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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Education Technology Insights
November 15, 2018

Education Technology Insights Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Most of the times, libraries don’t contain books on particular topics or might even provide half the information. In such scenarios, online portals act as an alternative source of educative materials.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be omni-present in the near future. AI gives computers the power to learn, reason and self-correct and it will reshape the way humans will interact with softwares.
New technologies and learning models imply that conventional learning methods are evolving in the coming years. Classroom technologies will witness learning models becoming more personalized to cater to the needs of individual learners.
Featured Vendors
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CIO Viewpoint
Curtis A. Carver Jr, Ph.D., VP & CIO, The University of Alabama at Birmingham
The intelligent agents work to improve graduation, retention and progression rates by engaging students intrusively.
Steve Smith, Vice Provost for IT/ CIO, University of Nevada, Reno
Some schools are starting to build or renovate spaces that feature classrooms with movable furniture, smartboards, and other interactive technology and that foster active learning.
CXO Insights
By Randal S. Doaty, Director of Security, The Hill School
Behavioral sensory abilities can be improved and strengthened through training, practice and testing.
By Maurice Draggon, Senior Director, Digital Learning, Orange County Public Schools
With parents now concerned about Digital Curriculum, its privacy and impact on students, stakeholders want to ensure that positive steps are taken towards education and greater data security.