Month: March 2022

Learn, leverage and jump? Or lethargy, decay and languor? The post-pandemic posture of higher education

Let’s not sugarcoat it, the last two years have been hell. Every industry sector, every organization, every business, every family and every individual has been impacted by the global pandemic,… Read more »

Parents feel less aware of the websites their child visits on school devices than on personal devices – PR News Blog

By SWNS staff // SWNSNEWS COPY WITH VIDEO + INFOGRAPHICSSeven in 10 American parents fear their children will turn into internet zombies, according to a new study.The study surveyed 2,000… Read more »

Actor and social media influencer Josh Peck explains why happy people are boring and more

Part of Kathy Caprino’s “Creativity At Work” series LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JULY 15: Josh Peck attends the Disney+ ‘Turner & Hooch’ premiere at … [+] Westfield Century City Mall… Read more »

State warns of illegal gambling platforms ahead of college basketball tournament – NBC Connecticut

As we get closer to the start of the NCAA basketball tournament, some state leaders are issuing a warning about sports betting and the risk of betting through platforms that… Read more »

Higher education has a morale problem, opposing higher pay will make it worse

Young male mental health instructor advising seated female students in alternative therapy session … [+] in the university class Getty College and university staff have been struggling and suffering from… Read more »

Social media stars Loren Gray, Paulina Porizkova and Cassie Petrey explain how to get rich by being real

Paulina Porizkova speaks at the Forbes 30/50 Summit in Abu Dhabi on Monday. Colin Baldwin/Forbes When Paulina Porizkova started modeling at age 15, she often felt more like a puppet… Read more »

What is VNC? | ITProPortal

What is VNC? VNC (Virtual Network Computing) is a remote office-sharing system that you can use to control another computer in different place. VNC-based remote desktop tools are lightweight and… Read more »

Authors of New Statewide Social Studies Standards Criticize Revised Version: ‘It’s Blatant’ | Education

Some of the authors of the first draft of new social studies standards disavowed the final version approved Wednesday by Louisiana’s top school board and said they had been unfairly… Read more »

Supreme Court’s Thomas calls for fresh look at granting broad immunity to Facebook

The Supreme Court should reconsider whether federal law grants social media sites like Facebook broad legal immunity when used to commit crimes, Justice Clarence Thomas said Monday. Thomas’ comments came… Read more »

Utah researchers have linked hundreds of rapes to dating sites. A lawmaker is trying to make these apps safer.

Editor’s Note • This story is available only to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Please support local journalism. Five years ago, Julie Valentine, a forensic nurse and professor at Brigham Young… Read more »

The Green Building Council will help 20 sites in the San Fernando Valley reduce their energy and water consumption – Daily News

The U.S. Green Building Council-Los Angeles announced Wednesday, March 2, a program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy and water consumption in low-income multifamily properties, particularly in the east… Read more »