Personalized Learning Market to witness astonishing growth with Key Players D2L Corporation, Dreambox Learning

montana-ledger | November 19, 2019

A new professional intelligence report published by Stats and Reports with title “Global Personalized Learning Market Report 2025” has the ability to help the decision makers in the most important market in the world that has played a significant important role in making a progressive impact on the global economy. The Global Personalized Learning Market Report presents and showcases a vigorous vision of the global scenario in terms of market size, market potentials and competitive environment. The study is derived from primary and secondary statistical data and consists of qualitative and quantitative analysis of industry and key players. For the purpose of this study, the report includes major players such as D2L Corporation, Dreambox Learning, Knewton, Wolters Kluwer, Smart Sparrow, Edgenuity, Intel, Agile Education.

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In this white paper you'll find high-level summaries of virtual classroom tools, including chat, breakout rooms, whiteboards, application sharing, synchronized web browsing, and survey and feedback tools.Why do you need to know about these tools? Because the virtual classroom is NOT the same as the traditional classroom, and you need to be able to adapt your engagement techniques in order to create meaningful, learner-centered programs.

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In this white paper you'll find high-level summaries of virtual classroom tools, including chat, breakout rooms, whiteboards, application sharing, synchronized web browsing, and survey and feedback tools.Why do you need to know about these tools? Because the virtual classroom is NOT the same as the traditional classroom, and you need to be able to adapt your engagement techniques in order to create meaningful, learner-centered programs.

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SimpliLearn to Launch Free Digital Skilling Programs in Commonwealth Countries

The Tandym Group | June 28, 2022

A global provider of digital skills training, Simplilearn, recently established a partnership with the Commonwealth nations to offer free digital upskilling courses to students. 10,000 students will have free access to Simplilearn's $5 million in digital upskilling programs. Through the collaboration, Simplilearn's classes will assist students in the Caribbean, Africa, and Pacific to upgrade their knowledge of the digital economy, and each graduate will receive a certificate of completion. To provide upskilling opportunities to as many learners as possible, Simplilearn has previously cooperated with Government bodies of several nations in their national digital skilling programmes. "The world is becoming increasingly digitized, and hence there is a massive demand for professionals to upskill themselves in the latest digital skills to flourish in the field. Simplilearn through its SkillUp platform will provide free programs to 10,000 learners in the regions ofCaribbean, African and Pacific. We see this as an opportunity to extend our support to the Commonwealth countries by improving access to high-quality upskilling in the region. We look forward to working with them towards boosting the prosperity of the nations." - Mr.Krishna Kumar, Founder & CEO, Simplilearn The need for youth skilling was also identified, and Mr. Krishna Kumar thanked the Commonwealth Secretary General for her leadership in identifying youth as a crucial resource for the Commonwealth countries as part of their ongoing collaborative action research with Cambridge University's Center for Resilience and Sustainable Development. Simplilearn previously collaborated with nations including Saudi Arabia, Oman, South Africa, Lebanon, Jordan, and Singapore for boot camps on technology, artificial intelligence, and data. More than half of Simplilearn's revenue comes from its international activities. Today, Simplilearn has assisted more than one million professionals in 150 countries in upskilling and preparing for the digital future. Simplilearn has maintained its leadership position in the field of digital skilling for learners, corporations, and companies. To offer digital skills training programs, the company has teamed with a number of IT powerhouses in foreign countries, including Deviare in South Africa, Gulf Business Machines in the Middle East, and the ILX Group in the United Kingdom, among others.

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ARuVR and UCL Hospital to Announce World’s First EdTech Partnership to Develop XR Solution for Medical Use

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On May 25th, Virtual and Augmented Reality education services will announce an alliance at an exclusive XR community event to transform medical training. ProfessorManish Chand of the UCL Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will sample ARuVR's technology to train medical students. 'We are delighted to be partnering with Professor Chand and UCL Hospital for this collaboration, as XR is a tool with huge potential in the medical learning space. We look forward to seeing our technology improve medical training, and we particularly believe there are lasting opportunities across the NHS. Our partnership with HTC Vive also marks a great step in expanding our learning technology to the XR development community. It is a pleasure to make these announcements with some of the brightest minds in XR.' - Frank Furnari, CEO and Founder of ARuVR 'We are very pleased to be working with ARuVR and continuing our relationship. It's exciting to hear from the speakers of the event on XR training, which will continue to play an important role into the future.' - Darren Lewis, Head of Innovation at BT "We are excited to have ARuVR join our Vive Business ISV programme, as immersive learning continues to break down barriers and open new worlds for people. It's great to be working closely with ARuVR for premium VR solutions for corporate learning, sales and marketing". - Keith Russell, Head of B2B Sales EMEA at HTC-Vive ARuVR and HTC Vive, HTC Corporation’s virtual reality brand, have also announced a collaboration with the HTC VIVE Independent Software Vendors (ISV) Programme, fast-tracking the adoption of ARuVR's cutting-edge XR training solutions. It marks the beginning of a significant British technology partnership in the learning tech space.

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NASA Administrator, STEM Partner Connect Orlando Children with Artemis

NASA | June 09, 2022

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson helped hand out food with an extra serving of STEM activities to children and families at New Beginnings Church – The Gathering Place in Orlando, Florida, on Friday, June 3. Called NASA Artemis Learning Lunchboxes, the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) in Columbus, Ohio, created the kits aimed at inspiring and educating youth and families in communities underrepresented in STEM about NASA's upcoming Artemis missions. NASA's Artemis missions include returning humans to the Moon for the first time in over 50 years. Among the plans, NASA will land the first woman and person of color on the lunar surface as missions at the Moon pave the way for human exploration of Mars. COSI developed the NASA Artemis Learning Lunchbox to inspire today's students – the Artemis Generation – to consider and pursue careers in tomorrow's STEM workforce. Made possible through NASA's Teams Engaging Affiliated Museums and Informal Institutions (TEAM II) program, the lunchboxes contain five space-focused learning activities that showcase the diversity of STEM at NASA and the importance of STEM education for the future of our workforce. "Every child has a dream, and every child needs to achieve that dream, and when you talk to adults who are now astronauts or aerospace engineers, it all started with a spark – being taught something that inspired their life. We need to make sure every kid, regardless of zip code or socioeconomic status, has the promise to achieve that because they may be the next astronaut or scientific mind that will get us further in our exploration of space, It's all about partnerships. We can't thank NASA enough for their generosity in both dollars and support of this great initiative." -Dr. Frederic Bertley, president & CEO, COSI. Along with COSI, NASA's partners on the initiative also include Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and Orlando Science Center. The kickoff event supplied 500 NASA Artemis Learning Lunchboxes to students and families, while COSI plans to distribute a total of 30,000 to local food banks across the country. COSI will continue to partner with local nonprofit organizations like the Orlando Science Center where they can showcase interactive dry ice experiments first-hand for children across the country. This innovative, community-based model will bring together other science centers and museums, afterschool providers, and community leaders to highlight the importance of STEM education. TEAM II awards are funded through NASA's Next Generation (Next Gen) STEM project, which is committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity. By connecting K-12 students and their formal and informal educators to NASA's endeavors in exploration and discovery, Next Gen STEM strives to reduce the barriers to participation in STEM and inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers, and astronauts.

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