Smart Education And Learning Market Boosting Due To Increasing Preference For Digital Technologies In Education Sector | Business

“Smart Education And Learning Market Size 2021 report provides informative data figures as well as key insights regarding some of the market components. This includes factors such as market share, market size, market segmentation on the basis of service, educational content, end user, and region, growth drivers, market competition, different aspects impacting economic cycles in the market, expected business up-downs, changing customer sentiments, key companies operating in the Smart Education And Learning Market, etc. In order to provide a complete understanding of the global market, the Smart Education And Learning industry report also shares some useful details on regional as well as significant domestic markets. The report presents a 360-degree overview and a SWOT analysis of the competitive landscape of the industry.

[*Note: Our Free Complimentary Sample Report Accommodate a Brief Introduction To The Synopsis, TOC, Competitive Landscape and Geographic Segmentation, List of Tables and Figures, Innovation and Future Developments

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The administration needs to follow the science // The Observer

How often has the administration told us that it “follows the science?” I, for one, have lost count. Nevertheless, it is safe to say that it has become the University’s mantra since the pandemic began. Recently, however, I noticed that the administration opted to abandon this sound course of action. In a letter dated March 9, Provost Marie Lynn Miranda wrote, “You may have read that the CDC has issued new guidance for what it considers to be allowable activities for those who have been fully vaccinated. While these are generally welcome signs of progress, our University health and safety protocols remain unchanged.” To Provost Miranda and her colleagues in the administration, I ask, “Why?” What does the University know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention do not? What “science” can this administration divine that the nation’s leading experts cannot? 

The simple answer is nothing. In reality, the

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Let’s talk about ‘Starship Troopers’ and other science fiction and fantasy novels that wowed us on screen

Silvia: I don’t often follow the old adage: Read the book before you watch the movie — but I should have for “Under the Skin” by Michel Faber. I saw the film when it came out in 2013, and I’m afraid that when I read the novel afterward, I could not shake the impression of Scarlett Johansson as the alien who picks up men and takes them to what is essentially a meat processing facility. In the novel, her character has a more bizarre appearance and the book has a dreamy, haunted quality, along with moments of shocking cruelty. Slow, but delicious and disturbing.

I discovered “The Repossession Mambo” by Eric Garcia after I chanced upon the film “Repo Men” (2010) with Jude Law in the lead role. Both share a great concept: In the near future, you can buy spare organs with ease, but you

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Meet the new President of Bentley University

An experienced leader who believes business can change lives for the better

Brent Chrite, the ninth president of Bentley University, is an experienced higher education leader who believes business can change lives for the better. He served most recently as the president of Bethune-Cookman University (2019-2021) and dean of the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver (2014-2019).  

Over the course of his career, Dr. Chrite has helped governments, universities and foundations to develop programs and research initiatives aimed at bolstering emerging markets, entrepreneurism and capital development and reducing poverty. He has worked to strengthen economic conditions and improve business education around the world, including in Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Namibia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and for the Tohono O’odhom Nation on the Sells Reservation in Arizona.   

Dr. Chrite believes strongly that business can be a powerful force to solve problems that plague humanity.  

As the

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