The CompTIA A+ certification is the industry standard for starting a career in the field of Information Technology. The certified professionals are equipped with the relevant skills to solve business problems and support core technologies in today’s business world. Their skills range from Cloud and security to data management.
Machias, Maine — Beginning in fall 2020, the University of Maine at Machias will be the only public university in Maine to offer a four-year degree program in geographic information systems (GIS).
New Book Introduces Kids to Geospatial Science and the GIS Profession
The U.S. Geological Survey Youth and Education in Science (YES) Team has revamped their web presence to better assist with online and home learning.
Your eLearning platform may have anything a student can ever dream of, but 70% of learners feel more motivated when training on a mobile device, a study by the Merrill Lynch GoLEarn initiative reveals. From offline access and rewards programs to improved engagement and personalization, apps carry several features that are missing on desktop and […]
Some online events of interest to those who are curious about learning more on the topic of online and distance learning via Rich Schultz
Join Glenn and Rich as they discuss the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the effect on the GIS and geospatial technology sector, in particular education and E (online) learning.
Technology is a quickly-growing field that many people want to get into. Whether you’re just out of college, or you want to advance your career, there are many possibilities for degrees. Today, tech professionals have a wide range of job options available for advancing their education.
Pennsylvania State University’s Wendy L. Zeller Zigaitis becomes the third recipient of $15,000 scholarship
Information on US Education Affected by COVID-19 Available on New Dashboard