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It is important that we better prepare and train a diverse, tech-skilled workforce to succeed in the future digital economy. By democratizing access to technology, we will create pathways/opportunities for underserved populations...
We've created an ‘applied low-code curriculum’ to bridge the gap to digital jobs and enable economic mobility. It's for the next generation entering the workforce (just starting their professional career path).
This immersive game-based learning experience features activities to apply low code technologies to solve real business challenges.
- Explore how to use automation to drive business outcomes – with little or no coding
- Introduce/teach how low-code tools can help solve business challenges
- Business intelligence; Data visualizations; Virtual Agents (chat bots); AI Builder; Apps; Automations
Help us with what to call this that excites and compels interest.
What should we call our 'applied low code' curriculum?
What is a short tagline?
Submissions will be graded on the following criteria:
- Meets Deliverables
will receive $200 each
|$200.00||Lisa Buccafus University of Colorado|
|$200.00||KHUBAB ZIA and "This solution was generated by"Customer service representative" governor model school and colleage khar|
|$200.00||Hayward Chan University of Toronto|
|$200.00||Blessing Shodeinde Olabisi Onabanjo University|