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Yakima schools use personnel, technology to monitor possible danger. As a member of an informal parents’ group concerned about school safety, Flynn is interested in a technology called 911 geofencing. The program is already in use in more than a dozen school districts in Washington, including nine in the Yakima Valley. The program creates a virtual perimeter, typically three quarters of a mile, around a school. But a school could have the perimeter set at any size. When police are sent into the perimeter in response to a serious incident, an alert is sent to Educational Service District 105, an agency that provides a wide range of services for school districts in the region. Four people working in ESD 105’s school Safety and Operations Center monitor the system for alerts from across the state, said district technology coordinator Chris Weedin.

AR in Education Market - Rise in Trend of IoT Technology Is Likely to Impact the Growth of AR in Education. Rise in emphasis on collaborative and experimental learning is likely to drive the growth prospects of AR in the education market over the forecast period. Introduction of AR in education through various applications and interactive textbooks is likely to facilitate student oriented learning. Experimental learning is a crucial way to obtain new and innovative skills as it involves learning on the basis of conceptualization, observation, and testing situations.

Glimmers of hope for women in the male-dominated tech industry. The numbers at some colleges offer a glimmer of hope in an otherwise male-dominated industry. At Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, women represent about a third of computer-science students. It’s hardly gender parity, but the numbers are higher than they were five years ago.

Academic futures, notes from a great conversation, March 7 edition. One of the common themes across many of the Academic Futures discussions is the role of technology in our education mission. In some cases, discussions focused on distance education to support non-residential students and programs at CU Boulder. In others, the focus was using technology to create innovative on-campus learning environments for our students that meet their needs and ours.  

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