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About The Techrangers
The Techrangers® team is comprised of talented students at the Center for Distributed Learning, who provide course development for faculty and web/application development for the University of Central Florida (UCF). The Techrangers® act as student advocates and leaders by holding community workshops, participating in panels and presenting at conferences. Additionally, the team provides support, troubleshooting, and consulting for various groups within the University on a variety of areas including but not limited to universal design, accessibility compliance, website design, dynamic website development requiring databases and handling of business transactions among other areas of expertise.
The Techrangers® team is comprised of talented students at the Center for Distributed Learning, who provide course development for faculty and web/application development for the University of Central Florida (UCF).
Custom development of tools and integrations that improve the teaching and learning experience.
Utilizing usage data to improve student performance, retention, and learning outcomes.
Creating new online course content, modifying existing content, and evaluating courses for accessibility issues.
Machine Learning Zero2Hero with TensorFlow
There’s a lot of hype surrounding AI and Machine Learning, and you’ve probably been inspired by some cool videos that show you what’s possible with these tools. But if we go beyond the hype and write some code, what does Machine Learning really look like?
CSS Specificity and why you shouldn't use !important.
CSS is frustrating to many. I think other than poor organization, a lot of the frustration has to do with not knowing how styles override other styles. It leads to confusion, messy and unorganized CSS, and a lot of hacks and convoluted CSS selectors. CSS Specificity helps us determine how styles interact with other conflicting styles.
InstructureCon 2018 Review
InstructureCarn, aka InstructureCon 2018, was an intense week of presentations, networking, product demos, and carnival rides. It’s difficult to cover so much in a blog post like this, so I’ll try to keep it brief.