Online Education

CDL Commercial Truck Driver Training

Author: SUNY Canton via YouTube Go to Source SUNY Canton’s CREST Center offers Class-A Tractor-Trailer driving training. This is a great opportunity to learn the skills needed to pass the NYS Class A driving exam and start a career in the lucrative Truck Driving industry. This is a 8-week program, consisting of 10 hours of […]

Sunny’s Quest Season 2 ☀️👧🏿👦🏾 TVOkids CASTING NOW!!

Author: TVOkids via YouTube Go to Source TVOkids is looking for Canadian kids aged 8-11 years old for season 2 of our hit show, SUNNY’S QUEST! If you think you’ve got what it takes, have an adult send us an e-mail at Good luck! 🌞 ABOUT SUNNY’S QUEST 🌞 Sunny’s Quest features first-person stories […]

The Story of a Black Native American Hero | Paul Parks | Black History Month | USC Shoah Foundation

Author: USC Shoah Foundation via YouTube Go to Source “I guess I’m fighting for the right to fight when I get back home.” For Black History Month, USC Shoah Foundation features the testimony of Paul Parks, a Black and Native (Seminole) American WWII veteran. In his interview, Paul describes his involvement in liberating the horrifying […]

The Data Trifecta – Privacy, Security & Governance Race from Reactivity to Resilience

Author: DATAVERSITY via YouTube Go to Source Change is hard, especially in response to negative stimuli or what is perceived as negative stimuli. So organizations need to reframe how they think about data privacy, security and governance, treating them as value centers to 1) ensure enterprise data can flow where it needs to, 2) prevent […]

First Chapter Friday – Not an Easy Win by Chrystal D. Giles

Author: FollettLearning via YouTube Go to Source Chrystal D. Giles reads the first chapter of her multiple starred review novel “Not An Easy Win,” a powerful middle grade story about family, forgiveness, and figuring out who you are when you don’t make the rules. Find this book on Titlewave! Find more exciting author interviews, […]

Research programme for Digifest 2023 announced

Author: Go to Source 3 February 2023 Experts and senior leaders will explore creating world-class research and development in the UK and how the community can increase collaboration and reduce bureaucracy. Jisc’s annual event, Digifest, will feature sessions, keynote speakers and panel discussions for the research community, creating a space to debate and promote digital […]

Coping with information

Author: Clark Go to Source I just finished reading Ross Dawson’s Thriving on Overload, and it’s a worthy read. The subtitle basically explains it: The 5 powers for success in a world of exponential information. The book has balance between principle and practice, with clear and cogent explanations. It’s not the only model for information management given […]

Who shot the sheriff? Why the President of Athabasca University has gone – and why it matters

Author: Tony Bates Go to Source Well, the gunfight at the Athabasca University corrall is finally over. It was announced a couple of days ago that the university and the government have finally reached agreement on the location of AU staff. A further 30 staff will move to live in or near the town of […]

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