Emerging Technologies: Reimagining How Students Learn With eLearning

| September 14, 2019

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Technology is increasingly becoming commonplace in the recent educational scenario. Leveraging technology in the classroom enhances teaching and learning and it adds a new dimension to the overall learning experience. Learning has already progressed from the traditional textbook-based approach toward a more technology-driven one. An estimated $13.2 billion are currently being spent by educational institutes on EdTech each year. The widespread access to technology and the internet through smartphones and computers has transformed the way conventional education system functions. Emerging technologies, like Artificial Intelligence, Big Data analytics, cloud computing, Augmented and Virtual Reality, are already finding their footing in the learning industry. The application of emerging technology trends will lead to a transformation of educational models and completely reimagine the way students approach learning.

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