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Chatbots are everywhere online, helping with things like customer service and being virtual assistants on websites and apps. These AI-powered bots have come a long way in terms of performance, but an important question lingers: Do people actually want to interact with chatbots, no matter how well they perform? While preparing for my presentation A…
•Read more →: ISTE Certification for the Non-Traditional Educator
One of the things I enjoy about being a SME is the opportunity to improve my skills in curriculum development and developing learning objectives from the instructional designers and learning design specialists I work with. I’ve decided to take my own skills to a higher level and, after doing some research and taking some recommendations,…
Read more →: Ohio Tech Day and Ohio’s Future in Technology
Ultimately, we don’t know what we don’t know. That is true in most areas in life – and maybe even more so in the technology careers. It’s through events like OhioTechDay where technology partners like Facebook (who had a fantastic video showing their data center in New Albany) and professionals can join today’s students and…
Read more →: Three Truths You Need for Career Skills in Post-Pandemic Life
Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) was upon us as the boundaries of what is physical and part of the metaverse have become blurred. Just as in the previous revolutions, a change in culture and demand requires a new type of training for post-pandemic skills.
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Reviewing opportunities to determine those that best match job seekers qualifications and career goals. Our time is valuable, so here are a few tips to help ensure your application will lead to an offer.
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“Are you ready to drop out of college?” What would that conversation look like for anyone who’s thinking that college isn’t for them? A perspective from a college dropout, to parent and now college educator.