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Why Upskilling is More Than Just Job Training

  The current economic zeitgeist suggests that workers need to start re-educating themselves if they want to not only survive but thrive. David Blake, CEO of Learn In, thinks differently. On this of EdTech Today, David breaks down why the employers are the ones that should shoulder the burden of educating the workers in order to not only Read more

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Why Upskilling is More Than Just Job Training
  The current economic zeitgeist suggests that workers need to start re-educating themselves if they want to not only survive but thrive. David Blake, CEO of Learn In, Read more
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For Some Students A Remote Setup Meant Learning Gains
New research released today by the Center for Public Research and Leadership (CPRL) at Columbia University finds that digitally accessible, high-quality instructional materials Read more
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How To Handle the Wild Ride That Is the EdTech Marketplace
  Never before has edTech been more essential, or more coveted in the investment community. In this of EdTech Today, Liam Pisano, Managing Partner at EduLab Capital Partners, Read more
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The Value of Risk in Edtech
The idea of trial and error (aka failure) used to be a tricky subject in education circles. Now during pandemic times, it has become part of the process whether we like it or not. Read more
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Why We Need to Make New Education Spaces
As a teacher, administrator, and now designer, David Jakes has always been at the forefront for reimagining the classroom experience. On this episode of EdTech Today, David talks Read more
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Simplicity Will Be Key to EdTech Success
  Nothing about the ongoing attempts to solidify post-pandemic learning will be easy. On this episode of EdTech Today, Maggie Hallbach analyzes the machinations and Read more

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What Makes for a ‘Cheap’ Flatbed Printer?
July 30, 2021
On previous episodes of Print Precision from DigiTech, we’ve covered a simple truth – quality is the cheapest thing you can offer your customers. There’s no substitute for a high-quality flatbed printer like the Read more
The Technical Aspects of In-Circuit Test Fixtures
July 30, 2021
Critical in-circuit test fixtures, or ICT fixtures, are no strangers to On Deck with Circuit Check. This show isn’t their first mention, but, for this episode, ICT fixtures got a more in-depth look for a better Read more
Strategic Accounts—A Role for Everyone
July 30, 2021
Service Logic’s Elizabeth Barber, Operations & Communications Manager, and Sarah Craver, Accounting Assistant, spoke with host Hilary Kennedy on the importance of everyone’s role in running Read more
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Why Upskilling is More Than Just Job Training
July 30, 2021
  The current economic zeitgeist suggests that workers need to start re-educating themselves if they want to not only survive but thrive. David Blake, CEO of Learn In, thinks differently. On this of EdTech Today, David breaks down why the employers are the ones that should shoulder the burden of educating the workers in order to not only Read more
For Some Students A Remote Setup Meant Learning Gains
July 28, 2021
New research released today by the Center for Public Research and Leadership (CPRL) at Columbia University finds that digitally accessible, high-quality instructional materials designed to bring students, families and educators together increased student learning and engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. The research reveals possibilities for Read more
How To Handle the Wild Ride That Is the EdTech Marketplace
July 26, 2021
  Never before has edTech been more essential, or more coveted in the investment community. In this of EdTech Today, Liam Pisano, Managing Partner at EduLab Capital Partners, talks about the current phenomenon and what it means for the industry moving forward. EduLab Capital Partners is a seed-stage venture capital firm focused on learning Read more
The Value of Risk in Edtech
July 23, 2021
The idea of trial and error (aka failure) used to be a tricky subject in education circles. Now during pandemic times, it has become part of the process whether we like it or not. Al Kingsley, CEO of Netsupport believes that some new aspects of this risk-taking culture should remain, in both industry and the classroom. In this episode of EdTech Read more
Why We Need to Make New Education Spaces
July 19, 2021
As a teacher, administrator, and now designer, David Jakes has always been at the forefront for reimagining the classroom experience. On this episode of EdTech Today, David talks about how this current disruption makes for an opportunity to capitalize on new teacher enthusiasm and wider community acceptance of what "school" means to change the way Read more
Simplicity Will Be Key to EdTech Success
July 16, 2021
  Nothing about the ongoing attempts to solidify post-pandemic learning will be easy. On this episode of EdTech Today, Maggie Hallbach analyzes the machinations and relationships amongst government, industry, districts, and parents and explains how it is at least possible. Verizon recently released findings from its Look Forward study on Read more
How Today’s Curriculum Content Must Change
July 13, 2021
For Andy Pass, this moment in time is an opportunity to improve everything—from the way the edtech industry works, to the way educational content is created, to the way in which we teach and learn. In this wide-ranging episode, he touches on all these points and more. For example, the company recently posted an example of the changes education Read more
Discerning the Hype and Hope for Higher Ed
July 9, 2021
For Michael Huseby, CEO and Chairman of Barnes & Noble Education, Inc.(BNED), navigating a $1.5B operation through the most dramatic upheavals in the history of higher education was a difficult, but ultimately fulfilling, challenge. In this episode, Michael provides a state-of-play for the university systems rocked by the past two years and Read more
How Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Went From Maybe to Must Have
July 6, 2021
While the idea of providing mental health assessment and services for all students was a nice thought for most districts up until March, 2020, it wasn't always a central focus. As with so many other aspects of education post-pandemic, that concept has been turned inside out. On this episode of EdTech Today, Christine Nicodemus, co-founder and COO of Read more