Indeed, the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the entire education sector significantly. In this digital era, online education is becoming the new normal. Online education is used to provide increased efficiency, better action plans, greater responsiveness…

Have you ever been frustrated because you tried to access a website and saw nothing but a server error warning? If so, you know how irritating it is when a webpage won’t load and you…

What can communal trauma suffered in Puerto Rico teach us about the response to COVID-19? In today's Academic Minute, the University of Puerto Rico's Ricia Anne Chansky listens to voices to find out. Chansky is…

Image: An Alameda County Superior Court judge has ordered the University of California, Berkeley, to freeze student enrollment. The highly unusual order more specifically directs the university to “suspend any further increases in student enrollment at…

In today’s world, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have become popular topics, especially in the technology sector. Maybe more than our day-to-day live activities, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is influencing the business world more. Understanding Machine…

Posted by Luli Perkins, Developer Relations Program Manager The final edition of #AndroidDevJourney spotlight features three Android developers, each with their own story to tell. Over the last six months we’ve heard from developers all…

Blog: Tackling TransferIn 2018, a group of colleagues from the Charles A. Dana Center, the Texas Association of Community Colleges, the Texas A&M University System, the Texas State University System, the University of North Texas System…

7-10 watts lost: The best gear that makes you slower With all kinds of everything getting more aeroer, less draggy, lighter, more efficient, and stiffer in the hunt for marginal gains, we wanted to take…

Nearly 100 percent of the students arriving at the University of Vermont this week have been vaccinated against COVID-19, according to Gary Derr, vice president for operations and public safety. As of Aug. 24, 99.6 percent of students…

Last year, Grant Brace, a student wrestler from the University of the Cumberlands, died after wrestling practice. Now his family is suing the university for his “tragic and entirely avoidable” death, reported the Lexington Herald…