Time management must be a top priority for online teachers. In this episode, Dr. Bethanie Hansen shares four tips to help online educators assess and track their time as well as how to prioritize and plan their time.
In January 2020, Dr. Nicole Gillespie began her appointment as mayor of a mid-size town in New Jersey. Anticipating the learning curve that comes with a new position, she quickly found herself drawing from years of business leadership experience in order to lead her town through a pandemic and civil unrest.
Humanoid robots equipped with artificial intelligence are already being used in so many different ways. In this episode, learn about the future uses of these robots from transportation and healthcare to education and households.
A good night’s rest starts with a consistent nighttime routine. Here are my four suggestions to maintain consistency in your sleep.
In early January, Gavi, a public-private partnership based in Geneva, announced the formation of a global emergency stockpile of 500,000 Ebola vaccines.
COVID-19 Vaccinations: To effectively and quickly vaccinate a community twice, the number of personnel should be in the 100s.
While most people recover from COVID-19, researchers are finding that there are long-lasting effects on the body, including the heart.
Live events came to a grinding halt due to COVID-19. Will concerts come back in 2021? Learn about business continuity innovations and processes that will be critical to improving the safety of mass gatherings.