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PORTLAND, Ore., August 09, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SheerID, the identity marketing platform used by hundreds of leading brands around the world, has partnered with more than 50 brands that have made exclusive discounts available to millions of students and teachers as they prepare for the new school year. SheerID is proud to partner with these organizations to reward educators and students.

"When brands celebrate people’s identities, such as teachers and students, with personalized offers, they make a strong emotional connection with these customers," said Jake Weatherly, Chief Executive Officer of SheerID. "Brands that understand this gain new customers and earn long-term loyalty by making them feel recognized, appreciated, and special."

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Killexams : Digital Transformation for the New 'Now' in Higher Ed

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Digital Transformation for the New 'Now' in Higher Ed

As colleges and universities pursue their digital transformation journeys, budget restrictions, lack of buy-in and other roadblocks often stand in the way of strategic goals. Here, we take the pulse of institutions' Dx efforts, where resources are being spent, top challenges and more.

Digital transformation is critical to the future of higher education, yet every institution must find its own way in defining goals, developing a roadmap, implementing strategic plans and measuring results. To better understand the Dx challenges institutions are grappling with, Campus Technology polled stakeholders in our 2022 Digital Transformation Survey. The survey data, based on 218 responses from a range of higher education roles and institution types and sizes across the United States, served as a jumping off point for a panel discussion at our latest Campus Technology Leadership Summit. Dr. Thomas Hoover, chief information officer at Louisiana Tech University, Michael Mathews, VP of technology and innovation at Oral Roberts University, and Joseph Moreau, independent higher ed consultant and former vice chancellor of technology for Foothill-De Anza Community College District, all contributed their insights on the survey as well as their own experiences leading IT in higher ed.

Here, we present the survey results in the context of their conversation. (The following has been edited for length and clarity.)

Campus Technology: Educause defines digital transformation (Dx) as "a series of deep and coordinated culture, workforce and technology shifts to enable new educational and operating models and transform an institution' business model, strategic directions, and value proposition." For our first survey question, we wanted to gauge our respondents' familiarity with the term, so we asked, "How well do you understand the concept of digital transformation?"

Not surprisingly, the Campus Technology audience tends to be confident in their understanding of Dx. But if you combine the segments of people who said digital transformation is not on their radar with those who have heard of the term but don't know what it means, that makes up about 25% of respondents — a significant chunk. What do you think IT leaders need to do in order to increase the level of awareness or understanding of Dx at their institutions?

Thomas Hoover: One of the biggest things is communication — really communicating the value of IT. It's communicating what the digital transformation is, and how we're being more productive, how we're being more efficient through the use of technology. Sometimes it's "I used to print this out and sign it, and now I do it electronically." What does that mean? That means a tremendous amount of cost savings, of time freed up to work on something else, which then allows you to be able to truly transform a campus as opposed to wasting time filling out paper sheets.

Joseph Moreau: Years prior to the pandemic, we had implemented Adobe Sign for digital signatures and workflow. And getting widespread adoption was really difficult. People would say, "I understand why I should do it, but oh, God, I'm really busy. I don't have time to learn that thing. And I'm just gonna keep signing the paper thing." Of course, when the pandemic hit, that signing-the-paper option evaporated instantaneously, and people were forced to move into a digital signature, digital workflow environment. We had a town hall meeting on one of our campuses in December to talk about all the things that we needed to consider in coming back to campus-based operations, and one of the questions was, "What was one of the biggest gains that we made during the pandemic?" I was flabbergasted that people unilaterally said, "Adobe Sign. I never want to go back to signing paper again, as long as I live." That was a great move forward. It was truly unfortunate that it took a catastrophe to facilitate that cultural shift.


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Killexams : Adobe Digital Price Index: E-Commerce Enters Deflation for the First Time in Over Two Years
  • Online prices dropped 1% year-over-year and 2% month-over-month in July

  • Electronics, apparel and toys drove down prices online, while food costs remained elevated

  • Consumers spent $73.7 billion online in July, down from $74.1 billion in June

SAN JOSE, Calif., August 09, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the latest online inflation data from the Adobe Digital Price Index (DPI), powered by Adobe Analytics. In July 2022, online prices decreased 1% year-over-year (YoY)—after increasing 0.3% YoY in June and 2% YoY in May—and dropped 2% on a monthly basis. July is the first month where e-commerce entered deflation, after 25 consecutive months of persistent inflation online. Most of the categories tracked by the DPI (14 out of 18) saw month-over-month (MoM) price decreases in July.

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Prices for electronics, the largest category in e-commerce with 18.6% share of spend in 2021, fell sharply and decreased 9.3% YoY (down 2% MoM). This is a greater YoY decrease than June (down 7.3% YoY) and May (down 6.5% YoY). Prices for apparel fell 1% YoY (down 6.3% MoM), marking the second consecutive month where prices fell after dropping 0.1% YoY in June. Apparel prices had increased for 14 consecutive months since April 2021, with prices having spiked in latest months (up 9% YoY in May, 12.3% YoY in April and 16.3% YoY in March). Toy prices fell significantly, dropping 8.2% YoY (down 2.9% MoM), a record YoY low for the category in the last 31 months. Food costs remained high however, with grocery prices rising 13.4% YoY (up 1.4% MoM), a record YoY high and the largest increase of any category.

In July, consumers spent $73.7 billion online, $400 million less than the prior month ($74.1 billion). On a YoY basis however, e-commerce spend in July grew 20.9%, with Prime Day driving record online sales for the retail industry overall. Online spending in July also decreased compared to May ($78.8 billion) and April ($77.8 billion). E-commerce demand remains resilient on a year-to-date basis, with consumers spending $525.4 billion online in 2022 so far, growing 9.2% YoY.

"Wavering consumer confidence and a pullback in spending, coupled with oversupply for some retailers, is driving prices down in major online categories like electronics and apparel," said Patrick Brown, vice president of growth marketing and insights, Adobe. "It provides a bit of relief for consumers, as the cost of food continues to rise both online and in stores."

The DPI provides the most comprehensive view into how much consumers pay for goods online, as e-commerce expands to new categories and as brands focus on making the digital economy personal. Powered by Adobe Analytics, it analyzes one trillion visits to retail sites and over 100 million SKUs across 18 product categories: electronics, apparel, appliances, books, toys, computers, groceries, furniture/bedding, tools/home improvement, home/garden, pet products, jewelry, medical equipment/supplies, sporting goods, personal care products, flowers/related gifts, non-prescription drug and office supplies.

In July, 11 of the 18 categories tracked by the DPI saw YoY price increases, with groceries rising the most. Price drops were observed in seven categories: electronics, jewelry, books, toys, computers, sporting goods and apparel.

Only four of the 18 categories in the DPI saw price increases MoM. Price drops were observed across 14 categories including electronics, personal care products, office supplies, jewelry, books, furniture/bedding, toys, home/garden, appliances, flowers/related gifts, computers, sporting goods, medical equipment/supplies and apparel.

Notable categories in the Adobe Digital Price Index for July:

  • Electronics: Prices were down 9.3% YoY (down 2% MoM), bringing it back to pre-pandemic levels when electronic prices fell 9.1% YoY on average between 2015 and 2019. As the biggest category in e-commerce by share of spend, price movements have an outsized impact on overall inflation online.

  • Apparel: Prices were down 1% YoY, while falling significantly on a monthly basis (down 6.3% MoM). This is the first notable YoY decrease for the category, as prices only fell by 0.1% YoY in June. It comes after 14 consecutive months where prices had risen consistently, reversing a predictable pattern of heavy discount periods.

  • Toys: Prices were down 8.2% YoY (down 2.9% MoM), the largest YoY drop for the category since December 2019, when prices were down 10% YoY during the holiday shopping season. This is the 16th consecutive month of deflation for the category, after prices had risen 0.2% YoY in March 2021.

  • Groceries: Prices continued to surge and rose 13.4% YoY (up 1.4% MoM), more than any other category. It is a new YoY record, following a 12.4% YoY increase in June, a 11.7% YoY increase in May and a 10.3% YoY increase in April—all previous record highs. Grocery prices have risen for 30 consecutive months, and it remains the only category to move in lockstep with the Consumer Price Index on a long-term basis.

  • Pet Products: Prices were up 12.6% YoY (up 1.7% MoM), a record YoY high for the category. This follows a 11.3% YoY increase in June, and a 9.1% YoY increase in May. Online inflation for pet products has now been observed for 27 consecutive months, as pet ownership surged during the COVID-19 pandemic and demand for related goods remains high.

Methodology
The DPI is modeled after the Consumer Price Index (CPI), published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and uses the Fisher Price Index to track online prices. The Fisher Price Index uses quantities of matched products purchased in the current period (month) and a previous period (previous month) to calculate the price changes by category. Adobe’s analysis is weighted by the real quantities of the products purchased in the two adjacent months.

Powered by Adobe Analytics, Adobe uses a combination of Adobe Sensei, Adobe’s AI and machine learning framework, and manual effort to segment the products into the categories defined by the CPI manual. The methodology was first developed alongside renowned economists Austan Goolsbee and Pete Klenow.

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Killexams : 23 Ways To Save Money on Back-to-School Items

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Inflation is hitting all corners of the economy, including back-to-school spending.

In their latest survey, the National Retail Foundation and Prosper Insights & Analytics found that 38% of consumers are reducing their spending in other areas to pay for back-to-school essentials this summer. Because of higher prices, parents surveyed said they expect to spend $864 on school items for their children in elementary through high school -- about $15 more than 2021. Families with students in college are planning on a $1,200 back-to-school bill.

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"Families consider back-to-school and college items as an essential category, and they are taking whatever steps they can, including cutting back on discretionary spending, shopping sales and buying store- or off-brand items, in order to purchase what they need for the upcoming school year," NRF president and CEO Matthew Shay said in a news release. "The back-to-school season is among the most significant shopping events for consumers and retailers alike, second only to the winter holiday season."

Between the K-12 and college sectors, back-to-school shopping is expected to tally a record a record $111 billion. And if your share of that figure seems staggering, you can employ some savings strategies. Here are 23 tips to save on shopping while sending the kids off to school in style.

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1. Stick to the List

Your child's school should have a supply list on its website, or perhaps you were given one before the most latest school year ended. It's easy to get carried away while school shopping, but you'll save money by buying just what school requires.

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2. Take Stock at Home

Before taking your kids' school supply lists to the store, search your own home for items that could fit the bill. You might have forgotten that you bought extra pencils or notebook paper last summer, and your kids might have only lightly used their binders last school year. No point in buying again what you already have.

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3. Shop Every Week and Start Early

Prices change throughout the back-to-school shopping season, and you never know when a certain item might go on sale. Pay attention to store circulars and check retailers' websites for specials to make sure you don't miss out on a discount.

As of early July, 56% of shoppers had already started shopping for back-to-school items, the NRF survey found.

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4. Leave the Kids at Home

If you're thinking of taking your kids with you for back-to-school shopping, you might want to reconsider.

"Now, I realize some parents like to take their kids back-to-school shopping, as it makes them feel a part of the process, but I'm here to tell you that it's typically not a good idea to haul them along, especially young kids," said Kyle James, founder of Rather-Be-Shopping.com. "Kids are gonna throw off your money-saving mojo because they are going to want the expensive Hello Kitty backpack, and they are going to want the G.I. Joe pencils that cost five times what they should."

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5. Teach the Kids To Budget

If the kids do join you, it's never too early to start teaching them some financial literacy. By establishing a budget for their back-to-school shopping, you can make them part of the process while teaching them that money is a limited resource. Doing this puts kids in back-to-school mode a little early, ensuring that they're learning -- and your budget isn't being blown.

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6. Hold Off on Everyday Supplies

You typically can wait to buy basic items like pens and notebooks that will be on sale throughout the summer, but watch for price reductions on the bigger-ticket items, such as backpacks, or things that require a specific brand, like calculators. Snap those up when you find one that fits your budget and your needs.

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7. Buy in Bulk With Friends

Consider the items you can buy in bulk and opt to split these purchases among friends and neighbors. For example, you can shop at a place such as Costco or Sam's Club and get some of the supplies in a large money-saving quantity. Anti-bacterial wipes, tissues, sanitizing wipes and Ziploc bags frequently show up on the lists from the schools, and you might even share things needed at home for school lunches, like brown paper bags and sandwich bags.[

Parents whose children are in the same classes or schools can pool their resources when shopping to save both time and money.

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8. Search for Coupons and get Apps

Get in the habit of doing a quick search for coupons before purchasing. While you might not find a coupon to meet your needs, you could wind up cutting your bill for back-to-school supplies significantly, all because you typed a few words into a search engine.

Or, get the apps of retailers that sell school supplies - that includes stores ranging from Staples to CVS to Target your local grocery store - to see what downloadable coupons you find.

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9. Go to Amazon's Coupon Page

While Amazon is not known for its coupon deals, the mega-retailer does offer coupons on many items, especially electronics that the college-age or older students might need. Shop the bargains first when making a purchase to save.

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10. Be Cheap -- But Not Too Cheap -- With Backpacks

James cautions that backpacks are big budget busters for many families. "The best way to save on a new backpack is to always avoid the big-name brands and more importantly always avoid the character-themed backpacks," he said. "Those are always priced 20% to 30% higher and simply not worth the extra money."

However, he warns that you still want to buy quality backpacks that will last through the entire school year. If you find a great sale, it is worth investing in a backpack that could last multiple years or comes with a repair warranty.

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11. Put Off Your Electronics Purchases

If you can't find a new laptop or a TV for your kid's dorm room within your budget, consider delaying your purchase until Black Friday, when deals always abound. It will be here before your know it, and your student might be able to make do for a few months.

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12. Host a Clothing Swap

Throw a quick party, invite your friends and ask them to bring some stylish clothes their kids have outgrown. This works best if you invite friends with kids at a variety of ages. You don't want a room full of parents of only 9-year-olds. Offer to take whatever clothes aren't snapped up to the local thrift shop so parents don't need to haul them home when the party is over.

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13. Join Store Mailing Lists

Sign up for store emails and keep your eyes peeled. Think Staples, Office Depot/OfficeMax, Best Buy, Target, Walmart and any other store where you would regularly shop for school supplies.

This allows you to comparison shop from the comfort of your inbox, and with gas prices what they are, you can plan your route if you find you want to shop at multiple stores. When back-to-school season is over, you can unsubscribe.

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14. Install Browser Extensions

Honey and Capital One Shopping are among the browser extensions that automatically scour the web for coupon codes when you check out at an online store. The extension will run any code it finds and offer you the best one. Capital One Shopping also offers cash back at many sites, with a latest offer of 2% back at Office Depot/Office Max.

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15. Check Out Your Credit Card Offers

Certain credit cards offer rebates and rewards on select categories throughout the year, including back-to-school goods. At the very least, you could be earning a percentage back from each back-to-school purchase you put on your card.

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16. Look Out for Student Discounts

Many retailers offer student discounts. If your young adult needs the Adobe Creative Cloud, it's available for more than 60% off for students through the Adobe website, for example.

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17. Don't Buy What You Don't Need Yet

If you live in California but you're sending your child to New York for college, a good winter coat will be required. But not yet. Don't rush to buy that coat before the seasonal sales set in. Buy that later when it's on sale, and you probably will find a free shipping offer then, too.

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18. Join a Parent Networking Group

Check online and talk to neighbors and other parents about any networking or resource-sharing groups that might be popular in your area. These groups can offer an easy way to source second-hand supplies. You can also try Facebook buy-nothing sites to see if someone has extra school stuff.

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19. Rent That Fancy Calculator

Sometimes students are required to purchase pricey items, like graphing calculators. However, you can rent graphing calculators for about half the cost from a number of online retailers, such as Graphtor or Calcs Unlimited. Talk to the teacher to see how long your child will need the calculator so you can figure out how much money the rental will save you.

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20. Shop During a Tax Holiday

Many states offer certain days when sales tax is waived on select items, and school supplies are typically among them. CNBC reports 16 states will have no-tax days for school supplies this year - Florida and Texas are among them - but find out fast if your state is participating. The dates are limited and are rapidly approaching.

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21. Keep Tabs on Daily Deal Sites

Just like regular retailers, daily deal sites like Groupon, LivingSocial and OpenSky could have the clothing item, accessory or school supply your child needs. You can manage your preferences so that these sites will alert you when deals pop up for particular products.

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22. Follow Your Favorite Stores on Social Media

Sometimes, retailers post deals specific to their social media followers on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. To take advantage of these savings, add or follow a few of your favorite back-to-school retailers. As you're scrolling through your feed, you might just spot a deal.

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23. Find Alternate Sources of College Textbooks

The website Education Data Initiative reports undergraduate students attending an in-state, four-year public university can expect to pay $1,226 for books and supplies in one school year. The average textbook costs $105.37, according to the site.

Instead, you can also save money by licensing electronic copies of your textbooks. Typically, these textbooks are available for set periods of time, such as one semester. Or, sites such as Amazon and Chegg offer textbook rentals at a significant savings. Chegg reports you can save as much as 90% per textbook.

Be sure to look up books by the ISBN numbers to ensure you're comparing the right versions.

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Killexams : Analytics Company Branch Acquires Nova Launcher

Nova Launcher is one of the first names that comes to mind when you talk about the best Android launchers. The app is largely free to use with no ads, although premium features require a one-time payment of $4.99. However, there are now some concerns regarding its future as the app has been acquired by analytics company Branch.

No, Branch isn’t taking over the development and distribution of Nova Launcher. Kevin Barry, the creator of your favorite third-party launcher, is still in charge of the app. Barry has assured that Nova’s direction and development will remain unchanged under the new ownership. But you can certainly expect some minor changes.

However, before going into that, let us look into what Branch does. It offers app developers a platform to manage and Improve their creations. More than 100,000 apps have used its services over the years, including Adobe, BuzzFeed, and Yelp. These apps cumulatively have over three billion monthly users across the globe.

Branch wants to use Nova as a testing platform. The company will leverage the latter’s massive user base to test out new analytics features before making them available to its clients. In a blog post, Barry has compared the relationship between Branch and Nova with Google’s Pixel smartphones. Similar to how Google needs Pixel smartphones to “build Android,” Branch would use Nova to build its analytics platform. The company has also acquired Sesame Search — the search results platform that was recently integrated into Nova — for the same purpose.

Barry says Branch’s data analytics expertise will help Nova grow over time as it will have more data on what its users want. But for that to happen, the app will need to implement some changes. Most notably, Nova will now release more experimental features than before. These features may be unstable but will push more data to Branch.

Nova will also start A/B testing. If you’re unaware, this means some users will get new features while others wouldn’t or get a different version of the same feature. Once again, this is to gather more data on what users want. Barry says he avoided A/B testing in the past.

Thankfully, Nova will not see any changes to its monetization strategy. Branch is reportedly not interested in changing how Nova makes money. So the free version of the launcher will likely remain ad-free for the foreseeable future. We will keep a close eye on future Nova releases and would let you know if we see any major changes directly stemming from this acquisition.

“My first priority is still to the Nova community and maintaining Nova Launcher as the launcher it’s always been, but I’m excited to bring new features of bigger scope to Nova and contribute to a larger platform,” Barry said in a press release from Branch.

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Killexams : Graduate Studies in Computational Linguistics

Computational linguistics is a burgeoning field, and skills are in high-demand in many areas, including speech recognition, artificial intelligence, machine translation, big data, automated text analysis and web search. Brandeis offers three graduate degree programs for students interested in this field.

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Our students enjoy close and individualized teaching, advising, and mentoring relationships with faculty, as well as strong working relationships with fellow students in the program.

For the MS program, the first year curriculum allows students who need it to establish a strong foundation in both computer science and linguistics, while also enabling those with prior background in both fields to begin more advanced coursework from the start. In the second year, students take advanced courses in computational linguistics, as well as courses on applied or theoretically oriented syllabus within computational linguistics, natural language processing, computer science, and linguistics. 

In the Five-Year Bachelor's/MS Program, students complete the first-year coursework of the two-year Computational Linguistics MS degree during their undergraduate studies, and spend the fifth year doing coursework that mirrors the second-year curriculum of the two-year Computational Linguistics MS.

While pursuing their doctoral degree in Computer Science, PhD students have the option to study a range of syllabus within theoretical and applied computational linguistics.

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Graduates of the programs enjoy a very high placement rate in both industry jobs and PhD programs. Our alumni work or have worked in computational linguistics and natural language processing at companies ranging from Adobe, Amazon, Facebook, General Electric, Google, IBM and IBM Watson, and Intuit, to Athena Health, AVOKE, BBN, Basis Technology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Callminer, Charles River Analytics, Crimson Hexagon, Luminoso, Linguamatics, The MITRE Corporation, Narrative Science, Partners Healthcare, QPID Health, Rakuten, Raytheon, SAP Labs, UFA Inc. and a range of start-ups in the greater metropolitan areas of Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago and California.

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Killexams : Digital marketing and communication course opportunity available for Indigenous learners

A new marketing and communications program for creative individuals is coming through a partnership between Momentum and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary.

“We are looking for people who are just naturally creative, that already enjoy being on social media and want to make a career out of it,” said Kymowyn Sugar, Indigenous skills training program facilitator at Momentum, a skills training organization that takes a social perspective to economic development and poverty reduction.

“Digital marketing is one of the top 10 in demand jobs right now.”

The Digital Dreamers (Pa’ pai tapiiksi) Training Program is currently taking applications for its first year starting in September. Pa’ pai tapiiksi means “dream beings” in the Blackfoot language.

The program is designed specifically for Indigenous learners interested in a career within the field of digital marketing and communications. It includes creative & promotional copywriting, social media management, understanding analytics, and web design.

Sugar said tuition to the program should be covered through government funding in conjunction with unemployment or under employment.

The 26-week full-time program begins with an in-house training portion, which is held at the Momentum facility for the first 11 weeks.

Sugar said this first portion is very important as students will begin with “soft skill” training.

Those 11 weeks are “almost more important than the real technology training because we really want to teach our people how to be successful in the workplace,” said Sugar.

Within that time frame students will be learning effective communication skills, how to self-advocate, how to maintain self-care, English upgrading, creative writing, as well as they will be provided with some land base teachings.

Cultural teachings will be available, but not mandatory.

“We are not forcing cultural stuff on people. It’s at their own discretion if they want to participate. We understand that there are Indigenous people that don’t participate in traditional culture so it’s going to be an option for them.”

An Elder will be on site to offer advice and guidance to the students and traditional medicines will be available for smudging.

The next portion of the program will be 15 technical courses taken at SAIT’s facility. During this time students will be introduced to a variety of key programs, including Adobe InDesign and Illustrator. They will also learn how to create a positive user experience in relation to web design and how to maintain websites.

Following that, students will spend four weeks in a work placement. Sugar is currently seeking out businesses to be a part of the program.

“We have taken a different approach with this program than how Momentum has traditionally approached employment,” Sugar said. “We are actually starting to engage employers now that are on their journey towards truth and reconciliation so that we are sending our people into workspaces where they understand some of the unique barriers that we face as Indigenous people. So that our people are going into those spaces that are safe and they will be taken care of and understood in a way where they wouldn’t normally be understood in a traditional workplace.”

Momentum began its own journey with truth and reconciliation in 2016, said Sugar. At that time, it was decided programing would “pivot” from its more trade school courses to begin offering technology courses as well. During this time the facility also began incorporating a more inclusive style of teaching to allow the unique style of learning for Indigenous students.

“They’ve been developing the program, but they needed an Indigenous (facilitator) on board to co-develop it through an Indigenous lens,” explained Sugar.

Areas outlined that were needed to provide a successful environment included implementing an in-house Elder, classrooms with traditional seating and art, making an Elders’ room to provide space for emotional and spiritual support, as well as the importance of medicine being on-site if grounding is required by the students.

For more information visit https://momentum.org/programs-services/get-a-good-job/digital-dreamers/

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By Crystal St.Pierre, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Windspeaker.com, Windspeaker.com

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SheerID is the leader in identity marketing. With SheerID, brands identify and acquire customers from highly coveted consumer communities such as the military, students, teachers, first responders, and more with personalized offers, gated by instant verification from the largest set of authoritative zero-party data worldwide. SheerID verifies over 2.5 billion people via 20,000 authoritative data sources; provides global insights from hundreds of the world's leading brands, and never shares or sells customer data. As a result, the world's biggest brands including Amazon, Home Depot, Spotify, and T-Mobile rely on SheerID as their identity marketing partner. Founded in 2011, SheerID is backed by Fortson VC, Brighton Park Capital, Centana Growth Partners, Voyager Capital, and CVC Growth Partners. For more information, please visit SheerID or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

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