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CLASSIN AND SONY GLOBAL EDUCATION TEAM UP TO DEVELOP JAPAN'S POST-PANDEMIC TEACHING SYSTEM

Sony | June 16, 2020

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EEO (Empower Education Online) and Sony Global Education have formed a strategic alliance that will utilise EEO's, and the world's largest interactive online education platform, ClassIn, to build a complete OMO (Online-merge-Offline) teaching framework for Japan's education system. With the coronavirus pandemic having stabilized in the country, Japan's students have been returning to school since early April. Most schools are now reopened. Yet the sudden school closures an...

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ROBOT USES AI TO PERSONALIZE TEACHING OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN

TNW | February 28, 2020

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Researchers have developed a new personalized learning robot for autistic children that uses machine learning to adapt its lessons to each kid’s changing needs. The University of Southern California team put a “socially assistive robot” called Kiwi in the homes of 17 autistic children and set the two-foot-tall, green-feathered robot to give each child personalized classes. Over the course of a month, the children played space-themed math games on a tablet device while Kiwi prov...

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CORONAVIRUS PROMPTS UNIVERSITIES TO STOP CHINA STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMMES

Study International | February 06, 2020

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In light of the Coronavirus epidemic that has claimed the lives of 427 people at the time of writing, universities are suspending their study abroad programmes to China. The aim is to prevent students from travelling to China, where the virus is spreading rapidly, reflecting warnings given by governments against travel to the epidemic’s centre. In the US, universities are doing so following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s and the Department of State’s updated L...

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YOU CAN NOW ACCESS 3,800 COURSERA FREE COURSES VIA YOUR UNIVERSITY

Study International | March 17, 2020

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In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Coursera has made its full course catalogue available for free online to every university that has had to close down. Universities need only sign up for Coursera for Campus to access 3,800 courses across 400 specialisations, straight from the online learning portal’s partner institutions. Students stand to earn up to 5,000 licences from these courses. These institutions will have access until July 31 2020, while students will have until September 30...

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CLASSIN AND SONY GLOBAL EDUCATION TEAM UP TO DEVELOP JAPAN'S POST-PANDEMIC TEACHING SYSTEM

Sony | June 16, 2020

EEO (Empower Education Online) and Sony Global Education have formed a strategic alliance that will utilise EEO's, and the world's largest interactive online education platform, ClassIn, to build a complete OMO (Online-merge-Offline) teaching framework for Japan's education system. With the coronavirus pandemic having stabilized in the country, Japan's students have been returning to school since early April. Most schools are now reopened. Yet the sudden school closures an...

Read More
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ROBOT USES AI TO PERSONALIZE TEACHING OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN

TNW | February 28, 2020

Researchers have developed a new personalized learning robot for autistic children that uses machine learning to adapt its lessons to each kid’s changing needs. The University of Southern California team put a “socially assistive robot” called Kiwi in the homes of 17 autistic children and set the two-foot-tall, green-feathered robot to give each child personalized classes. Over the course of a month, the children played space-themed math games on a tablet device while Kiwi prov...

Read More
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CORONAVIRUS PROMPTS UNIVERSITIES TO STOP CHINA STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMMES

Study International | February 06, 2020

In light of the Coronavirus epidemic that has claimed the lives of 427 people at the time of writing, universities are suspending their study abroad programmes to China. The aim is to prevent students from travelling to China, where the virus is spreading rapidly, reflecting warnings given by governments against travel to the epidemic’s centre. In the US, universities are doing so following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s and the Department of State’s updated L...

Read More
news image

YOU CAN NOW ACCESS 3,800 COURSERA FREE COURSES VIA YOUR UNIVERSITY

Study International | March 17, 2020

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Coursera has made its full course catalogue available for free online to every university that has had to close down. Universities need only sign up for Coursera for Campus to access 3,800 courses across 400 specialisations, straight from the online learning portal’s partner institutions. Students stand to earn up to 5,000 licences from these courses. These institutions will have access until July 31 2020, while students will have until September 30...

Read More