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Earthlings: The Play-and-Earn Gaming Metaverse on Hedera

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Gaming and NFTs are a combination that has seen an incredible increase within the last several years. It’s been noted, however, that often times within Metaverse gaming, the product is viewed as empty or not delivering on entertainment promises made in earlier trailers. Not taking the proper time for design and concept and a lack…

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How Online Schooling Transformed and Created Access to Culinary Education

Online schooling has been around since the late ‘80s but didn’t become more common until the early ‘90s. Today, all types of educational courses can be accessed and completed solely online — even hands-on disciplines, such as culinary schooling and experiential trades. In addition, even though predominantly higher education or certain trades offered online…

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Recent QSR Moves as Digital Ordering Continues to Soar

As the pandemic and social distancing persist, more and more daily activities have gone virtual. When it comes to meal-time decisions, convenience is key for customers. With the limitations the pandemic has put in place, what’s the most convenient way to get healthy meals? Many city residents use food delivery services like UberEats, Postmates, GrubHub…

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How Virtual Schools will Lead the ‘Next Normal’

For some industries, 2020 was a boon to business. Their vision and innovative thinking were finally acknowledged and given the attention they deserved. One of them is education–specifically online learning and virtual schools. Online learning is growing rapidly and is well-positioned to be the next big thing in education. In fact, virtual schools are on track…

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3 Reasons COVID-19 Should Spur Digital Transformation in Education

At the end of 2019, college presidents were asked what they saw as the greatest challenges for higher education in 2020 and the results are fascinating given the way the year has gone. Although none of the responders knew just how drastically 2020 would change higher education, their responses still reflect the most valid concerns…

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Why Using Ethical Hackers Helps Protect Online Learning

About the Author: Ashish Gupta is the CEO of Bugcrowd. — In the wake of COVID-19, colleges and universities across the U.S. have embraced virtual and hybrid learning to combat the spread of the virus and protect students and staff. Recent research analyzed the reopening models of 3,000 higher-ed institutions and found that only 4 percent are allowing…

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How to Revamp Your School’s Remote Help Desk

About the Author: Steven M. Baule, ED.D., PH.D., is an Assistant Professor of Leadership Education at Winona State University. — The impact of the pandemic on educational programming has created what will more than likely be fundamental and foundational changes to the traditional classroom environment. In general, the traditional classroom simply is not visible in…

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Empowering Through Connection: Vogel’s Pyramid Model Approach
July 19, 2024

Mission and Impact: Vogel Alcove, a nonprofit in Dallas, helps homeless children and families through various programs and services. Pyramid Model Framework: Vogel uses the Pyramid Model, an evidence-based framework for promoting young children’s social-emotional development with universal supports, targeted supports, and intensive interventions. Nurturing Relationships and Supportive Environments: Vogel focuses on building nurturing…

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MedPAC’s Miss on Reality of Home Health Financial Reality Results in Suggested Cut in 2025 Proposed Rule
July 19, 2024

The March 2024 MedPAC report recommending a 7% payment reduction for home health agencies in 2025 has sparked significant concern within the industry. Why is this recommendation being met with such resistance, and what does the financial reality of home health agencies look like in contrast to these federal suggestions? Are the MedPAC recommendations…

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Sixth Inning- What are the Stages Where Your Business Takes Place?
July 18, 2024

When you think of a baseball game, you might picture the crack of the bat or the roar of the crowd as a home run sails over the outfield fence. But for the Savannah Bananas, the game is just one part of the spectacle. Jesse Cole, the mastermind behind this innovative team, shares how…

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A Skilled Trades Career Provides a Future-Proof Path
July 18, 2024

In today’s rapidly changing job market, a skilled trades career offers a viable and attractive option, especially for the younger generations exploring alternatives to traditional college education. Recent trends indicate a significant shift in interest in these hands-on professions. On Straight Outta Crumpton, host Greg Crumpton engages in a lively conversation with Nicole Bass,…

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France Postpones Black Friday Sales in an Effort to Aid Small Business Sales
November 25, 2020

The French government has collaborated with commerce, ecommerce, and supermarket representatives to push back Black Friday sales while France is still under strict COVID lockdown. The delay will level the playing field between large “essential” retailers, and small “non-essential” businesses as consumers spend during the holidays. According to the Associated Press, France’s Economy Minister,…

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Best Practices for Data Security in Online Learning
October 20, 2020

As the global pandemic extends into the fall, it’s clear that most schools and universities will continue to rely on online instruction in the near term. However, although online instruction can help minimize health risks, it also introduces heightened security risks and highlights the importance of protecting data. This was certainly true in corporate environments,…

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3 Ways to Improve Online Learning Security
October 6, 2020

Over the last weeks, students, professors and caregivers alike have adjusted to the modern-day classroom – many of which consist of a full or hybrid online learning model. This virtual shift brought on by COVID-19 comes with many unique challenges, and one of the most concerning is ensuring optimal online learning security across new and…

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Virtual Reality is a Natural Next Step in Remote Learning
September 30, 2020

In the midst of the fall term during the COVID-19 pandemic, some U.S. universities are continuing the shift to remote learning while other colleges are only allowing 40-60 percent of students on campus. Regardless, it is a certainty that many of the nation’s 19.7 million college and university students will be learning remotely for the…

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Rethinking Online Education with Virtual Event Platforms
September 23, 2020

The escalation and global impact of COVID-19 catalyzed a sudden shift to the university experience as we know it. By March 2020, 14 million students pivoted to online education. College enrollment in the United States is now down 20 percent going into the fall 2020 semester, and typical activities such as sports and on-campus events…

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Finding Camaraderie and Resources for Teachers Online
September 4, 2020

Teachers around the country are struggling to adapt to a new style of teaching. Whether they are teaching fully remote using technology or if they are transforming their classrooms and school day schedules to meet safety requirements. While there is a ton of resources online from teachers who blog or who specialize in EdTech, the…

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What Will Make a Virtual-Only CES Valuable to Guests?
August 7, 2020

The tech industry’s most astounding innovations often premier on the global stage at CES–the Consumer Electronics Show. Recently the conference organizers, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), announced the world-famous conference will go virtual in 2021. With an event so heavily focused on networking, how will a virtual experience change and perhaps improve a participant’s experience?…

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How to Prevent Zoom Fatigue for Students Enrolled in Online Learning Classes
July 20, 2020

As schools and universities around the world grow accustomed to remote learning, people have had to find new ways to communicate and collaborate with students and fellow educators. Naturally, the most popular tools to emerge are video conferencing platforms.  Zoom, Google Meet, and Skype are the most popular platforms being used by educators. While these…

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How Online Learning Can Adequately Prepare Students For the Workforce
July 9, 2020

While online learning has been a growing trend for years, from online MBA’s to full online undergraduate degrees, it had not come even close to replacing the traditional on-campus and in person experience. But just as the pandemic has forced businesses to go remote, it’s forcing universities to go partially or fully online – over the course of weeks…

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