon Career Choice to Provide Tech Training to Eligible Amazon Employees

Fullstack Academy | November 04, 2022

Fullstack Academy, a national tech education provider, announced today that it was selected to join the Amazon Career Choice program. Through the program, Fullstack Academy will offer Web Development and Cybersecurity bootcamps to eligible Amazon employees across more than thirty metropolitan areas. The Career Choice program empowers eligible Amazon associates to learn new skills for career success, at Amazon or elsewhere, by offering a variety of education and upskilling opportunities including prepaid college tuition, industry certifications designed to lead to in-demand jobs, and foundational skills such as English language proficiency, high school diplomas, and GEDs. Amazon pre-pays the tuition, books, and fees up to an annual maximum with no lifetime limit for eligible hourly employees. More than 90,000 Amazon employees have participated globally since the program’s inception in 2012 over 35,000 in the U.S. alone. The program is currently offered by 260 education providers across 14 countries. Amazon has a rigorous selection process for education partners and selected Fullstack Academy because of its high proportion of virtual live instruction and support, strong student support mechanisms, and demonstrated commitment to serving groups who are historically excluded in tech. “We’re honored to be a partner school in the Career Choice program delivering tech training to Amazon’s workforce, not only to increase access to local, in-demand jobs but also to support local community growth,As an AWS Training Partner as well, we are excited to continue expanding our partnership with Amazon – helping to develop new cloud talent through the integration of AWS Cloud Practitioner training and certification. Fullstack Academy Career Choice program graduates will be prepared to complete AWS Cloud Practitioner certification and exam vouchers are included with the program. Together with Amazon, we are committed to providing valuable tech education, job search resources, and continuous improvements to the student experience.” Jerrad Tausz, CEO of Fullstack Academy. Fullstack Academy’s Web Development Bootcamp teaches full stack JavaScript, giving students a foundation in both front- and back-end web development and the crucial programming skills needed for in-demand coding jobs. Bootcamp students will graduate with a portfolio to showcase the knowledge and skills required to be hired for roles like web developer, backend engineer, and computer programmer. The Cybersecurity Bootcamp teaches students how to monitor and secure systems, networks, and applications, as well as deploy offensive and defensive tactics needed to appropriately respond to cyber breaches. As part of the bootcamp, students will train for roles such as Information Technology (IT) help desk specialist, systems support specialist, and cybersecurity analyst. These part-time, 30-week training programs are designed for Amazon associates to pursue high-quality career training in tech while continuing to balance work or other commitments. All courses are instructor-led and 100% online. Fullstack Academy places a strong emphasis on career services, including networking opportunities and career counseling. In addition, Fullstack Academy has a hiring partner network of over 840 companies across the U.S., including companies like Bloomberg, Spotify, and Etsy. We’re committed to providing our employees with best-in-class support as they seek to advance their careers,” said Tammy Thieman, global director of Career Choice at Amazon. “Our partner network of educators offers access to in-demand skills training, further education opportunities, and job placement resources in high-growth fields. Career Choice is proud to add Fullstack Academy to our robust list of career training partners for Amazon employees looking to build their skills in the tech industry. About Fullstack Academy Fullstack Academy is a national tech education provider based in New York City. Founded in 2012, it offers web development, cybersecurity, data analytics, DevOps, and product management bootcamps. Fullstack Academy also offers the Grace Hopper Program, an immersive software engineering course for women and non-binary students, in addition to partnerships with leading universities nationwide, including Virginia Tech, Caltech CTME, and Louisiana State University. Graduates have been hired by Google, Facebook, Amazon, Fortune 100 firms, and startups.

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EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

BoomerangFX E-Learning platform expands to Asia-Pacific and Europe

BoomerangFX | November 23, 2022

BoomerangFX, a cloud-based, global integrated practice management software, digital marketing, and educational solution provider to the private-pay aesthetic medicine industry, is expanding its reach beyond North America. Having experienced demand for its e-learning solutions across Asia-Pacific and Europe, the company's educational platform, BoomerangFX LEARN, recently surpassed 10,000 participants worldwide. "We are seeing explosive consumer demand globally for highly effective, non-invasive treatments across all ages and demographics. This trend has driven an unprecedented number of new entrants launching aesthetic medicine practices, including traditional physicians, leaving managed care in droves to enter the lucrative, cash-based "med spa" industry. New non-invasive technologies, like the highly popular radio frequency fractional needle-based Morpheus8, introduced by global medical device leader, InMode Ltd. (Nasdaq: INMD) ("InMode"), have been a worldwide phenomenon and created a whole new category for safe, effective, office-based, and non-invasive treatments for facial and body reshaping." Jerome Dwight, CEO and Co-Founder of BoomerangFX The med spa industry continues to grow at double-digit rates and is proving to be recession resilient. With the entrance of 80 million millennials to the already engaged 80 million baby boomers, half of all North American consumers are potential clients for the cosmetic enhancement industry. Recent trends highlight that virtually every age group over 20 years, including both men and women of various socio-economic stature, is seeking out non-excisional and minimally invasive treatments that provide faster and highly effective outcomes without the downtime and risks of cosmetic surgery. Additionally, Dwight shared, "The industry is still in its infancy, and physician owners are seeking a global standard in training, certification, and ongoing support for their staff in basic and advanced techniques. They want to utilize the most popular technologies, like the Morpheus8, along with combination therapies that include a range of complimentary treatments such as the injectable Botox and soft tissue fillers, as well as non- and minimally invasive radio frequency devices and lasers. Alongside our core markets in North America and Mexico, we are seeing massive global demand in the United Kingdom, European Union, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, and Australia for cutting-edge learning delivered digitally. Doctors who are leaving managed care for the enhancement med spa space also need assistance in managing and marketing a private pay practice in the digital era, and our BoomerangFX LEARN platform can provide those much-needed educational tools and support. BoomerangFX currently offers hundreds of educational videos and webinars, certification programs, and content that cover a spectrum of training techniques and foundational business principles on how to launch, advertise, build, and manage a successful med spa practice. The educational resources, training videos, and companion materials are authored by BoomerangFX co-founder, Dr. R. Stephen Mulholland, one of the world's foremost authorities on cosmetic surgery, non-invasive aesthetic medical devices, and practice management. Mulholland was one the early pioneers in non-invasive aesthetic medical treatment technologies and helped to develop the underlying radio frequency technology and devices for InMode, which is one of the fastest-growing medical device companies globally. "I had the vision to launch the world's first and only specialized e-learning solution for the aesthetic medical market to enable future practices to learn the newest techniques and proven strategies to build and succeed in this exciting new industry," added Dr. Mulholland. Along with its e-learning cloud-based platform and solutions, BoomerangFX serves the aesthetic medical market with the industry's most advanced software as a solution (SaaS) practice management system, BoomerangFX RUN. It combines intuitive dashboards, integrated electronic medical records, scripting, patient workflow management, accounting, and scheduling. The BoomerangFX SaaS platform includes the industry's only fully integrated digital advertising and lead management solution, called GROW, which utilizes artificial intelligence and data science to optimize advertising on Google, Facebook, and other social media platforms to geo-target ideal customers for its med spa clients. Further, we complemented our software solution with virtual practice management consulting and coaching services, called OPTIMIZE. This additional unique feature, along with our integrated digital marketing and e-learning platform, is exactly what this new and dynamic industry needs to capitalize on the massive consumer demand. The team at BoomerangFX has worked diligently to provide these revolutionary platforms and we could not be more thrilled to be the global foundational platform driving the aesthetic medical market forward," Dwight continued. About BoomerangFX BoomerangFX is North America's fastest-growing cloud-based practice management company specializing in the aesthetic medicine industry. Co-founded by the globally recognized plastic surgeon and entrepreneur, Dr. R. Stephen Mulholland, along with technology entrepreneur and banking executive, Jerome Dwight, BoomerangFX revolutionized the private-pay aesthetic medicine industry by introducing the first turnkey practice management and digital marketing platform by seamlessly integrating digital ad placements, lead generation, electronic medical records (EMR), scheduling, customer relationship management (CRM), invoicing, and accounting in a single cloud-based service.

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LISC teams up with HBCUs on talent development program for students, expanded capacity for CDFIs

Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) | November 25, 2022

The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) has launched a new internship program for students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to help bridge the opportunity gap for students of color—offering community development mentorship and experience that gives young people a leg up when entering the workforce. Over the next two years, LISC's National HBCU Talent Development program is placing 40 students in part-time intern positions with local LISC offices and other community development financial institutions (CDFIs). Interns will support a range of initiatives, from marketing to finance to community engagement, while also participating in leadership and national networking events. The program is funded by the Citi Foundation and is specifically designed to address national disparities in internships, with White students significantly more likely to gain paid versus unpaid positions than Black students. The LISC internship pays $25/hour up to $15,000 for the academic year. Talent is everywhere, but opportunity is not," noted Denise Scott, LISC president, who held a virtual "fireside" chat with the initial cohort of interns last month. This program is part of our work to address systemic racial barriers that keep young people from gaining the experience and connections they need to compete for good jobs," she explained. "Through this program, students can earn a strong wage, gain hands-on experience, work with mentors and build a network of contacts and supporters all while supporting valuable community investment activity," she continued. "It's a win for all of us. At the outset, eight HBCUs are participating in the program, with young people from varied backgrounds and experiences applying to participate. Eryn Glover, for instance, is a sophomore marketing major at Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) in Charlotte, N.C., and one of LISC's first HBCU interns. She is working with the staff at LISC Charlotte to support fundraising, social media and community outreach, helping extend LISC's engagement with the region's philanthropic leaders and supporting valuable collaborations with local partners. I've always known that I wanted to do nonprofit work and put my skills to work to help people," said Glover, a South Jersey native who has spent recent summer breaks working at community-based organizations. She chose JCSU for her education because she wanted to attend an HBCU, benefit from a smaller university, and be close to family that had moved to North Carolina. I feel like I have opportunities here, like the LISC internship, that offer the chance to really get to know professors and mentors, and to also make a difference. I want to work in marketing within the nonprofit space, so this internship really aligns with that," she said. In Washington, D.C., Howard University senior Marsi Hailu is interning with the LISC policy team. Her early projects include mapping gaps in broadband access especially in rural communities and researching the disproportionate impact of climate events on low-income communities of color.I already knew that there is a lack of intergenerational wealth in Black and Brown communities because of historical discrimination," she said of her initial research. "But I guess I didn't realize how much that intersects with geography. It's a lot easier to recover from a disaster if you aren't already living paycheck to paycheck," she added. Hailu, a finance major from Northern Virginia, hopes to pursue a graduate degree in urban development after graduation, with a concentration in affordable housing. She said the LISC internship offers the opportunity to try her hand at different aspects of community development, going well beyond what she might learn in her finance classes. In a lot of places, housing is at the root of inequality," she said, explaining her passion for the work. "As someone who grew up in the area, I see the disparities facing low-income folks. I want to do something about that," she said. In addition to Howard and JCSU, initial HBCU supporters of the program include Edward Waters University (Florida), LeMoyne-Owen College (Tennessee), Lincoln University (Pennsylvania), Morehouse College (Georgia), Simmons College (Kentucky), and Virginia State University (Virginia). Additional HBCUs will be referring students in the months to come. LISC's Scott said the universities are eager to help students identify new opportunities for advancement—particularly given that many of the schools already have existing relationships with LISC, collaborating on local efforts related housing and economic development. "Here at Johnson C. Smith University, we strive to graduate global citizens who develop a compelling sense of social and civic responsibility for leadership and service,. "LISC's internship program is an excellent way for JCSU students to put this possibility into perspective outside of the classroom. Just as we strive to develop a better world by graduating the best and brightest, LISC does the same by investing in its community to make economic equality a reality," he said. JCSU President Clarence D. Armbrister The National HBCU Talent Development program draws on the experience of LISC's nearly three decades of work with AmeriCorps, including the Economic Mobility Corps (EMC) launched in 2020. Through EMC, LISC places national service members in positions that help build the capacity of CDFIs. We have long seen the value in connecting people to community development positions in places that they know and care about," Scott said. "Our HBCU internship program takes that a step further, focusing on gaps in opportunity for students of color, injecting equity into CDFI recruitment efforts and building a community development workforce that reflects the people and places it serves. About LISC LISC is one of the country's largest community development organizations, helping forge vibrant, resilient communities across America. We work with residents and partners to close systemic gaps in health, wealth and opportunity and advance racial equity so that people and places can thrive. Since our founding in 1979, LISC has invested $26.7 billion to create more than 463,000 affordable homes and apartments, develop 78.5 million square feet of retail, community and educational space and help tens of thousands of people find employment and improve their finances.

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