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Understanding Child Data Privacy for Distance Learning

During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of students are making the difficult transition to distant learning—and parents and teachers are making the transition with them. This sudden switch to distant learning poses unique questions about child data privacy and how to protect students’ personal information. Furthermore, many parents and educators may not even be aware these […]

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Tips for Making Your Online Classroom Interactive and Secure 

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that has forced thousands of colleges and universities to shut down, the U.S. Department of Education recently relaxed federal regulations for online learning. The new regulations are intended to make the introduction of online learning programs easier for colleges and universities. They also expand federal student aid money […]

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How to Transition Your Lab to the Virtual Classroom

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is forcing colleges and universities around the world to transition their classrooms online. While engineering lab work can be especially difficult to transition to an online learning environment, some instructors are finding creative ways to recreate the activities virtually. Best practices from Stanford University advise lab instructors to transition whatever aspects […]

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Using eLearning to Support Distance Learning

At IEEE, we know that faculty at many universities are suddenly being asked to offer courses exclusively online. It can be challenging to create resources that are effective and immediately available.

In this free virtual event, Using eLearning to Support Distance Learning, speakers will share techniques as you plan to adapt your engineering and computer science curriculum for a distance learning environment. There will also be a live Q&A.

 

Speakers:

Timothy Kurzweg, Ph.D.
Director of the School of Engineering and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Penn State Erie, the Behrend College

Russ Meir
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Milwaukee School of Engineering

Jennifer Fong
Director of Education Product, Sales and Marketing at IEEE Educational Activities

 

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Due to Coronavirus Outbreak, Faculty Start Shifting to Online Learning

School closures are sweeping the globe thanks to the recent coronavirus outbreak that has sickened more than 150,000 people worldwide. From the U.S. to China, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused colleges and universities to cancel classes, shut down entire campuses, and end study abroad programs. In the U.S., at least 88 colleges and universities have […]

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5 Benefits of Offering the IEEE | Rutgers Mini-MBA Program for Your Engineers

If engineers in your organization are moving into management roles for which they could be better prepared, consider offering enrollment in a mini-MBA program. Developed by IEEE science and technology experts along with Rutgers University faculty, the IEEE | Rutgers Mini-MBA for Engineers is a flexible online program designed for engineers and technical professionals. This fast-paced, […]

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The Latest IEEE eLearning Library Courses for Continuing Education Credits

  The IEEE eLearning Library is an excellent resource for continuing professional education, offering hundreds of hours of courses designed to keep engineers up-to-date on emerging technologies and trends. eLearning has proved to be 25-60% more effective than traditional face-to-face learning. Not only is eLearning more effective, but it also saves more than half the […]

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