While unemployment in the U.S. hit a 17-year low and the stock market keeps humming along, there's a lingering sense that all is still not well in U.S. labor markets.
Purdue University is rolling out e-portfolio technology from Portfolium to its 40,000 students and 3,055 faculty members. The institution selected the platform to allow students to track...
If you're a YSU student looking for an easier way to browse course listings, check into campus events and give feedback about campus services, there's an app for that.
The online program management company 2U on Monday announced a partnership with the co-working space behemoth WeWork that takes aim at the burgeoning marketplace of workers looking to burnish their career...
As AI continues to develop, a major test of its potential will be whether it can replace human judgment in individualized, complex ways. At Georgia State University, we investigated a test case where AI assisted high school students...
Inside the Dreamline Aviation hangar at the Van Nuys Airport, industry experts discussed solutions to the STEM skills gap in the latest WorkingNation Town Hall event.
Digital credentials company Credly is adopting the Credential Transparency Description Language (CTDL), a common markup language designed to improve discoverability of certifications, badges and other verified achievements.
Tech-empowered learning platform Galvanize is leaping into 2018 with a major addition to core leadership. Alfonso P. Rosabal joins the company as CEO and a part of the Galvanize Board of Directors, in place of founder Jim Deters who stepped down in July of last year.
The apprenticeship model was once commonplace, but faded, now to be revamped for the modern workforce.
For a startup founder, pitching to investors is a routine part of the job. According to Daniel Pianko, partner at University Ventures, sometimes just having a great edtech product isn't enough to catch an investor's eye.