Meeting the needs of Generation Z makes a strong case for expanding AI in the classroom. They crave technology-enhanced learning.
By Dr. William Oliver Hedgepeth
Program Director, GovernmentÂ Contracts and Acquisition at American Public University
Are there any Luddites today, those people shunning the use of this instant, ubiquitous communication we see everywhere? The social life of the information age is upon us and defines us today. Is is possible to survive nowadays without a smartphone?
By Isabel Albino
It is easy to become consumed with work, and the pressures that come with being responsible for so many peopleâ€™s livelihoods. However, the role of a leader is not just a functional one, it is also an inspirational and motivational one. To perform well, you need to be the best you can be, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
By Andrea Eldridge
There are myths that seem to float around forever, spurred on by someone â€œre-sharingâ€ them on social media, sometimes years after theyâ€™ve been proven inaccurate. Tech myths follow the same course, and they shape our behaviors and relationship with the very technology we love so much. Itâ€™s about time to get some of those myths debunked.
By Dr. Deanne Larson
Faculty Member, Information Technology at American Public University
The consistent evolution of technology has produced the need for new IT skills over the last two decades. Couple this with the explosion of data, and it shouldn’t be surprising to see a demand for IT resources that support business analytics and the processing of what is known as Big Data.