1 E-Learning Transformation in Vietnam

| April 8, 2021

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Whether you’re an eLearning expert or beginner, there’s no denying its popularity has skyrocketed over the past decade. For employers, it offers an affordable, time-efficient way to train employees. I

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Article | August 25, 2020

With the extreme popularity of technology, it would seem like education technology would be all the rage. It certainly appears to be in America, where schools can’t get enough of it. In 2018 alone, the U.S. Department of Education spent almost $140 billion on education reforms. A large portion of that went into edtech, but we’ve seen little in the way of achievement. Schools in the United States tend to waste their money on edtech, purchasing redundant programs or letting subscriptions lapse without ever using them.

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Article | August 25, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is presenting unique challenges for colleges and universities, and finding ways for international students to return to school amid travel bans or other pandemic-related restrictions will be one of the most complex. Many international students finished the previous semester via remote connection after colleges and universities encouraged students to return home in March, but doing so hasn’t been simple. Students living in alternate time zones from their professors are forced to stay awake all night to complete online seminars, and some are contending with a poor internet connection as well as social isolation. There will be additional challenges for students abroad who hope to return to school in the fall, from travel restrictions to securing visas with closed consulate offices.

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Business School Lausanne (BSL) is a truly global learning lab, based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Students of sixty nationalities and diverse backgrounds join our experienced faculty in a collaborative exploration of business as a force for good. In small and personalized classes, our professors bring the latest business knowledge into the classroom every day and support our students in reaching their full potential to do good and do well in society and the world. Enabling our students and partnering organizations to “be the change” is what inspires our work.

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