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edsurge | March 02, 2020
We are just getting started with voice technology in education. From simple commands that retrieve stored information to a future where voice-activated AI coaches help us set and reach educational goals across a lifetime, the potential for growth is undeniable. Voice, after all, is one of the most natural ways to interface with technology, says Coursera’s Alexander Sanchez. We are just getting started with voice technology in education.Sanchez leads the Mobile Experiences and Emerging Tech...
educationdive | April 13, 2020
As the U.S. Department of Education considers whether to recommend waivers from certain aspects of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, several organizations have joined together to support the special education community through the challenges caused by school closures. The Educating All Learners Alliance, announced last week, features resources, case studies, webinars and virtual “office hours” and brings together special education and technology organizations, such as the ...
businesswire | December 16, 2020
Today, Seoul-based EdTech startup Mathpresso declared that its math-solver application, QANDA has addressed over 1.3 billion inquiries and utilized by more than 7 million month to month dynamic clients, a 370% development inside 1 year.
Created by Korea's driving EdTech startup, Mathpresso, 'QANDA' is a portable application that empowers understudies, all things considered, to get moment arrangements and 1-on-1 help from a portion of the world's top-college mentors...
Study International | April 03, 2020
It’s time for virtual classrooms to shine, but do universities truly know how to improve online learning? Students still report dissatisfaction with the quality and execution of online lessons, though lecturers are doing their best with the resources at hand in this sudden shift from physical to virtual classrooms. This begs the question: How can universities do better? Having had experience managing a large online learning presence, Southern New Hampshire University President Paul LeBlanc...
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