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This Week in EdTech: Rise of the “Phigital” Student

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This week we look at what higher ed educators need to know about Gen Z, and how students are outpacing schools.

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3 Must Knows About the Rising “Phigital” Student

Gen Z is the first generation ever to be unable or unwilling to distinguish between the physical word and its digital equivalent. What does that mean for higher ed educators? Read on to find out.

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Contact Center Training Needs Technology and People

Contact center training needs to keep up with what’s expected in the real world and that means traditional lecture-based training methods aren’t right for today’s call center employees.

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New Report Reveals 10 Ways Students are Outpacing Their Schools

From mobile devices to gaming and online learning, students are starting to use digital tools to take charge of their own learning.

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The Employer-centric Era is Over. Welcome to The New Digital Employee Experience

Society, government and business leaders need to reimagine, retool and retrain their workforces so they have the skills to meet the demands of the digital industry.

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