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Hybrid Learning: Why Remote Teaching Will Evolve

Hybrid Learning: Why Remote Teaching Will Evolve

“Many school systems are looking at hybrid solutions for learning this year, where part of the week or school day is completed online while part is completed in school. For this to work, schools’ online learning systems need to allow for seamless integration of in-person schooling, to make sure that students aren’t falling behind when online.”

via CB Insights

U.S. Demand for Computer Science Education

U.S. Demand for Computer Science Education

There is a great and unmet need for computer science education in schools so that students learn the skills necessary to excel in their future workplaces. All stakeholders express a desire for more and better computer science learning opportunities, suggesting that expanded programs could help prepare today’s students for the future economy.

via Gallup

How to Redesign Education in The Post-Pandemic World

“As schools reopen, teachers and administrators alike are looking at ways to redesign the education experience amid COVID-19. We dive into what the tech-enabled education of the future could look like.”

via CB Insights

How Robotics and AI Improve Science Research

How Robotics and AI Improve Science Research

An intelligent robot that works independently 21.5 hours a day is helping scientists at the University of Liverpool with their research. Using artificial intelligence (AI), a flexible arm and a customized gripper, it could speed up scientific discovery and give researchers more time to think creatively.

via World Economic Forum

Content Infrastructure: The Backbone of Online Streaming

Content Infrastructure: The Backbone of Online Streaming

The use of streaming services, online gaming, social media, videoconferencing for personal, corporate, and education purposes is on the rise and is expected to grow in the coming years. The changes will significantly alter our daily lives in many ways.

via IDC

Curiosity: The Trending Skill You Didn’t Know You Needed

Curiosity: The Trending Skill You Didn’t Know You Needed

‘Applied Curiosity’ is the application of curiosity to do specific things like increase influence, inspire innovation, and prepare for competitive shifts in the global economy. Try these LinkedIn Learning courses now to strategically add curiosity into your repertoire of skills. They will be free for you through the end of June.

via LinkedIn

Augmented and Virtual Reality Gains Commercial Applications

Augmented and Virtual Reality Gains Commercial Applications

The high growth in the commercial segment is primarily due to the AR/VR capability to solve complex business problems and streamline operations. The two industries that are seeing the most activities or implementation in Asia-Pacific are education ($495.3 million in 2019) and retail ($244.4 million in 2019).

via Digital Lifescapes

How Teachers and Student Classrooms are Going Virtual

How Teachers and Student Classrooms are Going Virtual

Over the last few weeks, Cisco and IBM have launched a joint initiative to create free virtual classrooms for students affected by nationwide school closures. The aim is not only to connect teachers and students through interactive online classes, but to also help them use the technology more effectively.

via The Network

Leveraging Digital Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Leveraging Digital Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Workplaces are on-trend to rely more on digital learning and skills in the future regardless of COVID-19. If you want more information about how to utilize digital literacy during and after the crisis, here is a list of helpful resources:

via IBM Systems Media

Digital Literacy and the Future of Education

Digital Literacy and the Future of Education

New roles are emerging for those who can translate how the engineering and design of new technologies and applications affect our political, economic, social and cultural worlds. Education in this field and notions of digital literacy must expand to reflect this need.

via World Economic Forum