Augmenting Education.| TEDxNorrkopingED

| October 30, 2019

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The skill of sustainable education is extremely important today than ever before. Combining affective and personalized learning with emerging technologies can bring unexpected results. How can we focus on creating skills for the future jobs? Darya Yegorina is a serial entrepreneur, founder and CEO of CleverBooks and other ventures in multiple industries.

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