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Future of Work and Learning

Education technology transforms how we learn—and in turn, transforms the skills we bring to the workplace. Here’s a look at how education innovation is reshaping what it means to be a professional in the digital age.

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Looking for the latest in education technology? Or to see what’s been happening at 2U? It’s all right here.

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“Leadership Is Not a Solo Act": The President of Simmons University Discusses the Power of Community on EDU: Live

Dr. Lynn Wooten joined series host David Sutphen for a conversation on creating inclusive learning opportunities, building “a constellation of mentors,” and empowering women leadership.

Mar 26, 2021·Bannon Puckett

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From Classroom to Cloud: Resources to Facilitate a Smooth Transition Online

Check out this list of resources for tips and tricks on how to facilitate a smooth transition online

Mar 19, 2021·Molly Forman

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Morehouse's President Discusses the Seeds and the Soil of Cultivating Diversity on EDU: Live

In the premiere episode of EDU: Live, Dr. David A. Thomas joined series host David Sutphen for a spirited discussion on career inspirations, Black leadership, becoming a change agent, and more.

Mar 2, 2021·Bannon Puckett

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Diversity by Design: Meet Four 2U Curriculum Experts Helping HBCU Students Elevate Their Tech Skills with Netflix

The Netflix Advanced Java Boot Camp, a partnership with Norfolk State University, is one of a growing number of 2U-powered programs created by a diverse mix of experts for historically marginalized learners.

Feb 25, 2021·Bannon Puckett

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Guild Education x 2U: Unlocking the Potential of America’s Workforce

To keep up with the changing tides of the economy, companies across the country must adapt, and one of the smartest investments they can make to ensure their future success is in the lifelong learning and skills development of their workforce.

Feb 23, 2021·Molly Forman

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Creating a More Equitably Engaged Classroom: Step 3 - Involve

As the last step in this iterative process to create a more equitably engaged classroom, educators can collaborate with their students to build a more inclusive and welcoming learning community together.

Feb 3, 2021·Stacy Hall

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Morehouse + 2U: Creating Meaningful Educational Opportunities that Drive Economic and Social Change

HBCUs are preeminent institutions of higher education for the Black community, and becoming their digital transformation partner is a privilege.

Feb 2, 2021·2U

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Creating a More Equitably Engaged Classroom: Step 2 - Initiate

After helping faculty in 2U-powered degree programs evaluate their own inclusive teaching practices, we give them concrete ways to turn strategy into action for all students.

Jan 29, 2021·Stacy Hall

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Our Obligation: Why We Design Boot Camp Curriculum Aligned with Workforce Needs

We take seriously the obligation we have to ensure that our boot camp curriculum is tightly aligned with the expectations of employers so that students are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to be relevant and valued. Learn more.

Jan 27, 2021·Jennifer K. Henry

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Creating a More Equitably Engaged Classroom: Step 1 - Evaluate

Now more than ever, it’s not enough to be fair and impartial in today’s classrooms. Educators must actively review and reimagine how they create more inclusive and inviting learning environments—online or in-person—for all students.

Jan 22, 2021·Stacy Hall

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