7 DRAMATIC IMPACTS OF BIG DATA ON EDUCATION

| April 24, 2019

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The term big data stands for an extremely voluminous set of data, which can expose connections, trends, and patterns in the behavior of the target group. In the education sector, data analysis can change the way the teacher teaches and the students learn.A single educational institution receives a great deal of information on a daily basis. It gets details about attendance, engagement, and test results. Students rate professors, provide details on their socioeconomic status, and share their satisfaction with the education they receive.

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