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THE EBRD KNOW HOW ACADEMY HELPS MSMES COPE WITH THE CRISIS

prnewswire | September 29, 2020

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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has launched the "Know How to…in a Crisis" programme, an online learning and advice hub to help micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) navigate the challenges of COVID-19 and other crisis situations. In partnership with Crown Agents, the EBRD has created an online crisis management knowledge and information hub designed specifically for the small and micro enterprises that most need practical assistance to manage th...

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COVID-19 SUMMER TO KEEP THE OPPORTUNITY DOORS OPEN FOR EDUCATION COMPANIES

Edtech | May 18, 2020

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For companies that target teachers, this is a good time to do some contingency planning as well—to be ready to assist educators. Educators will spend a good amount of time learning something new if it has a clear and measurable reward, The usual rewards ...

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TRAFFIC IS BOOMING FOR ONLINE EDUCATION PROVIDERS. BUT SO ARE COSTS.

edsurge | April 07, 2020

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As schools and colleges shutter across the world, Khan Academy has seen unprecedented web traffic to its online instructional videos and exercises. Before COVID-19 struck, the site saw about 18 million users each month. In recent weeks, “we’ve seen traffic grow two-and-a-half to three times the normal,” says Khan in an interview. He anticipates that could grow to seven-folds in the coming months. On top of that, users are spending twice as long on the site as they usually would...

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ED DEPT EXPANDS OPTIONS FOR ONLINE LEARNING IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS

Education Dive | March 06, 2020

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The U.S. Department of Education has issued guidance to help schools decide what steps to take in the event the new coronavirus interrupts student instruction. It also slackened requirements on how schools can use distance learning technologies to accommodate students temporarily if classes cannot meet as a result of a virus outbreak within their campus or community. The guidance comes as colleges consider the use of online learning tools as they prepare for the possibility of having to ca...

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THE EBRD KNOW HOW ACADEMY HELPS MSMES COPE WITH THE CRISIS

prnewswire | September 29, 2020

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has launched the "Know How to…in a Crisis" programme, an online learning and advice hub to help micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) navigate the challenges of COVID-19 and other crisis situations. In partnership with Crown Agents, the EBRD has created an online crisis management knowledge and information hub designed specifically for the small and micro enterprises that most need practical assistance to manage th...

Read More
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COVID-19 SUMMER TO KEEP THE OPPORTUNITY DOORS OPEN FOR EDUCATION COMPANIES

Edtech | May 18, 2020

For companies that target teachers, this is a good time to do some contingency planning as well—to be ready to assist educators. Educators will spend a good amount of time learning something new if it has a clear and measurable reward, The usual rewards ...

Read More
news image

TRAFFIC IS BOOMING FOR ONLINE EDUCATION PROVIDERS. BUT SO ARE COSTS.

edsurge | April 07, 2020

As schools and colleges shutter across the world, Khan Academy has seen unprecedented web traffic to its online instructional videos and exercises. Before COVID-19 struck, the site saw about 18 million users each month. In recent weeks, “we’ve seen traffic grow two-and-a-half to three times the normal,” says Khan in an interview. He anticipates that could grow to seven-folds in the coming months. On top of that, users are spending twice as long on the site as they usually would...

Read More
news image

ED DEPT EXPANDS OPTIONS FOR ONLINE LEARNING IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS

Education Dive | March 06, 2020

The U.S. Department of Education has issued guidance to help schools decide what steps to take in the event the new coronavirus interrupts student instruction. It also slackened requirements on how schools can use distance learning technologies to accommodate students temporarily if classes cannot meet as a result of a virus outbreak within their campus or community. The guidance comes as colleges consider the use of online learning tools as they prepare for the possibility of having to ca...

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