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How COVID-19 Has Changed Higher Education Forever

Apr 15, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by Adam Miller

The onset of the Coronavirus forever changed higher education as close quarters and socialization suddenly turned universities and colleges into petri dishes.

New Enhancements to Ivy.ai's Admin System Settings

Apr 9, 2021 12:09:59 PM / by Kelley Shea

To improve navigation and streamline customization, system settings within the Ivy.ai Admin System will be upgraded. Learn more about these features below.

Get to Know Ivy.ai's Newest Feature: Email Center

Apr 9, 2021 12:07:35 PM / by Kelley Shea

Ivy.ai’s Email Center™ allows users to manage and respond to inbound emails with assistance from their chatbot. Our powerful email management solution reduces your staff's burden of coordinating and responding to emails, while streamlining overall communication efforts.

How User Ratings Improve Chatbots in Higher Education

Apr 6, 2021 11:13:02 AM / by Jason Fife

We’ve all realized the benefits of artificial intelligence at one point or another. According to Forbes, chatbots help users get answers to their questions on demand, without the need to wait for an available representative.

Leadership Spotlight: Marcy Fife Discusses the Benefits of Working at a Startup

Mar 31, 2021 9:47:15 AM / by Kelley Shea

Working at a startup (like any other company) has its pros and cons, but to women, some  stereotypes associated with startups may make them appear less desirable than established firms. Examples of such stereotypes include long hours and instability. According to a Tiger Recruitment by YouGov study, just one percent of female job seekers aspire to work at a startup company.

Sedona Prince Is No Anomaly. What Institutions Do to Throttle Women’s Potential in STEM and How to Reverse the Trend

Mar 29, 2021 3:49:14 PM / by Adam Miller

If you’ve been following the NCAA basketball tournament this year, you might have heard one of the biggest stories to come out of the event was the disparity in accommodations between the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Most notably, while the men had a full weight room at their tournament site in Indianapolis, the women’s weight room only had dumbbells under 30 pounds and a few yoga mats.

Study: Students Prefer Chatbots over Search Engine

Mar 25, 2021 11:26:55 AM / by Adam Miller

Students Prefer Chatbots According to Study

University Information Technology Services (UITS) at Indiana University has a large, award-winning online knowledge base, started in 1988. For years, their self-help search tool has been a well-developed function on IU’s website to provide on-demand IT support. The search tool functions similarly to a Google search, where a user enters key search terms to retrieve a ranked list of knowledge base articles.

Leadership Spotlight: Mary Frances Coryell Finds Balance as a Working Mom During Covid

Mar 23, 2021 12:16:45 PM / by Kelley Shea

This year’s theme for International Women’s Day was #ChooseToChallenge, which seems appropriate as we pass the one-year milestone of the Covid pandemic. While there isn’t a person in the world who hasn’t been impacted in some way by Covid, women have been disproportionately affected.

Leadership Spotlight: Lindsey Miller Discusses Gender Parity and the Benefits of Chatbots

Mar 17, 2021 10:15:00 AM / by Kelley Shea

Ivy.ai's VP of Sales Lindsey Miller addresses equality in her field and considers how chatbots could have helped her in college.

Going Dancing? Here's How to Handle Increased Interest During March Madness

Mar 16, 2021 4:22:51 PM / by Adam Miller

If you’re a college basketball fan, there is no better time of year than March when the top 64 teams in the country square-off for arguably the most dramatic tournament in all of sports. 

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