5 Ways STEM Education is Leading the Logistics Industry

June 3, 2019

The studies of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) have shaped the logistics industry into what it is today. Logistics, the discipline that manages the shipping and distribution of goods to consumers, has made momentous strides in recent years with help from new technology. For students, logistics is an interesting and challenging field to pursue.

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Capella University

Capella University (www.capella.edu) is a regionally accredited online university* that offers online degree programs designed to help working adults advance in their careers. Over 70 percent of Capella students are currently enrolled in master's or doctoral degree programs in business, counseling, education, health administration, human resource management, human services, information technology, nonprofit management and leadership, nursing, psychology, public administration, public health, public safety, and social work. Capella also offers bachelor's degree programs in business, information technology.

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5 Benefits Of Artificial Intelligence In eLearning

Infographic | December 17, 2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a term that refers to machines, especially computer systems that simulate human intelligence processes. Here are 5 benefits of using AI in eLearning. Want to be able to interact with an instructor in your native language? This is practically not possible unless the instructor speaks your language. But with an AI assistant integrated into your eLearning course, you can ask questions in your native language.

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A GUIDE TO DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM INFOGRAPHIC

Infographic | June 7, 2022

Simply put, “diversity” refers to the fact that everyone in a classroom is unique. Students may come from different cultural backgrounds, their families may face varying economic circumstances, or they may have different religious beliefs. Even with similar backgrounds, however, individual students may read at different levels or be more athletic than others. No matter how much common ground students share, each one has a unique personality. The challenge for the classroom teacher: Recognize these differences and create an environment where everyone has the opportunity to learn while also respecting one another.

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E-Learning: What the Numbers Say

Infographic | August 12, 2022

The worldwide market for mobile learning will reach $325 billion in 2025. IBM has saved $200 million since switching to eLearning. Coursera student enrollment has surged by 438% in the last two years. In 2020, 180 million learners worldwide used massive open online courses.

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7 Steps for Selecting Adaptive Courseware

Infographic | February 14, 2020

How do colleges and universities decide which courseware to use? With so many options to review, how do you determine which are most relevant to your goals? Contacted 16 institutions working with Every Learner Everywhere, a network that supports innovation in teaching practices, to learn about their preferred procurement methods. Below are seven steps to a successful process for selecting adaptive courseware.

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Guide For Remote Learning Infographic

Infographic | April 1, 2021

eLearning has evolved as a powerful tool for imparting information and skills to employees in various training and corporate companies. For learners and students, it is a convenient, consistent, and flexible way to learn.

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How Technology in Schools Has Changed Over Time

Infographic | February 4, 2020

Can you imagine attending a school where whiteboards weren’t used,there were no handheld calculators, and headphones weren’t available? Travel back in time about 50-60 years, and that’s exactly what you’d get. This infographic takes a look at the changes of technology in school settings from the early 1900’s to present day.

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Capella University

Capella University (www.capella.edu) is a regionally accredited online university* that offers online degree programs designed to help working adults advance in their careers. Over 70 percent of Capella students are currently enrolled in master's or doctoral degree programs in business, counseling, education, health administration, human resource management, human services, information technology, nonprofit management and leadership, nursing, psychology, public administration, public health, public safety, and social work. Capella also offers bachelor's degree programs in business, information technology.

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