Teachers as Entrepreneurs: Applying Ed Tech to Better Learning Outcomes
I happened across a great (albeit non-Webster’s) definition of “entrepreneur” from the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center website today: -- Entrepreneur/ noun en.tre.pre.neur Someone who’s willing to sacrifice sleep, sanity,...
Education at Cisco Live!
Our biggest event of the year kicks off on Monday, and we wanted to give you all the information you’ll need to follow along with Education at Cisco Live US...
Interview with DevNet Creator – Joel W. King
This blog is an interview with Joel W. King, Principal Architect at World Wide Technology, a Cisco Gold Certified Partner and Learning Partner. Learn how Joel became a #DevNetCreator!
A New Type of Classroom, Minus the Room
Imagine a classroom where learning could take place 365 days a year. That's what our Cisco partner @Logicalis created for Youngstown State University
What’s next for E-rate?
The E-rate filing window closed March 27. More than 21,000 schools and libraries are awaiting a funding decision. What’s happening behind the scenes? How can you plan for what’s next?
Serverless in the Datacenter: FaaS on K8s at DevNet Create
See what all the serverless buzz is about, what makes it so different from microservices, and how you could run it all inside your data center leveraging your existing infrastructure.
Fashion Meets the Internet of Things to Keep Women Safe
Hear more insights from Aditi and other inspiring women in technology by registering for the April 18th session of Women Rock-IT.