ChangSchoolTalks 2015: Highlights

ChangSchoolTalks 2015: Highlights

So on behalf of The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University, I thank you all for attending the first-ever ChangSchoolTalks event. Naza, I hate to tell you this, I know how hard you worked…We’re going to do it again! (laughter from the speaker) We often get so muddled up with all

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2018 State of the Schools Breakfast

2018 State of the Schools Breakfast

– Okay, I’d like to welcome you to the annual State of the School’s breakfast. I’m Vicki Snell, Newport-Mesa Trustee, President of the Board and I thank you for joining us this morning so early. Well, early for me, not for some of you. I’d like to remind you that your $32 a ticket, a

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Learning to See [Part 4: Machine Learning]

Learning to See [Part 4: Machine Learning]

Last time, we left off wondering how to improve on our knowledge engineering approach to identifying fingers in images. Fortunately for us, there is a better approach, and its roots go all the way back to the beginning of AI. In the late 1940s, IBM engineer Arthur Samuel took on an interesting side project, writing

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Chester I. Lewis Dream Believe Achieve Day

Chester I. Lewis Dream Believe Achieve Day

[ Amy Alvarez] This is our Dream Believe Achieve Workshop Day. We have designed it so that our students can connect with our community and discuss careers, post-secondary options, and even attend some self-care workshops. Just an opportunity they’ve never had before. We have zoo science; Tanganyika volunteered some time to come out here. Credit

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MCC’s Community Impact

MCC’s Community Impact

[ Music ]>>The impact begins here and is felt throughout our community. People we pass every day empowered through education by Metropolitan Community College. Alumni that heal, protect, educate, serve. More than half a million alumni and still going strong meaning MCC is everywhere in our community touching our lives and moving our city forward

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Reframing Cheating and Academic Integrity

Reframing Cheating and Academic Integrity

Jason Powell: We’ve all read the recent research reports that indicates that up to 70% of high school students cheat at some time during their secondary school journey. Recently, the CBC has also indicated that those that cheat in high school are also going to cheat in life. Now obviously research like this has significant

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Student Online Primer

Student Online Primer

– Hi, I’m Joon, a student assistant here at CU Boulder Continuing Education. I’m here to answer some common questions about our online classes. Here at CE we provide a variety of courses and academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels that provide flexibility in your schedule. We want you to be successful and

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