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This Week in EdTech: Thriving in the Workforce of the Future

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This week we look at job skills that aren’t just for IT anymore, and how VR is creating STEM gains.

Stay up-to-date on the latest news in learning with these trending articles.

These Three Job Skills Aren’t Just for IT Workers Anymore

Applied tech skills are quickly becoming baseline requirements for more than just IT managers. Read on to learn about three tech skills that will give people a leg up when it comes to thriving in the workforce of the future.

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Blockchain: Letting Students Own their Credentials

Someday soon, blockchain technology could allow registrars to help students securely verify credentials without having to order copies of their transcripts. This article explains the basics of blockchain tech and how it will help.

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District Sees Massive STEM Gains with VR

Introducing virtual reality technology to the students of a school in Nassau County, New York, has spurred more engagement with STEM subject matter and greater interest in STEM careers.

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Schools Collect Reams of Data, Inspiring a Move to Make Sense of it All

Learn how a school district in Atlanta is successfully making sense of and using its student data.

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3D Scanning Adds New Dimension to Learning

Read on to discover how one school gave its students 3D scanners to enhance its curricula and help their creativity to blossom.

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