Education in the Age of Algorithms
What does it mean to educate in the age of algorithms? Discover how schools and universities are using algorithms to teach, learn, and innovate.
Transitioning to remote work at warp speed: the digital revolution is underway in governments across the world
COVID-19 has reshaped our lives. Not only has it forced citizens around the world to shelter in place and practice social distancing, but it has also forced governments—the very entities that must lead us through the pandemic—to work differently as well. Today, this edition of our #PublicSectorNow series will take an in-depth look into this. […]
Knowledge is priceless: A Cisco Engineer’s journey from Rwanda to the United States
Cisco Engineer Alphonsine Imaniraguha Anderson shares how education played a key role in transforming her life. Now she is giving back through her own nonprofit.
Healthcare & Education – the bridge to an Inclusive Future
A rapid transformation is now required for the healthcare and education industries. Their recovery will serve as the engine for our communities and countries to emerge from this pandemic stronger and more inclusive than ever. Cisco will continue to prioritize investments, partnerships, and innovations to accelerate our support in these spaces.
Tips for Teaching GPS: The Series Remotely from a Seasoned Science Teacher
Teaching Global Problem Solvers: The Series (GPS: The Series) is an easy, fun way to keep students engaged in STEM. To help you get started, seasoned computer science teacher Visa Thiagarajan shares a few tips for teaching GPS: The Series online.
Attention Public Sector: It’s Teacher Appreciation Week
Join us for Teacher Appreciation Week: a week of gratitude and inspiration as we bring teachers to the forefront.
Update: Time to submit your video for Connect Your Classroom Contest!
In our last blog we announced the Connect Your Classroom Contest and the opening of pre-registration. Sponsored by Cisco and our friends at the Center of Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC), the contest invites K-12 teachers in the U.S. to tell us how they’re using technology to enable collaboration in their classrooms. Since that announcement, […]
Time Series Analysis with ARIMA: Part 3
Part 3: Cisco Use Case and Designing Your Own Time Series Problem This is a continuation of the Time Series Analysis Posts. Here, I will detail a Cisco use case utilizing time series analysis and ARIMA from part 1 and part 2 of the blog series. If you have not read those yet, feel free […]