2014-2019E Global Virtual Reality In Education Sector Market Capacity and Growth Rate Analysis Till 2024

businessgazette | March 11, 2019

2014-2019E Global Virtual Reality In Education Sector Market Capacity and Growth Rate Analysis Till 2024
The Global Virtual Reality In Education Sector Market Research Report Forecast 2019-2024 is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides the Virtual Reality In Education Sector industry overview with growth analysis and revenue, historical & futuristic cost, demand and supply data (as applicable). The research analysts present an elaborate description of the value chain and its distributor analysis. This Virtual Reality In Education Sector Market study provides comprehensive data which enhances the understanding, scope and application of this report. Industry Overview of Virtual Reality In Education Sector: Definition and Specifications of Virtual Reality In Education Sector, Definition of Virtual Reality In Education Sector, Specifications of Virtual Reality In Education Sector. Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Virtual Reality In Education Sector: Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Virtual Reality In Education Sector, Manufacturing Process Analysis of Virtual Reality In Education Sector, Industry Chain Structure of Virtual Reality In Education Sector.

Spotlight

Microlearning consists of short, bite-sized learning nuggets. Although short in run length (between 2-5 mins and, typically, not exceeding 7 mins), each nugget is action-oriented and is designed to meet a specific learning outcome. In the last couple of years, microlearning has moved from being a player on the side to center stage and for good reasons.In a world that is full of distractions and diminishing attention spans, it is critical to have sharp, focused learning nuggets. Only then do you get the learners’ attention, and they invest in completing it. This is precisely what microlearning-based training delivers.

Related News

EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

Harris acquires UK-based apprenticeship EdTech software provider, an ePortfolio and learning management (LMS) platform, Onefile

Harris | November 03, 2021

Harris, a global vertical market software provider and acquirer, acquires Onefile Limited, a UK-based apprenticeship and learning software provider. Onefile is a market-leading provider of learning and development software to support the delivery of apprenticeships and qualifications training through its ePortfolio and learning management (LMS) platform. Founder, Susanna Lawson, says, “UK apprenticeships and training qualifications span a huge range of occupations and sectors. We envision many avenues of growth for Onefile and look forward to learning from and being supported by Harris to expand our reach and offerings.” Onefile joins Harris’ growing portfolio of business units in the UK, serving industries such as healthcare and public safety. “We are excited about continuing the success that Onefile has already achieved. Susanna has entrusted Harris with her employees and products and she has found a forever home for her vision which we will take good care of,” adding, “Onefile fits in perfectly with our existing brands and opportunities for growth are abundant, and we’re excited for their future at Harris.” Steve Hammond, Senior Executive Vice President of Onefile About Onefile For almost 20 years OneFile has pioneered EdTech, supporting over 1.2 million people to learn for their future. Onefile has a customer first approach investing in award-winning support teams as well as designing market leading SaaS products including an e-learning platform that's efficient, engaging and works with all apprenticeships, training and vocational qualifications. OneFile was awarded the Queen’s Award for Innovation. About N. Harris Computer Corporation (Harris) Harris acquires vertical market software businesses, manages them well, and builds them for the future. Through acquisitions, Harris has grown extensively from its roots in the utilities, local government, education, and healthcare verticals to operate over 160 businesses globally across more than 20 industries. We are a part of Constellation Software Inc., one of the world’s most active acquirers of VMS businesses.

Read More

Importance of Artificial Intelligence Integration to Enhance Learning and Improve Grading

Google | May 19, 2020

AI software is designed to ensure that individual students are given more opportunities to re-read and learn lessons through repetition. The increasing interest among young learners and teachers in the online learning module has propelled software developers to design advanced educational software . Automated learning depends on user interaction with online educational programs. Institutions like schools and colleges are known to impart education. In the present era, computer technology has advanced immensely. Software developers have created dynamic cyberspace that is highly useful for revolutionizing the learning model. In simple words, computer technology has led to the development of machine learning models, and to its subsets, such as reinforcement learning and deep learning. Automated learning depends on user interaction with online educational programs. Educational software is designed to promote the process of learning among students. With technology advancing at a tremendous rate, there is an apparent inclination among individuals towards virtual learning as compared to real-world teaching/learning methods. Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and AI Technologies are Affecting Modern Education. There are several reasons for favoring online educational programs, and the most evident reason is the student’s ability to learn from anywhere. The popularity of the e-learning method is burgeoning at a rapid rate. The increasing interest among young learners and teachers in the online learning module has propelled software developers to design advanced educational software and suitable interfaces for facilitating the interactive aspect of education. Learn more: WHAT IS THE FUTURE FOR AI IN EDTECH . “There are several reasons for favoring online educational programs, and the most evident reason is the student’s ability to learn from anywhere. The popularity of the e-learning method is burgeoning at a rapid rate.” ~ Educational System Machine learning has paved the way for engaging individuals in virtual courses. Artificial intelligence has simplified the process of studying to a great extent. The prime reasons for AI integration with education are delineated through the following points student-centric learning program: In a classroom, students are given lessons that test their learning ability. However, generic lessons don’t consider the individual capacities of students. A specific lesson can be learned by one student very easily, while another student can face difficulty in understanding that lesson. Understandably, each student needs to learn at an individual pace. “The use of AI helps in successfully resolving such problems. AI-software developers have created online courses that allow students to submit assignments. The assignments are course-specific. ” Software programs get developed to assess and aid students so that they can learn new topics at a suitable pace. AI software is designed to ensure that individual students are given more opportunities to re-read and learn lessons through repetition. Personalized programs are adaptive and hence, don’t overburden students with new information until the present lesson is adequately learned and assimilated. Teachers are known to personally tend to students who have difficulty in grasping new concepts. Personal tutoring, coupled with the appropriately paced automated learning program, help students to understand concepts without any difficulty properly. Human errors can lead to gaps in learning. Teachers giving lectures on specific topics can miss important places that create gaps. It often leads to confusion among students. It is essential to address the gaps in understanding quickly, but such gaps can remain undetected for a long time. The use of AI helps in successfully resolving such problems. AI-software developers have created online courses that allow students to submit assignments. The assignments are course-specific. The common errors that are made by students for the same assignments get automatically notified to the course instructor, and the mistakes are saved as alerts for future students. Grading is an integral part of teaching; all teachers have to correct and grade essays of students. Manual correction of written assignments takes much time. Learn more: GOOGLE LAUNCHED READ ALONG, AN AI ANDROID APP HELPING KIDS IMPROVE READING SKILLS .

Read More

EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

Instructure to Acquire Kimono to Expand Integration and Interoperability with the Instructure Cloud-based Learning Platform

Instructure Holdings, Inc. | November 09, 2021

Instructure Holdings, Inc. (Instructure) today announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire Kimono, a leader in cloud-based data integration and interoperability for education. A long-time partner, and preferred integration solution of Canvas LMS, Kimono will be rebranded as Elevate Data Sync as it joins the Instructure Learning Platform. Elevate Data Sync is a solution built specifically for education that enables secure syncing of student, staff, and learning data across applications within a school environment. "The acquisition underscores Instructure's vision of building education's most integrated platform and demonstrates our deep commitment to openness. We want to give schools the freedom of choice to connect with their preferred applications. By incorporating Kimono's adaptable, cloud-based integration and interoperability solution as Elevate Data Sync, we strengthen our ability to more seamlessly connect users with the applications they love." Steve Daly, CEO of Instructure Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, the team at Kimono has over 20 years of experience developing integration solutions for K-12 and higher education. The company serves six state education agencies, over 2300 districts, 27,000 schools and universities, and more than 16 million students globally. The move extends Instructure's learning data integration and rostering capabilities for student information systems (SIS). With bi-directional sharing, Elevate Data Sync ensures data, grades, and rosters stay synchronized between edtech applications and student information systems (SIS). Schools ensure the accuracy, security, and accessibility with complete control of their integrations—sharing only the data elements they choose and only with the applications they authorize. Because Elevate Data Sync is standards-agnostic, it supports industry-standard data models and protocols—such as OneRoster, LIS, SIF, APIs, and CSV—and also offers the flexibility to meet needs of schools and applications. "We developed an adaptable, cloud-based platform that is the most comprehensive education interoperability solution available," said Steve Curtis, CEO of Kimono. "Adding that technology to the Instructure Learning Platform will accelerate Instructure's plans to provide broad support and deeper integration points to the platform for thousands of edtech providers globally. As a result, schools and higher education institutions will be further empowered to craft the digital learning environment that meets the unique needs of their students." The Instructure Learning Platform is an open, reliable, and extensible learning ecosystem enabling a digital learning environment for educators, students, and institutions. The platform is made up of several key pillars—such as learning management, assessment, and analytics —that work together to enrich, support, and connect every aspect of teaching and learning. Elevate Data Sync will be a vital part of the platform, driving interoperability and ease of use. ABOUT INSTRUCTURE Instructure is an education technology company dedicated to elevating student success, amplifying the power of teaching, and inspiring everyone to learn together. Today the Instructure Learning Platform supports more than 30 million educators and learners around the world.

Read More

Spotlight

Microlearning consists of short, bite-sized learning nuggets. Although short in run length (between 2-5 mins and, typically, not exceeding 7 mins), each nugget is action-oriented and is designed to meet a specific learning outcome. In the last couple of years, microlearning has moved from being a player on the side to center stage and for good reasons.In a world that is full of distractions and diminishing attention spans, it is critical to have sharp, focused learning nuggets. Only then do you get the learners’ attention, and they invest in completing it. This is precisely what microlearning-based training delivers.