Weber State University is excited to offer it's first MOOC this fall, titled "Microbes Rule the World: Effects of Disease on History". The course is starting on Monday, September 8th - so Enroll Today...
As the number of mobile devices increases in schools and districts, so does the financial liability attached to them. Here's a handy resource center to help you understand your options for managing this liability.
This interactive website from the Adult Media Literacy Alliance will help users improve reading skills by providing strategies for "Reading between the lines," making predictions, and identifying main ideas.
Molecular traps have been developed to snag and hold noble gases, such as krypton, xenon and radon. These atoms tend to resist arrest. But the new traps might grab onto polluting gases so that they can be recycled for later beneficial uses.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) is where the Ebola virus was first discovered in 1976. This nation has just been hit again by the disease. Scientists suspect this is a new and independent outbreak — not a spread of the epidemic ravaging West Africa.
The family of an 18-year-old Salt Lake City man killed by police in 2001 disagrees with the public outrage over police shootings across the country, including in Utah. They shared their story of patience, understanding and forgiveness.
One year after Draper Police Sgt. Derek Johnson was killed in the line of duty, his family is honoring his memory and the memory of all fallen officers. They say they've felt pride they feel for his service and the love of their community.