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Hey Alexa, Can You Enhance Education?

At the University of Oklahoma, we asked ourselves: Can Amazon Alexa help engage college students and enhance their educational experience? How will students utilize voice technology as they graduate and move into their careers? Within the University of Oklahoma IT department, we aim to affect the student experience on campus in more ways than just delivering technology. We have found that the more a student is engaged on campus, the more likely they are to graduate. Technology innovation, like Alexa, will play a major role in that mission.

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Kicking off Code.org’s Hour of Code: Q&A with Student Niamani Knight

Hour of Code is now underway. This global movement exposes students to the power of computer science and is held during Computer Science Education Week, which runs this year from December 4-10. We caught up earlier with participating student, Niamani Knight, to discuss her Hour of Code experience. She also shared how she’s building opportunities for other students to learn coding.

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Kentucky Cloud Career Pathways and AWS Educate Prepare Students for Cloud Careers

To prepare students with the skills needed to address the massive growth and job opportunities in cloud, cyber security, and computer science, Amazon Web Services has collaborated with the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet to create Kentucky Cloud Career Pathways. This state-wide collaboration among government, education, nonprofit, and the private sector, provides blended learning […]

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