Intel® Learn Easy Steps provides adult learners the opportunity for enhanced social and economic self-sufficiency through digital literacy. Intel; Server and Workstation Systems are engineered from the CPU out to help you meet several business needs such as SMB applications, virtualization deployments, and HPC infrastructure.
Intel® Learn Easy Steps gives adult learners the opportunity for enhanced social and economic self-sufficiency through digital literacy. Intel Learn Easy Steps training is research-based, practical, and relevant for those without computer experience.
Education is the most powerful tool we have for unlocking economic opportunity and building a foundation for a successful future.
Ensuring technology access is a crucial step in the process, especially for underserved populations such as girls and women, helping break the cycle of generational poverty and driving catalytic change around the world.
Case Study: Landmark improves performance of 3-D earth modeling software for oil production decision making using Dell Precision* workstations.
Case Study: Landmark upgrades training system to Dell Precision* workstations with Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family, demonstrating DecisionSpace* software’s improved performance for 3-D earth modeling used in oil production decision making.
Study looks at science fairs for success factors that make them successful and how science fair participation can catalyze student research.
This study looks at science fairs in three countries to see what elements make them successful and how science fair participation can catalyzes student research.
ICT, Education Reform, and Economic Growth: A Conceptual Framework
The first paper (of 2) describes factors that influence sustained economic growth and social development - with national case studies. It presents a conceptual framework to analyze ICT-based education reform and create educational policies.
Intel® Education thinking tools allow students to exchange ideas, solve problems, and create nonlinguistic representations of what they have learned.
Intel® Education thinking tools use technology to allow students to convey and exchange ideas, actively construct knowledge, solve problems, and create nonlinguistic representations of what they have learned.