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Coronavirus; Revealing how online learning and tech is helping students learn more than ever
  • June 2nd, 2020
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Coronavirus; Revealing how online learning and tech is helping students learn more than ever

 

The coronavirus pandemic seems to be the main thing that everyone is talking about… but are we focused on all of the right details?

This virus arose from a single country and spread throughout the world very fast, due to its form of transmission. This has called many governments to announce states of emergencies with a total closure of systems and facilities, including schools. This has been a preventive measure of reducing contact between people, ultimately reducing the chances of transmission of the virus from one person to the other. Schools have suffered immensely due to this. Even though students have rigorous syllabus coverages and sensitive timelines, Coronavirus has pardoned no one.

A total closure due to Coronavirus means that school programs have been interfered with and students are now at their homes, remaining indoors until a time when the virus will be contained… and it is not known how soon this will be. This means:

(a)    Physical schools building are no longer accessible.

(b)   Education Instructors and teachers are no longer physically available in learning institutions.

(c)    Physical libraries are locked and inaccessible.

Nonetheless, the Coronavirus pandemic has proved something interesting – an online learning system and utilization of valuable EdTech resources can help student learn better than ever before. Even though online learning has been here for a while now, the coronavirus has proved that digital education mobilization is very possible (and in fact, a necessity).

This has caused many education technology platforms to pivot and try to meet the extreme demand for online learning. EdTech companies, such as ElevateU, are offering 100% free access to professors and universities. ElevateU is an artificial textbook publisher and self-proclaimed “one stop shop for everything education.” They develop all of the features that schools, professors, and universities need, and they put it into one single platform. Through digital education platforms and AI publishers like ElevateU, we’re quickly learning that a high-quality education does not need to be expensive.

Provisions of artificial intelligence is proving wonders to the students constrained at homes due to coronavirus pandemic. I suggest browsing through this article, Why AI and Education Were Born to Be Together, to get a better sense of how the ecosystem is evolving.

Institutions which have fully migrated to online learning are fully functioning with none of what they have been doing in physical classrooms hindered. Exams are taken online with a high degree of integrity based on systems design. Assessments are well carried, and students are learning better than ever before. A select few companies, like ElevateU, have integrated social features like chatrooms, friend finders, and a variety of social features to help students (and staff) stay connected with each other. In some sense, it’s as if students are back in the dorm, connecting and meeting with friends.

 

Final Thoughts

With the current trend of Coronavirus and its fatality rate, there is no clear indication that schools can re-open anytime soon. This has been a ferocious knockdown to education institutions and professors whom were not prepared. A lot of educational time-bound schedules now remain suspended without question, until a date and time that remains unknown. Nonetheless, online learning and EdTech is proving that the total knockdown of systems is not a barrier to accessing an affordable, high-quality education. Those professors and institutions that are adapting to society’s changing needs, will be much more prepared…. not just for the months to come, but for the years and decades to come.

 

VIDEO: How the Coronavirus is affecting educators

 

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References/Similar Articles:

ElevateU Digital learning https://elevateu.io/blogs/digital-learning-the-future-of-education/

Why A.I and Education Were Born to be Together – ElevateU.io ElevateU textbooks

https://yourstory.com/herstory/2020/05/class-11-student-gender-bias-text-books – ElevateU textbooks

https://www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hblog20200430.833066/full/

 

 

 

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Coronavirus; Revealing how online learning and tech is helping students learn more than ever

Coronavirus; Revealing how online learning and tech is helping students learn more than ever

 

The coronavirus pandemic seems to be the main thing that everyone is talking about… but are we focused on all of the right details?

This virus arose from a single country and spread throughout the world very fast, due to its form of transmission. This has called many governments to announce states of emergencies with a total closure of systems and facilities, including schools. This has been a preventive measure of reducing contact between people, ultimately reducing the chances of transmission of the virus from one person to the other. Schools have suffered immensely due to this. Even though students have rigorous syllabus coverages and sensitive timelines, Coronavirus has pardoned no one.

A total closure due to Coronavirus means that school programs have been interfered with and students are now at their homes, remaining indoors until a time when the virus will be contained… and it is not known how soon this will be. This means:

(a)    Physical schools building are no longer accessible.

(b)   Education Instructors and teachers are no longer physically available in learning institutions.

(c)    Physical libraries are locked and inaccessible.

Nonetheless, the Coronavirus pandemic has proved something interesting – an online learning system and utilization of valuable EdTech resources can help student learn better than ever before. Even though online learning has been here for a while now, the coronavirus has proved that digital education mobilization is very possible (and in fact, a necessity).

This has caused many education technology platforms to pivot and try to meet the extreme demand for online learning. EdTech companies, such as ElevateU, are offering 100% free access to professors and universities. ElevateU is an artificial textbook publisher and self-proclaimed “one stop shop for everything education.” They develop all of the features that schools, professors, and universities need, and they put it into one single platform. Through digital education platforms and AI publishers like ElevateU, we’re quickly learning that a high-quality education does not need to be expensive.

Provisions of artificial intelligence is proving wonders to the students constrained at homes due to coronavirus pandemic. I suggest browsing through this article, Why AI and Education Were Born to Be Together, to get a better sense of how the ecosystem is evolving.

Institutions which have fully migrated to online learning are fully functioning with none of what they have been doing in physical classrooms hindered. Exams are taken online with a high degree of integrity based on systems design. Assessments are well carried, and students are learning better than ever before. A select few companies, like ElevateU, have integrated social features like chatrooms, friend finders, and a variety of social features to help students (and staff) stay connected with each other. In some sense, it’s as if students are back in the dorm, connecting and meeting with friends.

 

Final Thoughts

With the current trend of Coronavirus and its fatality rate, there is no clear indication that schools can re-open anytime soon. This has been a ferocious knockdown to education institutions and professors whom were not prepared. A lot of educational time-bound schedules now remain suspended without question, until a date and time that remains unknown. Nonetheless, online learning and EdTech is proving that the total knockdown of systems is not a barrier to accessing an affordable, high-quality education. Those professors and institutions that are adapting to society’s changing needs, will be much more prepared…. not just for the months to come, but for the years and decades to come.

 

VIDEO: How the Coronavirus is affecting educators

 

Facebook

LinkedIn

Twitter

 

 

References/Similar Articles:

ElevateU Digital learning https://elevateu.io/blogs/digital-learning-the-future-of-education/

Why A.I and Education Were Born to be Together – ElevateU.io ElevateU textbooks

https://yourstory.com/herstory/2020/05/class-11-student-gender-bias-text-books – ElevateU textbooks

https://www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hblog20200430.833066/full/

 

 

 

Tags:

#elearning #elevateu #elevateuio #makeyourowntextbook #artificialintelligence #elevateu #edtech #highered #elearning #digitaleducation #textbooks #digitallearning #edtechstartup #edtechstartups #elevate_u #elevateyou #covid19 #digitallearningcatastrophe #collegetech #textbookpublisher #publishtextbook #coronavirus #coronaviruseducation #artificialintelligencestartup #artificialintelligencestartups #digitaltextbookpublisher #edsurge

 

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