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Studytable Connects Students for Tutoring Help with Difficult Coursework

A Purdue University-affiliated startup has launched a software service that offers a twist on tutoring. Studytable enables students to identify peers who can help them with difficult coursework.

Free College Explorer Tool Adds Cost Analysis

NWEA, a nonprofit provider of assessment solutions, has updated a free tool that helps students identify a good college fit for their areas of interest and academic strengths.

GitHub Student Developer Pack Now Features 100-Plus Tools

The GitHub Student Developer Pack has just expanded, now featuring development tools and training from more than a hundred companies.

AI Android Teaching Assistant Gives Students Hands-on Robotics Experience

Students in an ethics course are the first to work with an artificial intelligence teaching assistant in California's Notre Dame de Namur University.

AWS Extends Cloud Ambassador Program to Students

Amazon Web Services has expanded its AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador Program to provide professional development resources and opportunities not just for educators, but also for students.

NACE Partners with Skillshot Media to Power More Esports Competitions

The National Association of Collegiate Esports has parterned with Skillshot Media, an esports infrastructure provider and agency, to scale up esports competition among its 200-plus member universities.

Upcoming Events, Webinars & Calls for Papers (Week of Feb. 24, 2020)

Upcoming events include Innovations 2020, ELI Annual Meeting 2020, and the University of South Carolina Virtual Teaching Conference.

Industry Partnership Adds Certification Training to University Curriculum

Students at Gannon University can now receive industry certification in networking technology as they complete their coursework, thanks to a partnership with Extreme Networks.

U-M Research Center to Explore Ethics of AI

The need for ethics, standards and policies for the ever-increasing use of artificial intelligence and other emerging tech is the impetus behind a new research center at the University of Michigan.

Online Discussion Platform Adds Originality Checker

Ed tech company 42 Lines is incorporating anti-plagiarism screening into its Harmonize online discussion platform through a partnership with Turnitin.

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