Tag Archive: digital education

Learning to Code – The Ultimate Cheat Sheet

November 24, 2020 8:05 am Published by

There are a ton of people exploring the idea of learning to code. Where are people learning to code? Coding boot camps, coding camps and coding dojos are popping up everywhere. While the jury is still out on whether or not the government should offer financial aid to students signing up for coding boot camps, (See Slate.com article titled: Great! Now Washington Wants to Ruin Coding Boot Camps), a lot of people are getting excited about learning to code. If you have set your next career goal as learning to... View Article

Teaching Job Skills Employers Want With Digital Education

March 13, 2017 11:14 am Published by

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania has launched a new digital education initiative. The program officially titled “Technology Applications for Professional Success” is funded by Title III grants to strengthen Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).  The project started off in a rather unique way that involved students — “updating” the university’s story on Wikipedia. According to Dean of Student Affairs, Marcia Robinson, the goal of the program is to make sure students understand the way that technology and the new economy of information are having “an impact in our everyday lives.”... View Article



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