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Tag: online learning

“SheDares” free online learning program encourages women to consider a career in tech

At Amazon Web Services (AWS), we are committed to fostering a more diverse, inclusive, accessible, and equitable workforce. We know that diversity in teams and leadership is a critical driver of innovation. As part of this commitment, we’re collaborating with The Dream Collective, a diversity, equity, and inclusion consultancy, to launch SheDares. SheDares is a […]

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For a challenge you won’t want to miss, join episode 4 of the Twitch AWS Power Hour

We are now three episodes into the seven-week AWS Power Hour: Machine Learning series. Are you caught up? If not, catch the recorded streams! And make sure you join us for episode 4 this Thursday, August 13 at 4 p.m. PST on Twitch. What happened in episode 3 Mona Mona, AWS Principle Solution Architect, joined […]

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5 Dos and 5 Don’ts for teaching online

Contributed by: Andrew Schwarz, AWS Academy accredited educator at Louisiana State University We are in an exciting era of higher education. Digital native students are arriving in our classrooms armed with deep and broad experience with technology. And now, the COVID crisis is pushing us all to teach online, giving us a chance to think […]

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Free AWS Training webinars to grow your cloud skills

AWS Training and Certification has launched a series of free, live virtual training events, each led by an accredited AWS instructor with real-time Q&A chat support. In this blog post, we provide information on when the classes are hosted, why you should participate, and what free course types we are offering. You can register for […]

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Addressing the cloud talent drought alongside AWS with online learning

By Leah Belsky, Chief Enterprise Officer at Coursera  As the Fourth Industrial Revolution unfolds around the world, it is disrupting the nature of jobs and the skills that underpin them. The World Economic Forum predicts that the core skills required to perform most roles will change by more than 42 percent by 2020, meaning that […]

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