As colleges scrambled to close because of the coronavirus, Liberty Universityâs president became the face of resistance. He says thatâs (sort of) bogus.
As fatalities from COVID-19 rise, so does the likelihood that schools will have to help students cope virtually with the loss of a beloved teacher, staff member, or student.
The rapid shift to tech-driven, remote learning this spring has infused more technology into K-12 education, but AI tools still remain on the fringe.
Opportunities for wider use of AI in education are opening up, but the virus outbreak could seriously delay investments in new, innovative technologies, predicts AI expert Robert F. Murphy.
Sectors of our economy such as the military, health care, and higher education are much further along than the K-12 system in using artificial intelligence.
A K-12 tech expert who runs a class for educators on artificial intelligence talks about how AI can be put to work in the classroom.
Once viewed critically in higher ed, human-resources officers are becoming increasingly involved in employment law, talent acquisition, and the rethinking of the college workplace amid the pandemic.