This was our first accounting conference and our eyes were opened: Who knew that accountants are the storytellers of the business world?
The annual conference brings together mathematicians from all disciplines to discuss current trends … and debate the specific angle of the perfect dab.
We’re glad you asked! On a mission in Austin, Texas, at SXSW EDU 2019.
This year, 7 women from Course Hero attended GHC18. Here, our top takeaways, plus our tips for making the most of future Grace Hopper Celebrations.
Course Hero’s senior design manager shares a recap of the company’s kickoff event for the Hexagon UX Mentorship Program’s summer cohort.
Two members of the Course Hero SEO team attended the 2018 SMX Advanced Conference. Here they share their many insights about the future of search.
Course Hero’s social specialist attended the 2018 Social Media Week in LA. Here are her takeaways about culture, brand identity, and listening.
A Course Hero team member went to the International Society for Technology in Education 2018 conference and renewed his passion for innovative learning.
A Course Hero software engineer attended the Apple conference and learned about their native libraries, communication techniques, and plans for AR.
Over four days last week, Course Hero's 2018 SXSW EDU attendees were inundated with inspiring ideas. Here, a few takeaways we can't stop talking about.
Celebrate the professors whose lessons make all the difference — and help them get a free badge to SXSW Edu 2018, the education event of the year.
Grace Hopper Celebration 2017 brought together 18,000 women in technology. Here, Course Hero women technologists share their top takeaways.
We've just come back from CMX Summit 2017 with a ton of great new community management ideas. Here, 5 of our favorite tips from this year's thought leaders.
Course Hero was proud to help sponsor and provide mentorship for HackingEDU, the world’s largest student-run hackathon focused on education technology. Catch a glimpse of some of the projects and highlights.
1,000+ high school and college students gathered at UC-Berkeley for Cal Hacks, the first major collegiate hackathon in the Bay Area.