The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is further proving the value of online environments. Not only have many organizations moved to remote work in order to continue their operations, but many educational institutions are also conducting courses... Read More
As the COVID-19 outbreak has intensified, so too has cybercrime, including ransomware.
With the healthcare sector being at the forefront of the global response to the disease, delivering uninterrupted care to patients is essential. But despite... Read More
Following reports of hackers breaking into lessons with racist, pornographic and harassing interruptions, several large districts are moving away from Zoom as a way to connect teachers and students. In addition to New York City and Clark County,... Read More
We love that so many people are finding Zoom to be an easy way to stay connected in this time of social distancing, school closures, and work-from-home routines. All these virtual happy hours, coffee breaks, afternoon hangs, dance practices, yoga... Read More
You’re probably feeling a little helpless right now as these strange and difficult days run together. Our usual calendar landmarks – Sunday family dinner, heading out to school and work on Monday morning, easing into the weekend on Friday night... Read More
Unlike the fixed amount of time in a given day, our media diets still have room to grow. In fact, as new media options like streaming and podcasts mature, U.S. consumers are opting to add them to their daily routines instead of simply replacing the... Read More
Dr. Chad Larson, NMD, DC, CCN, CSCS, Advisor and Consultant on the Clinical Consulting Team for Cyrex Laboratories.
At this point, the global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has impacted all of our lives in ways large... Read More
This is an unprecedented time in our world and, understandably, there are many questions and concerns due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The shut down of schools, business establishments, and restaurants combined with social distancing, and self quarantine... Read More
Art is a great way to help kids express themselves, get their energy out, and have fun, all at the same time. Having some easy-to-do art projects on hand and ready to go is a great way to help your kids relieve stress and take control of a small part... Read More
With the advent of deepfakes, it’s becoming even harder to separate truth from fiction. Deepfakes have the potential to damage almost anything they target—the 2020 political campaigns, local or international news and current events, even... Read More
More students are pursuing certificates and associate degrees than bachelor degrees in the United States, and they tend to be more diverse in race and ethnicity, economic status and age. That’s the overall conclusion of a recent research project... Read More
Put any group of people together and there’s bound to be a variety of strong opinions and conflict over different choices. You see it all the time with coworkers. Human nature being what it is, each coworker has his or her own agenda and... Read More
Technology in education, like most other areas of education, has fads, buzzwords, and trends that come and go often. There have been many predictions in the past regarding the future of technology in schools. This list contains a variety of trends... Read More
money and big-time college sports have been entwined for some time.
that connection may have grown even closer recently when California passed a
first-of-its-kind law that allows student athletes to hire agents and make
money on endorsement... Read More
If you were not one of the 200,000+ fans lining up to see the new footage in person at New York Comic Con this weekend, don’t worry: we’ve got you covered with a roundup of all the TV and movie trailers to premiere during NYCC.
The... Read More