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Foster Learner Success with Digital Learning Tools
Digital learning tools have been on the rise in educational settings for the last 20 years, and today’s sophisticated content management systems are capable of enhancing student learning in ways that previous models simply didn’t have the tools to achieve. This is due in large part to the rise of machine learning tools that use student and instructor input to create a customized learning experience for each individual.
Extended Reality Technology Trends in Digital Content
The Royal College of Art’s Art & Design Graduate Diploma Programme Provides Students with an Engaging Online Studio Learning Experience
The Royal College of Art’s (RCA) Graduate Diploma Art & Design programme prepares students for master’s level study of Art and Design.
Go1: Aggregating Over 100,000 Courses to Drive Staff Learning and Upskilling
With industries, job functions, and markets changing so rapidly and technological innovation occurring faster than ever, learning and upskilling is a necessity for employees to remain competitive and for companies to retain their best staff.
Building Effective Digital Training Courses for Onboarding and Enablement
Organizations across the globe are increasingly bringing more, if not all, of their training courses online, a trend that has no doubt accelerated even more during the COVID-19 pandemic as most businesses recognized the benefit of offering learning programs in an online format to keep business initiatives moving forward.
Waseda University Migrates to Open LMS to Offer eLearning to 60,000 Users at Scale
Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, is known as one of the leading private universities in the country, with approximately 50,000 students studying in 13 faculties and 22 graduate schools, including specialist graduate schools.
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