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CONTINUING EDUCATION

RAPID ACCELERATION OF MEDICAL EDUCATION FOR JAPAN'S MEDICAL STUDENTS USING VR - NHK SPECIAL FEATURE PUBLISHED ONLINE

Jolly Good | September 09, 2021

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At many Japanese institutions offering medical education, medical students are unable to attend clinical practice due to the spread of COVID-19, denying them the experience of valuable opportunities to learn. Efforts by Jolly Good and Nippon Medical School to develop the OPEcloud VR clinical education platform were recently featured on NHK WORLD-JAPAN. This feature is available to the public online. NHK WORLD-JAPAN With VR cameras and servers installed at med...

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AS CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS RISE IN US, COLLEGES LOOK ONLINE FOR CONTINUITY

educationdive | March 04, 2020

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As U.S. colleges consider how the global coronavirus outbreak could affect their campuses, some are asking about how they could shift courses online to limit its impact on instruction. That's according to education technology companies and consultants, who told Education Dive they are seeing an uptick in those inquiries. "It's happening very quickly, so it's definitely become top of mind for a lot of schools," said Phil Hill, an ed tech consultant with the firm MindWires, a...

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WHAT'S NEXT: HOW LONG WILL COLLEGES HAVE FLEXIBILITY TO OFFER ONLINE CLASSES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS?

educationdive | March 21, 2020

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Colleges have been moving classes online in droves to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. At first, school officials said they'd reassess the need to continue remote instruction after a few weeks. Federal agencies and accreditors afforded them flexibility to do that, loosening rules that would typically guide how colleges use distance learning. But those couple of weeks could become months, experts say, as the coronavirus situation in the U.S. intensifies. Tha...

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CLOSE THE DIGITAL LEARNING GAP: HOW ONE DISTRICT TACKLED TECH DISPARITY IN THE CLASSROOM

edsurge | January 20, 2020

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In 2014, Palmdale School District was experiencing a major digital divide. With 28 campuses spread across the Southern California district, each managing its own technology decisions, some schools regularly enjoyed the benefits of technology in the classroom, while those in higher poverty areas had minimal tech interaction, if any. District leaders knew that something had to change, and it needed to happen fast. So, in 2015, the “Palmdale Promise” was born. The goal was simple: provi...

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

RAPID ACCELERATION OF MEDICAL EDUCATION FOR JAPAN'S MEDICAL STUDENTS USING VR - NHK SPECIAL FEATURE PUBLISHED ONLINE

Jolly Good | September 09, 2021

At many Japanese institutions offering medical education, medical students are unable to attend clinical practice due to the spread of COVID-19, denying them the experience of valuable opportunities to learn. Efforts by Jolly Good and Nippon Medical School to develop the OPEcloud VR clinical education platform were recently featured on NHK WORLD-JAPAN. This feature is available to the public online. NHK WORLD-JAPAN With VR cameras and servers installed at med...

Read More
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AS CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS RISE IN US, COLLEGES LOOK ONLINE FOR CONTINUITY

educationdive | March 04, 2020

As U.S. colleges consider how the global coronavirus outbreak could affect their campuses, some are asking about how they could shift courses online to limit its impact on instruction. That's according to education technology companies and consultants, who told Education Dive they are seeing an uptick in those inquiries. "It's happening very quickly, so it's definitely become top of mind for a lot of schools," said Phil Hill, an ed tech consultant with the firm MindWires, a...

Read More
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WHAT'S NEXT: HOW LONG WILL COLLEGES HAVE FLEXIBILITY TO OFFER ONLINE CLASSES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS?

educationdive | March 21, 2020

Colleges have been moving classes online in droves to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. At first, school officials said they'd reassess the need to continue remote instruction after a few weeks. Federal agencies and accreditors afforded them flexibility to do that, loosening rules that would typically guide how colleges use distance learning. But those couple of weeks could become months, experts say, as the coronavirus situation in the U.S. intensifies. Tha...

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news image

CLOSE THE DIGITAL LEARNING GAP: HOW ONE DISTRICT TACKLED TECH DISPARITY IN THE CLASSROOM

edsurge | January 20, 2020

In 2014, Palmdale School District was experiencing a major digital divide. With 28 campuses spread across the Southern California district, each managing its own technology decisions, some schools regularly enjoyed the benefits of technology in the classroom, while those in higher poverty areas had minimal tech interaction, if any. District leaders knew that something had to change, and it needed to happen fast. So, in 2015, the “Palmdale Promise” was born. The goal was simple: provi...

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