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5 Problems With Technology In Classrooms

1. Pace of Change Not all schools can keep up with the rapidly changing technology. Upgrading equipment is often costly and schools may not have the manpower to handle the equipment. Most classrooms contain at least twenty students, which can take up a great deal of internet bandwidth in the instance that they all must access their laptop or tablet at once. Likewise, new hires may be necessary for teaching… Read Article →

The Intersection of Business and Technology

PLANNING THE PROGRAMS Hoit asks the obvious question: “How do you prepare students for business careers that encompass scientific and technical knowledge? For instance, logistics is a hugely mathematical problem, one that civil engineers have been solving for years. Is the answer to make sure every student earns an engineering degree before going to business school?” Maybe not, but experts believe business students need to learn the technology alongside the… Read Article →

Technical Program Manager, Core Systems

Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through our family of apps and services, we’re building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together. Whether we’re creating new products or helping a small business expand its reach, people at… Read Article →

Summer camps go hi-tech: Students eager to learn robotics and AI during the break

HYDERABAD: Hand painting and creative arts is passé for summer camps as robotics and research oriented programmes have emerged as the new options in the city. Summer camps for school children have undergone a seachange in recent times, moving from basic arts and craft to specialized courses in computer sciences, robotics, aeromodelling etc. With conclusion of final exams, increasing number of parents are looking forward to engage their wards in summer camps. Research oriented… Read Article →

Traditional library space reconfigured for new high-tech learning

The high school library is located in a large room with high ceilings. It once served as a ballroom when it was a former mansion.  It is a true blend of modern technology, furniture and textures with traditional architecture. “I was actually on the committee that worked together to bring the money in to redo the library,” explained senior student Andrew Beecher. Canisius senior Andrew Beecher said this new space… Read Article →

The future of education debate

Keynote speeches are being delivered by such luminaries as Business Secretary Vince Cable and Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt – with even a contribution from actor and comedian Alan Davies – and topics examined over three days include financial restraints, the reform of qualifications and the curriculum, and the skills needs of the modern economy. But of equal importance are the issues being raised by Further Education providers – the… Read Article →

Business Intelligence Analyst Jobs

Data Engineer, Business Intelligence As a Business Intelligence Data Engineer, you are a full stack data engineer that loves solving business problems. You work with business leads, analysts and data scientists to understand the business domain and engage with fellow engineers to build data products that empower better decision making. You are passionate about data quality of our business metrics and flexibility of your solution that scales to respond to… Read Article →

Career Opportunities As A Sound Engineer

Sound engineering is a trade employed in most forms of media, from producing an album, to scoring the soundtrack to a film, to generating the foley in a tablet game. While in some cases it may not be the frontrunner in terms of selling point, the sound that accompanies a media production is usually the driving force that makes a piece engaging to its audience. The title, “Sound Engineer”, a… Read Article →

Will my future job be replaced by artificial intelligence?

The fast-paced development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is at once opening some doors and closing others. As AI becomes more advanced an increasing number of tasks carried out by office workers today will be lost to automation, as those that require repetitive motions will be completed faster and more effectively by machines. This raises several questions: which jobs are safe and which are not? What jobs will arise as old… Read Article →