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WHY DELL WANTS TO BE THE TECH PARTNER FOR YOUR ENTIRE EDUCATION JOURNEY

techradar | January 31, 2020

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With the UK’s schools increasingly embracing technology in all areas of learning, the need for reliable, hard-wearing and up-to-date hardware and software is paramount. But with many schools constantly battling shrinking budgets and regulatory concerns, many need to ensure they are getting the most from their technology. At this year’s BETT 2020 event in London, Dell was once again keen to show it can be a vital partner for schools and other educational institutions of all sizes, off...

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EDUCATORS CAN ADJUST ONLINE CLASSES TO FIT LEARNING STYLES

educationdive | April 15, 2020

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Educators must balance many learning preferences as students adjust to online learning, which will be a good fit for some and difficult for others, District Administration reports. Some students will struggle with change and others will have a hard time dealing with isolation. Administrators can guide teachers to adjust their instruction to students’ individual needs and preferences. Introverted students, for example, thrive when allowed to explore thoughts and ideas but don’t like b...

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AMAVA LAUNCHES "AMAVA LEARNS" TO DELIVER PURPOSE & CONNECTION EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

prnewswire | June 11, 2020

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Amava, the leading platform connecting a new generation of empty nesters and active retirees with jobs, volunteer opportunities and unique experiences, has expanded its offerings to include hundreds of new instructor-led classes and self-paced courses. Many Amava members are Baby Boomers and Gen Xers interested in learning new skills, pursuing interests and hobbies or just challenging themselves. In a recent Amava poll of more than 175,000 households, 60% of the respondents chose "learning ...

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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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WHY DELL WANTS TO BE THE TECH PARTNER FOR YOUR ENTIRE EDUCATION JOURNEY

techradar | January 31, 2020

With the UK’s schools increasingly embracing technology in all areas of learning, the need for reliable, hard-wearing and up-to-date hardware and software is paramount. But with many schools constantly battling shrinking budgets and regulatory concerns, many need to ensure they are getting the most from their technology. At this year’s BETT 2020 event in London, Dell was once again keen to show it can be a vital partner for schools and other educational institutions of all sizes, off...

Read More
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EDUCATORS CAN ADJUST ONLINE CLASSES TO FIT LEARNING STYLES

educationdive | April 15, 2020

Educators must balance many learning preferences as students adjust to online learning, which will be a good fit for some and difficult for others, District Administration reports. Some students will struggle with change and others will have a hard time dealing with isolation. Administrators can guide teachers to adjust their instruction to students’ individual needs and preferences. Introverted students, for example, thrive when allowed to explore thoughts and ideas but don’t like b...

Read More
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AMAVA LAUNCHES "AMAVA LEARNS" TO DELIVER PURPOSE & CONNECTION EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

prnewswire | June 11, 2020

Amava, the leading platform connecting a new generation of empty nesters and active retirees with jobs, volunteer opportunities and unique experiences, has expanded its offerings to include hundreds of new instructor-led classes and self-paced courses. Many Amava members are Baby Boomers and Gen Xers interested in learning new skills, pursuing interests and hobbies or just challenging themselves. In a recent Amava poll of more than 175,000 households, 60% of the respondents chose "learning ...

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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...

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