In an effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic spread, governments around the world have mandated temporary/ long-term closure of educational institutions. To mitigate the impact, communities, nonprofits, and learning institutions need to ensure the continuity of education through remote learning.
The impact on education will affect millions of student population, schools, colleges, NGOs, training centers, families, new graduates, and a lot of other players in the ecosystem. With teaching moving online, the education segment needs to make the required adaptions.
- Personalized learning will gain more prominence with the inclusion of virtual reality, cognitive computing, and artificial intelligence
- AI, analytics, and immersive technologies will influence multiple aspects of the student journey – admissions, onboarding, learning, assessments, reporting, and so on
- Learning Management Systems, e-learning platforms, and live streaming of classroom sessions will be pivotal in expediting remote learning
- Cloud, mobile, and web technologies will be optimally employed to deliver learning effectively across multiple devices
- Video-based immersive learning experiences will be mainstream
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