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Free Course: How Technology is Shaping Democracy and the 2020 Election

Democracy can only thrive with the participation of well-informed citizens. The 2020 U.S. presidential election will be historic for many reasons and all parties are leveraging the power of technology to both influence and mobilize voters. More

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Stanford’s Virtual Design and Construction Program Advances Knowledge and Practice

Technological innovation is transforming the construction industry, with advances impacting the way builders design, build, and even operate buildings.

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Stanford’s Zoom-Panopto Integration Goes Live

Beginning this Autumn Quarter 2020, any Stanford course meetings that are scheduled and recorded to the Zoom cloud through the Canvas Zoom tool will now be automatically imported into the Panopto Course Videos tool.

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SCPD Returns Home to the School of Engineering

Programs in Stanford’s Office of the Vice Provost for Technology and Learning (VPTL) have been realigned effective September 1, 2020, with the Stanford Center for Professional Development (SCPD) returning to the School of Engineering, where it

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Keeping under-resourced communities informed about COVID-19

In the township of Khayelitsha outside of Cape Town, South Africa, crowded living conditions and a lack of running water render preventive measures for COVID-19 difficult for many. "The working people live in small shacks made of corrugated

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SCPD creates guide to transitioning courses online

The Stanford Center for Professional Development, a part of the Office of the Vice Provost for Technology & Learning, has published a guide to support faculty and instructors in moving their course delivery online. Stanford Online Course

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Stanford Hosts Remote Lecture with Medical Students in Rwanda

In the hills of the Butaro district of northern Rwanda sits the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE), the first private medical school in Rwanda. Located 80 miles north of Rwanda’s capital city, Kigali, the school is located in a rural

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Stanford Online launches online executive education program with regional focus through OpenClassrooms

As part of an initiative to expand impactful, credentialed education programs to more regions of the world, Stanford Online has collaborated with the online education platform OpenClassrooms to launch an executive education program in Europe

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Stanford Online launches courses on edX

Stanford Online is increasing access to more credential-bearing opportunities for learners around the world by making our robust catalog of courses and open content available through a variety of online learning platforms.

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Life by Design

If you could prototype your life’s plan even before starting your career, how would it change what you do? Might you be happier and more successful?

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Stanford Classrooms: one size does not fit all

It’s 10:30am on a typical Tuesday morning at Stanford. All across campus, students pour into classrooms, having successfully navigated the maze of bicyclists and pedestrians along the way. Faculty and instructors prepare to introduce the day’s

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Stanford Certificate Program Honors Online Learners

Thirty-five working professionals were honored last month with professional education certificates from the Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SI&E) program. Academic Directors Bob Sutton (management science and engineering) and Huggy