Saturday, 21 April 2018

Google Alert - e-Learning in Education

e-Learning in Education
Daily update 21 April 2018
Insurance solutions software provider Ebix, on Thursday, announced that it had entered into an agreement to acquire a majority stake in India-based e-learning company Smartclass Educational Services Private Limited (Smartclass). The e-learning company is engaged in the business of education ...
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The US-based insurance software service provider Ebix has entered India's e-learning market by acquiring majority stake in e-Smartclass Educational Services Private Ltd (Smartclass) for $8 million. Smartclass is a leading e-learning company catering to K-12 education sector in India. Under the terms ...
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In recent years, there has been widespread excitement around the potential for technology to transform learning. Online media-rich e-books, Internet-enhanced cases, chat rooms, electronic bulletin boards, CD-ROMs, electronic libraries, laptop computers, and an ever-expanding array of instructional ...
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Backed by global investment firm, Oaktree Capital, the company offers training providers the chance to boost course enrolment, reduce drop-out rates and increase course accessibility through the delivery of tailored finance options. Whether e-learning, vocational courses, professional development or ...
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Interactive e-learning content supplied by the online content provider consists of interactive copy, videos and assessments, which supplement all major subjects in the public and private school syllabus. Each centre comes with an interactive smartboard that allows educators to record and save lessons, ...
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The e-learning market in the US is growing rapidly due to changes in the education sector such as the introduction of education technology and online content to the curriculum. Innovations by vendors have led to the use of more advanced technologies in the education system. Simulations, cloud-based ...
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Education Minister inspected e-learning projects at Mariam bint Omran School. - Foreign Ministry Undersecretary for International Affairs stresses Bahrain's success in in promoting young entrepreneurship culture. - Higher Education Council discusses academic cooperation with Arizona State University.
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It is clear however that schools in Africa are lagging behind when it comes to adopting new technologies in the classroom. Educators and learners are faced with hurdles and there is a general lack of support for education technology initiatives. In the education field, teachers have to use new digital tools ...
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