Education

 

There’s been a major transformation in how K-12 schools and universities are now supporting remote learning. Continuity and instructional planning are pertinent to ensure productivity among administrators, faculty/teachers, and students. HP has developed resources for administrators, faculty, and IT professionals tasked with finding solutions to operate in the new norm of distance learning.

 
 

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K12 Distance Learning Resources

As K-12 shifts to remote learning and instruction, schools must be able to access the right resources and tools to sustainably support virtual lessons, assignments, and more. Learn more about free resources from HP that can help them adapt. Watch the video.

 
 

HiEd Distance Learning Resources

College and university faculty now deliver the majority of their courses online, while administrators are busy developing continuity plans for remote working and distance learning. Learn more about free HP resources that can help higher ed institutions during this transition. Watch the video.

 

Remote Access to High-Performance Computing

One hurdle of virtual instruction and remote learning is ensuring students, faculty, and researchers can continue to access software applications that may not be available on their personal devices. Experts from HP talk about the devices and resources available to help schools overcome this challenge. Watch the video.

 
 

Learning and Instructional Continuity Planning

Universities and K-12 schools are quickly adapting to the monumental transition to remote learning. Kick start your learning and instructional continuity planning to ensure administrators, faculty, and students stay productive. Watch the video.

 
 

Confronting Virtual Teaching Challenges

Schools now face the challenge of delivering a better experience for students, faculty, and administration making the shift to online learning and remote working. Learn how you can enhance virtual instruction and get the most out of it. Watch the video.

 
 

Cybersecurity in the Age of Teach and Learn from Home

While universities and K-12 institutions transition to a remote learning and working model, protecting students’, faculty’s, and researchers' PCs and printers is vital. Explore best practices for securing their interests. Watch the video.

 
 

On-Demand Webinars

 
Edweek Webinar: Teaching on a Hybrid Schedule: How to Balance Remote Learning and In-Person Classes (Oct. 1)
 

Edweek Webinar: Teaching on a Hybrid Schedule: How to Balance Remote Learning and In-Person Classes

In many schools this year, some students are working from home and others are in physical classrooms. The system presents a host of instructional questions: How do teachers make time to work with students in each group? And how can schools ensure that learning stays coherent for kids who may be switching between distance and in-person classes? Learn from educators as they explain how they’re handling this challenge. Watch the video.

 
The New Shape of Learning
 

The New Shape of Learning

The pandemic has drastically changed the world of higher-ed. What comes next? Join HP & The Chronicle of Higher Education for a virtual forum with college leaders and futurists to explore the trends that will transform our post-pandemic world. Watch the video.

 
The New Shape of Work (Oct. 8)
 

The New Shape of Work

The future of work continues to change with rapid advancements in technology and a shift in the office culture due to Covid-19. How will colleges evolve and adapt to help their students meet the challenges of a yet uncertain career path? Our Virtual Event, The New Shape of Work seeks to find out. Watch the video.

 
Community Colleges, Covid, and Change
 

Community Colleges, Covid, and Change

Join us for a virtual forum on Monday, July 27, to hear how community and technical colleges can weather the Covid-19 crisis and what lessons 2- and 4-year universities can learn from these institutions. Watch the video.

 
The Remote Research Enterprise: Part I
 

The Remote Research Enterprise: Part I

Colleges and universities have quickly shifted their classes online, but opening up research, labs, and ongoing scientific experiments to remote possibilities is a much harder task. Join us for the first session in a two-part virtual forum series, highlighted with an interview of Mike Belcher, Director of EdTech Innovation, HP Inc., to discuss how institutions can maintain research continuity given the uncertainty of the pandemic. Watch the video.

 
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The Remote Research Enterprise: Part II

Join HP & The Chronicle of Higher Education for a Part II virtual forum on Thursday, July 16, as a new group of top scientific experts continue to examine what the pandemic means for the immediate challenge of pivoting to conducting research remotely and what tools are available to help. Watch the video.

 
Webinar: Innovation and Leadership in the Coronavirus Era (Chronicle of Higher Education)
 

Webinar: Innovation and Leadership in the Coronavirus Era (Chronicle of Higher Education)

Can colleges pursue meaningful change when everything around them is uncertain? How do they continue to innovate? The Chronicle's Goldie Blumenstyk answers these questions and more in a virtual forum exploring the changing landscape of college education and societal behavior. Watch the video.

 
Webinar: Virtual High Performance Computing
 

Webinar: Virtual High Performance Computing

Ensuring students, faculty, and researchers can continue to access high-end and specialized software applications from home is crucial. Watch this live webinar to learn about the devices and resources available to help K-12 and higher education adapt to the new remote working, teaching, and learning model. Watch the video.

 
 

Webinar: Distance Learning in a Crisis

As schools remain closed in a world that’s undergoing a paradigm shift, they’re still adjusting with the transition to distance learning. HP Spotlight School, Lone Star Middle School, Nampa, ID, is implementing equitable distance learning through the powerful use of technology. Hear tips on how to engage all stakeholders through distance learning. Watch the video.

 
 

Supporting Displaced Students in the Midst of Crisis

The Pandemic has certainly highlighted many “Unfinished Learnings” in the last 6 months. One of increasing interest is the plight and risk to our displaced students. In this discussion our esteemed Panel will share some perspective from a large tech company Chief Diversity Officer as well as the Chancellor of the University of California Merced, including ideas to keep potentially displaced students safe, connected, enrolled, learning and ready for the future, even with the challenges swirling around them. Watch the video.

 
Webinar: Cybersecurity in the Age of Teach and Learn from Home
 

Webinar: Cybersecurity in the Age of Teach and Learn from Home

Protecting students’, faculty’s, and research department’s PCs and printers has become top priority for colleges, universities, and K-12 institutions transitioning to remote learning and working. Join this webinar to learn best practices for securing your institutional interests and devices while operating in the new norm. Watch the video.

 

Resources

 
 
 

Converting College Non-Completers into Graduates

 

As concerns mount among college leaders about graduation rates and enrollment limiting factors impacting student populations, stop-out students have become a valued commodity. Learn more about the strategies a growing number of colleges have devised to draw these students back.

 
 

Trends in Training Tomorrow’s Tech Workforce

 

As companies leap into new innovations in advanced manufacturing, artificial intelligence (AI), data analytics, the Internet of Things, machine learning, and robotics, they will look more and more toward two-year colleges to prepare the workers of tomorrow. Learn more about how community colleges and technical colleges have put in force several job-readiness trends to train rising STEM employees. Learn more.

 
Remote Learning Without Compromise
 

Remote Learning Without Compromise

 

Compute-intensive student and faculty users share a need for high-end computing because they’re generating the ideas—and even breakthroughs—that give your institution an innovation reputation. These learners and instructors are the ones who need to collaborate worldwide on graphics-intensive apps, analyze big data live in the field, or create award-winning projects overnight. Learn more about how you can help meet the demands of your creative and technical programs. Read more.

 
4-Step Action Plan for Accelerating Your Remote Learning Workflows
 

4-Step Action Plan for Accelerating Your Remote Learning Workflows

 

For many in education, remote access to files through VPNs and meeting bridges is sufficient. But for the kind of work they do, many technical and creative programs depend on the powerful systems, software, and infrastructure that are typically found only on campus. Learn how you can adapt the steps outlined here to your own needs, choosing tools to enable your remote faculty and students who depend on workstation-class resources for their tasks. Read more.

 
Managing Risk for Your Fall Semester
 

Blog: Managing Risk for Your Fall Semester

 

The current landscape has forced us all to face a situation more challenging than any of us signed up for. In this blog post by Tim Thorne, read about some of the most unexpected challenges that have surfaced during this time, leadership principles used to guide decision-making and what our education system should consider as we work through this crisis. Learn more.

 
 

Print in a “Learn From Home” World

 

With self-directed and project based learning facing expansion in the current education landscape, teachers, parents and students are finding themselves in need of additional resources to support distance learning. Explore Print as a way to help fill gaps in a learn from home environment. Learn more.

 
High-Power Workstation Solutions for Remote Learning
 

Guide for Educators & Students Learning from Home

 

Quickly deploy HP print solutions for teachers, parents, and students. See how you can bridge the gap to more engaging learning in a teach and learn from home world. Read now.

 
Instructional Strategies for Distance Learning
 

Instructional Strategies for Distance Learning

 

What will learning look like in the future? There's no clear, universal answer, but schools can still prepare. Get insights into how you can be ready for blended learning. Watch the video.

 
High-Power Workstation Solutions for Remote Learning
 

Blog: High-Power Workstation Solutions for Remote Learning

 

Unexpected school closures are disrupting university research and creating learning gaps in STEM education. Give K-12 and higher education students access to powerful on-campus workstations with HP ZCentral solutions. Read more.

 
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Blog: Learning and Instructional Continuity Planning

 

Education’s new normal is here, whether we’re ready for it or not. Help educators prepare for all possible scenarios with proactive plans for learning and instructional continuity. Read more.

 
HP Remote Worker Cybersecurity Best Practices
 

White Paper: HP Remote Worker Cybersecurity Best Practices

 

Many employees are now working remotely, so it's important to not overlook cybersecurity hygiene. Check out these tips for protecting employees, systems, and data while reducing the risk of an accidental or malicious security breach. Read more.

 
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