Saturday, October 22, 2016
Last update: Saturday 10/22/16
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Last update: Sunday 10/16/16 @ 4:30 pm
The Digital Learning Lab's favorite tweets about how HBCUs and other organizations are promoting skills that yield more diverse employment opportunities and more diverse entrepreneurial opportunities in information technology (#DiversityInTech) ... plus tweets about significant innovations in Ed Tech and Info Tech ... Big news, interesting stories, insightful comments, and good reads ... for the week ending Saturday 10/15/16.
Calendars: #EdTech and #DiversityInTech
Friday, October 14, 2016
Last update: Thursday 10/17/16 @9:20 amPreliminary version 0.9 has been withdrawn. The final version 1.0 will be posted by 10/25/16. This version will be titled "Best States for Black, Hispanic, Asian American, and Female Tech". As per its title, the final version will distinguish between Asian American and foreign Asian tech professionals. It will examine the parity values of Asian American tech professionals. It will also correct an error in Version 0.9's handling of the data for Hispanic tech professionals. A companion op-ed – “Why Are There So Many Foreign Asian Professionals in U.S. Tech?” – will offer a plausible answer to the question in its title.
Monday, October 10, 2016
Last update: Tuesday 10/11/16 @ 8:57 pm Eastern
Black Enterprise sponsored this Hackathon as part of its second annual TechConneXt Summit Conference at the San Francisco Marriott Waterfront Hotel. Ten Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) were invited to send participating four-person teams to compete ...