- You never know where your skills will take you. They could even take you on a roller coaster!
- Ford Motor Company is sponsoring a connected car hackathon at the upcoming NAB Show. "Participants will work on daily challenges that cause them to develop dashboard apps from concept through testing in real time on the show floor."
- You've heard of jailbreaking a phone...but what about a tractor? It's happening more often than you think! Learn about it with this piece from Marketplace Business News.
- NAB PILOT shares their experience in participating in the General Motors Hackathon.
- Students of Assistant Professor Laura Gurney's MI499 Drones, Robots, & 3D Printers class welcomed Ben Goff from Maine Robotics to class today to talk EV3 robots.
- Are you a Bangor area professional looking to expand your learning? Join us for an informational breakfast & learn Tuesday morning to learn about our new certificate programs including WebMedia and web design.
- A great infographic about what happens in an internet minute, created by Lori Lewis, Vice President of Social Media, Cumulus Media.
- A little web humor to start your Thursday.
World Organization of Webmasters
The New England School of Communications at Husson University was one of a growing number of institutions selected to join the WebProfessionals.org Education Alliance. The Education Alliance is an international initiative promoting high quality and interdisciplinary Web professional education and degrees. WebProfessionals.org is a membership
supported professional association created the Education Alliance in
1997 to develop resources that enable educators to present innovative
courses and programs that map to the rigorous demands of those that hire
and employ Web professionals.
Through the alliance, NESCom participates in establishing rigorous and relevant standards in Web professional education that enables students to be prepared for a competitive job market.
Scott Traylor, Director of WebMedia at NESCom: "In addition to our students receiving a bachelors of science in communications technology, our affiliation with The World Organization of Webmasters (WOW) allows students to more easily pursue their professional certification, attend professional conferences and have access to employment opportunities as they become available through the WOW network."