Engineering and computer science students at two universities in Ohio soon will have the opportunity to learn how to hack into computers and what it takes to protect them. Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University will launch courses in the fall to help train the next generation of cybersecurity experts. The courses were designed with funding from the National Science Foundation.
While financial advisers can benefit from the social media platform LinkedIn, they are still subject to rules regulating its use, especially when it comes to client testimonials. This article walks readers through steps to make sure LinkedIn endorsements are both compliant and effective.
Natural disasters can ravage communities, disrupting lives and businesses, but there are ways to prepare to minimize damage and aid in recovery. This article discusses how CPA firms should prepare a disaster-response plan to protect employees and ensure the survival of their business.
The latest edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders will combine disorders of reading, mathematics and written expression into a single diagnosis called specific learning disorder, psychologist and special-education researcher Rosemary Tannock writes in this blog post. "But research has shown that these areas of learning are highly interrelated and shouldn't be divided as though they were separate disorders," writes Tannock, who worked on the revisions with other experts.
As the school year comes to a close, a special education co-teacher reflects in this blog post on the lessons she's learned and the support she received at CEC's recent national conference. She writes about some of the professionals she connected with, who both shared her concerns about students with special needs and encouraged her to continue on her path as a special educator.