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Oasis Senior Advisors Brings Alzheimer Education to SWFL with Mobile VDT
Oasis Senior Advisors Brings Alzheimer Education to SWFL with Mobile VDT
2/23/2017 9:13:27 AM
Oasis Senior Advisors launched its very own Mobile Virtual Dementia Tour® unit at Autumn Leaves of Estero in October. A well attended event for the public and senior industry healthcare employees providing a simulated experience to recreate what it is like for someone living with dementia.  Since that launch, Oasis Senior Advisors has filled many requests from assisted …
Author and Granddaughter Teams Up in a One-of-a-Kind Book of Mysteries
Author and Granddaughter Teams Up in a One-of-a-Kind Book of Mysteries
2/21/2017 3:25:06 PM
Author and professional engineer Ray A. Jones gives a new face to animals, villains, and heroes. In his children’s book entitled The Mouse Detective Agency, illustrated by his nine-year-old daughter, Allison Fulghum, Ray A.
Former Anki Executive Blake Hennon Joins Learn and Play Leader Osmo to Grow New Play Movement
2/20/2017 4:24:50 PM
Osmo, the award-winning company changing the way children play and learn, today announces the addition of Blake Hennon as Vice President of Distribution.
Osmo Recognized as one of the Most Innovative Companies in 2017 by Fast Company
2/17/2017 5:12:22 PM
Osmo, the award-winning company changing the way children play and learn, today announces that it has been named one of Fast Company’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Education.
Hailstorm Damages School Causing Water Damage and Possible Mold and Asbestos Concerns
Hailstorm Damages School Causing Water Damage and Possible Mold and Asbestos Concerns
2/17/2017 10:47:33 AM
Last month,  The Jackson Sun  published a report about a destructive hailstorm that caused widespread damage to a pre-kindergarten center in Tennessee.
Children’s Book Pays Tribute to Late Pooch
Children’s Book Pays Tribute to Late Pooch
2/16/2017 12:14:24 PM
Dogs are said to be man’s best friends. J. Wesley Porter’s A Spiritual Dog: “Bear” is a testament to the deep bond between pets and their owners.   The book revolves around Bear, the Porters’ late dog.
I.S. 98 Bay Academy students in Brooklyn, NY named winner of Verizon Innovative Learning app challenge national Fan Favorite award
I.S. 98 Bay Academy students in Brooklyn, NY named winner of Verizon Innovative Learning app challenge national Fan Favorite award
2/15/2017 1:48:08 PM
oday nine middle and high school teams from across the country were awarded top prizes in the fifth annual Verizon Innovative Learning app challenge, a nationwide contest that encourages students to design mobile app concepts aimed at creating solutions for societal issues in their schools and communities.
BMC Sponsors BreakLine Tech Program for Veterans
BMC Sponsors BreakLine Tech Program for Veterans
2/15/2017 1:35:58 PM
  BMC Software, a global leader in IT solutions for the digital enterprise, today announced it is sponsoring the upcoming BreakLine Tech program, which equips veterans of the U.S.
Getting Along with the Dogs: A Dog Sitter’s Heartwarming Furry Story
Getting Along with the Dogs: A Dog Sitter’s Heartwarming Furry Story
2/13/2017 1:30:06 PM
When opportunity came knocking on Mary Wattle’s door, she answered it without hesitation. More than seventeen years later, Wattle shares in her book, Your Dog’s Best Friend: The Dog Sitter, how it led her to follow her passion—working with dogs.
Novel technique tracks more web users across browsers
Novel technique tracks more web users across browsers
2/13/2017 9:35:01 AM
For good or ill, what users do on the web is tracked. Banks track users as an authentication technique, to offer their customers enhanced security protection.
A New Kind of Children’s Literature has Arrived; And is Free for One Week on Amazon Kindle
A New Kind of Children’s Literature has Arrived; And is Free for One Week on Amazon Kindle
2/10/2017 4:00:00 AM
“The Case of the Flying Note, A Detective Reed Mystery” is the first in a series written and illustrated by musician/teacher/artist, Alice Cotton, where young readers travel into a fantastical world of musical characters.  Unbeknownst to us, Detective Reed,  a musical half rest who was trained to be a detective, becomes involved in a wild chase after Presto, a …
Technology Underused in Education in Asia: Vast Potential from Process Redesign to Remote Learning
Technology Underused in Education in Asia: Vast Potential from Process Redesign to Remote Learning
2/9/2017 1:25:24 PM
Huawei Technologies and CSR Asia today launched a white paper on current use and potential for Information Communication Technology (ICT) in education across China and ASEAN.
Business leaders unite to boost 3rd-grade literacy, slash US skills gap
Business leaders unite to boost 3rd-grade literacy, slash US skills gap
2/9/2017 11:56:43 AM
The leaders of some of North Carolina’s most prominent businesses are convinced that increasing third-grade literacy nationwide, particularly in North Carolina, is pivotal in reversing the “skills gap” and developing a workforce geared for a global economy.
ADEQ Announces Plans to Test for Lead in 7,000 School Buildings
ADEQ Announces Plans to Test for Lead in 7,000 School Buildings
2/8/2017 11:29:38 AM
Last month, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) announced the agency was coordinating with multiple state and local agencies, public water systems and public schools to proactively conduct a statewide screening program for the presence of lead in the drinking water of schools.
Retired Aviator Takes Readers on a Tour High above the Sky
Retired Aviator Takes Readers on a Tour High above the Sky
2/8/2017 11:24:26 AM
Retired aviator Gene Fish takes us down memory lane in his book, Ol’ Shakey: Memories of a Flight Engineer.   Gene Fish’s incredible background in aviation led him to write a book that recounts the most memorable events involving his work as a flight engineer of Douglas C-124 Globemaster II or “Ol’ Shakey.” Gene has filled the book with fun, information, and inspiration …
Atos and HEC Paris Digital Centre join forces to train Industry 4.0 leaders
Atos and HEC Paris Digital Centre join forces to train Industry 4.0 leaders
2/8/2017 9:00:12 AM
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, is bringing its expertise to the fields of Industry 4.0 and artificial intelligence by joining the Digital Centre at HEC Paris.
Apply.me - a new app to help you pay for college
Apply.me - a new app to help you pay for college
2/8/2017 8:58:56 AM
Apply.me, a new app on the block, is the savvy way to search and apply for scholarships on the go. Behind this intuitive interface there’s an automated scholarship matching service that will have you swipe right at the right opportunity, saving loads of time and effort on scholarship applications.
Journalists for Human Rights Launches Redesigned Dibaajimo.com Platform with Accenture to Help Train Indigenous Canadians in Journalism
Journalists for Human Rights Launches Redesigned Dibaajimo.com Platform with Accenture to Help Train Indigenous Canadians in Journalism
2/6/2017 4:52:02 PM
Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) has launched the redesigned dibaajimo.com, a free digital learning platform to train indigenous peoples across Canada in fundamental journalism skills and help them begin careers as journalists.    Dibaajimo, derived from the Ojibwe and Cree word “dibaajimowin” – meaning a story or a narrative – is an innovative platform that provides …
Psychology explains how to win an Oscar
Psychology explains how to win an Oscar
2/6/2017 1:46:37 PM
If you want to win an Oscar it is best to be an American actor in a film that portrays American culture. A study led by The University of Queensland School of Psychology researcher Dr Nik Steffens has found the recognition of a quality creative performance is influenced by a ‘one of us’ mentality.
Engineers harness stomach acid to power tiny sensors
Engineers harness stomach acid to power tiny sensors
2/6/2017 1:14:50 PM
Researchers at MIT and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have designed and demonstrated a small voltaic cell that is sustained by the acidic fluids in the stomach.