Tools for trusting information in a world of information overload
(Kaboompics / Pexels) By Mandy Hathaway The internet has vastly increased the speed and spread of information, connecting the world in ways never before thought
Five tips for getting the best learning experience from Metro State’s online classes
NICOLE WEISJAHN January 14 2021 Staff Editor Spring Semester 2021 is here and online classes are here to stay. Most universities (including Metropolitan State University)
Digital Literacy is taught by our own
November 2, 2020 (AmeriCorps) By Pierre Young – Web/Social Media editor College students and older adults have a phobia of technology. That’s when I come
Data versus lore: an introduction to the ethical concerns surrounding Artificial Intelligence
In this part of the series, we’re going to explore the risks associated with AI development. From lost jobs to biased systems, we’ll explore the realistic ethical and social risks that AI poses.
Data versus lore: an introduction to current Artificial Intelligence and its applications
Because of its simplicity, this article is not meant to be the whole of your learning experience and educational links will be provided throughout so
Data versus lore: an introduction to the technology behind Artificial Intelligence
Because of its simplicity, this article is not meant to be the whole of the learning experience and educational links and videos will be provided throughout.
Metro State Holds Life-Saving Event To Tackle Addiction
On March 3, Metropolitan State University held a seminar designed to assist the public in identifying ways to combat the ongoing opioid epidemic. The event
Is AI the future of mental health diagnosis?
U of M researcher speaks to Human Services capstone students about using artificial intelligence to assist with mental health diagnostics.
Summertime and app learnin’ is easy
New tech columnist plugs learning apps to train your brain during summer break.
Select Slack to simplify group projects
Ghosting group members. Forgotten files. Unfair shares of the workload. Group projects can be tough to take! Tech columnist suggests the Slack app may be the key to keeping your group on task.
Metro cyber defenders win wildcard spot for Illinois contest
Metro State cybersecurity students advance to Midwest regionals after second place finishes in a wildcard round and at the Minnesota Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
Graduating? You don’t get to keep your .edu email forever
Our tech columnist shows graduates what to do before their student email accounts expire.
Put your portfolio online
Employers expect online—not paper—portfolios. Our tech columnist gives you all the options for creating your own portfolio website.
Secure your online life with password managers
Who can possibly keep track of all their passwords? Our tech columnist offers some strong solutions.
Level up your skills with Lynda
Want to brush up on skills and strengths before you enter the workforce? Metro State offers free acess to Lynda.com video tutorials.
Tech Tips: An appeal for an app
The Metropolitan’s Web Editor makes the case for the convenience of a college app.
Summer brings tech advances to campus
Metro State gets two big tech upgrades: the first cyber range in Minnesota, and a redesigned university website.
Career Center wants students to head to Handshake
Students can log on to Handshake to register for campus job fairs and resume reviews. But Metro State’s Career Center says Handshake is much more than a transactional website.
Tech tip: Five must-have apps for every student
Tech writer says these apps are essential school supplies.
Metro Analytics Club takes second at Data Derby
Metropolitan State students took second place at the 2018 Data Derby, a statewide data science competition.
Tech tip: Give online resume templates a try
Here are a few resources to create simple, clean and professional resumes that will appeal to potential employers.
A new view to D2L: Brightspace Pulse app
Metro State students can now browse their D2L courses through the Brightspace Pulse app using Android and iOS devices.
Team Metro takes third in cyber defense competition
Students fight off hackers in simulated cyber attacks
Metro State IT launches new customer service portal
‘Countless services, one URL’ is result of yearlong tech revamp project.
Digging into the data and mining for meaning
Metro State students receive award in their first data analytics competition.