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Google Meet Now Offers Free Option

Google has just made premium functionality in its online video meeting software freely available to anybody with a Google e-mail account.

Maker Mask, Pi-top to Share Lessons on 3D Printing Respirator Masks

A nonprofit maker organization is working with a company that creates computer kits to encourage people to make respirators for their communities.

WGU and Kenzie Academy Partnership Creates New Route to IT Degree

Western Governors University has teamed up with a bootcamp provider to convert credentials into credits. WGU is working with Kenzie Academy, which runs year-long online and in-person programs in software engineering and user experience engineering.

CSU Courses to Remain Primarily Virtual for Fall

This fall, California State University will be keeping most of its institutions' courses online, in response to the ongoing health and safety concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic.



Most College Students Expect to Head Back to School in the Fall

College students are now feeling much more enthusiastic about the prospect of returning to school in the fall.

Universities to Scale Faculty Training with ACUE Program

Four university systems have been accepted into a program that will deliver professional development to their faculty as part of improving student achievement.

U Arizona Announces In-Person Classes for Fall as Campus Plans for More COVID-19 Testing

The University of Arizona plans to resume in-person classes this fall, after the state began statewide antibody testing with help of the university.

Upcoming Events, Webinars & Calls for Papers (Week of May 11, 2020)

Upcoming events include TDWI Virtual Summit, SANSFIRE 2020, and OLC Innovate 2020.

11 Considerations for Resuming In-Person Instruction in the COVID-19 Era

A new set of guidelines from the American College Health Association has provided a run-down of key considerations for safely reopening institutions of higher education as the COVID-19 pandemic slows.

Major League Hacking, GitHub Seek 100 Coding Interns

While many students have lost their internships for the summer over COVID-19 closures, a group of companies has come together to put coding students to work. Major League Hacking and GitHub have announced a remote internship program to support young developers by getting them involved with coding projects.

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