Here's big news! It's now easier than ever to access Curriculum Pathways resources via Canvas. In addition, educators can now access Crio, our new authoring tool where students learn from what you create. Your lessons created with Crio, as well as the thousands of lessons in Curriculum Pathways, are all
Providing educators with the tools they need to engage their students means meeting them where they are on the platforms they're using. That’s exactly why we've developed the Curriculum Pathways app for Schoology. After installing the app, teachers (and students) benefit from the ease of single sign-on (SSO) between Schoology
If you’re like me, you probably feel like there's more bad news than good in the world today. And, it makes me that much more grateful when I hear some good news. That’s part of why I love Giving Tuesday so much – it’s a day where my social media
One of the best parts of my job is hearing about all the cool ways people are using data for good. Increasingly, many of these stories are related to the Internet of Things, including: Smart pills that help patients stick to their treatment regimens. These ingestible sensors can monitor patients’
We have come a long way since Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb and the industrial revolution democratized artificial power. Today, most of us take reliable, affordable power for granted. Historically, steady growth in demand for power allowed utilities to invest heavily in generation and delivery infrastructure and to
If you're a Canvas customer who’d like to use our over 1,700 tools and lessons, you can start by simply adding Curriculum Pathways as an app. Creating Assignments using Curriculum Pathways resources Once the app is set up, teachers can get started creating new assignments with Curriculum Pathways resources. Using either the
The IT industry is littered with examples of short-lived corporate partnerships and alliances that often appear impressive but regularly end or are withdrawn after the initial enthusiasm wanes. The old adage that “actions speaker louder than words” is especially pertinent and I regularly encourage clients to look for tangible examples
Last weekend I realized I wanted something very specific: a great-looking lawn by mid-October that would require minimal effort from me. This meant that the output I needed to produce this desired outcome was the target date on which I needed to have aeration and over-seeding done in my yard.
Customers continue to validate the value of the joint alliance strategy of Teradata and SAS, and for good reason.
SAS partners always bring valueable thought-leadership and industry perspectives to customer at events like Analytics 2012 and The Premier Business Leadership Series. Joining Deloitte and Teradata to talk about big data opportunities and trends is Jarrod Vawdrey, data scientist with Greenplum, a division of EMC. Vawdrey will be hosting one of
As I mentioned in my last blog post, Analytics 2012 will offer you opportunities to hear from a few of our valued partners, including Teradata, who will be hosting three roundtable discussions that are sure to satisfy your analytics appetite: The Analytic Challenges of Unstructured Data Considerations for Determining Analytic
What do SAS technology partners think about the “big data” craze? Is it real or hype? And if it's real, what skills do you need to embrace big data opportunities? At our upcoming events, Analytics 2012 and The Premier Business Leadership Series, you’ll get the opportunity to ask these questions of our partners in
Today I am happy to present a timely guest blog post from Toshi Tsuboi. Toshi is a SAS Customer Intelligence Product Manager, and is closely involved with the recently announced SAS and Sword Ciboodle partnership. When Toshi came to me to discuss a guest post on this topic, I couldn’t
I’ve read - and heard - that SAS spoils its employees. I’ve been at SAS for six months, and it’s true. A great example is the training. Earlier this week, I was invited to attend a SAS® Hands-On Workshop. The workshop is actually designed for customers, but open to everyone.