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Upcoming Events, Webinars & Calls for Papers (Week of Feb. 3, 2020)

Upcoming events include the 2020 ITC Annual Conference - eLearning, TDWI Las Vegas Conference, and Innovations 2020.

Program Aims to Propel CC Graduation Rates

A new program from MDRC is gaining a tailwind as it pursues helping more low-income students and students of color graduate from community college within three years.

Higher Ed Tech Investments Soar

According to a report that tracks global learning tech investment trends, investments directed to higher education technologies saw a substantial bump in the last year, while investments specifically in Pre-K–12 sunk dramatically.

New England College Wins Esports Sponsorship

The esports club at New England College has secured corporate support in the form of a sponsorship deal with HyperX, a manufacturer of computer memory and high-performance gaming components.



Resurgence in Traditional PCs After 7 Years of Decline

In the United States and worldwide, traditional PCs saw positive growth in the fourth quarter of 2019 and for the full year, ending "seven consecutive years of market contraction."

U Louisville Hosting Esports Tourney for High School, College Players

Kentucky's University of Louisville and Jefferson County Public Schools will host a new esports competition in a few months.

James Madison U Incorporates Job Feed into Undergrad Major Webpages

Students who view the webpages for each undergraduate major at James Madison University can now see a live feed of related job opportunities.

Growth Predicted for 3D Scanners Thanks to Affordability of High-End Features

3D scanners are expected to see rapid growth in the next few years. The devices allow users to scan real-world objects to convert them into 3D models for a range of purposes, including 3D printing.

Affordable Learning Georgia Releases Interactive OER Lab Manual

Two faculty members from the University of Georgia have developed a lab manual for anatomy and physiology and made it available as an open educational resource.

Gale to Bring Udemy Learning Content to Libraries

A partnership between Gale and Udemy is bringing learning video content from Udemy to public libraries. "Gale Presents: Udemy" will provide library patrons with access to 3,500 on-demand video courses in 75 different topics from Udemy's business collection.

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