Udemy, Benesse and Tokyo Metropolitan Government offer quality education to SMEs in Tokyo – The Bakersfield Californian | Pharmicx

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Udemy (Nasdaq: UDMY), a leading destination for online learning and teaching, today announced a new program with Tokyo along with Benesse, its long-time partner in Japan Metropolitan Government to accelerate the digital transformation of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Tokyo. In partnership with the Tokyo Metropolitan … Read more

Online Education Services Selects Juniper Networks to Enhance Student Experiences in the Digital Era – Valdosta Daily Times | Pharmicx

SYDNEY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. August 2022– Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a leading provider of secure, AI-driven networks, today announced that Online Education Services (OES), an online education provider, has selected Juniper wired and wireless solutions to power its improve network experience. With a secure AI-driven network, OES will advance the online education industry through its digitally-enabled solutions … Read more

Springboard and National University launch five-course partnership to offer technical skills for high-growth tech careers – The Bakersfield Californian | Pharmicx

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. August 2022– Springboard, a fast-growing personal development company that prepares students for in-demand careers through comprehensive, mentor-led programs, has partnered with National University, San Diego’s largest private nonprofit university, to offer students and prospective learners five of their career paths. The partnership launches with three courses including Cybersecurity, Software Engineering and UI/UX … Read more

Column by Sam Wineburg and Nadav Ziv: What Happens When TikTok Is Your Main News Source – Richmond Times-Dispatch | Pharmicx

By Sam Wineburg and Nadav Ziv On TikTok, you’re likely to find restaurant recommendations, lip-sync snippets, and false claims that COVID-19 vaccines contain aborted fetal tissue and that crisis actors faked the Uvalde school shooting. TikTok, along with Instagram, is where Gen Z members seek information and entertainment. They often come up with a blurry … Read more

Column by Erin Lowry: Gen Z thinks ‘the money will come back’ Is it? – Richmond Times mailing | Pharmicx

Our current generation of 20-year-olds — most of whom are Gen Z — seem to have embraced the time-honoured tradition of “living it” and not worrying about money when they were young. A social media trend, recently adopted by TikTok, shows people sharing videos or photos of trips abroad with the overlaid text, “I’ll make … Read more