Global VR in Education Sector Market 2020 Oculus VR, Google, Alchemy VR

openpr | January 15, 2020

In its as of recently distributed report, Market Research has given interesting experiences about VR in Education Sector advertise for the given time frame. The VR in Education Sector Market report offers fine insight that plans showcase players to contend well against their hardest rivals based on development, deals, and other indispensable components. The exploration study gives evaluations to VR in Education Sector Forecast till 2025. A portion of the Leading key organizations Covered for this Research are Oculus VR, Google, Alchemy VR, Discovery Communications, Cinoptics, EPSON, HTC, Sony, FOVE, LG Electronics, Zebronics, Homido, Mattel, Samsung Electronics, ZEISS, EON Reality, Immersive VR Education, Unimersiv. One of the significant factors in VR in Education Sector Market report is the aggressive examination.

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Elsevier acquires SciBite to accelerate solutions for life sciences and corporate R&D industries

Elsevier | August 21, 2020

Elsevier, a global research publishing and information analytics provider, and part of RELX, has acquired SciBite, a semantic AI company headquartered in Cambridge, UK, to help customers make faster, more effective R&D decisions through advanced text and data intelligence solutions. SciBite’s solutions identify and extract scientific insights from structured and unstructured text and content, to identify key concepts such as drugs, proteins, companies, targets, and outcomes. This semantically-enriched, machine-readable data, helps SciBite’s customers around the world make streamlined, more efficient decisions.

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Elsevier and the University of Florida sign pilot agreement to support open access publishing and research

Elsevier | July 01, 2020

The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida (UF) and Elsevier, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics, have agreed to a new pilot program to support open access (OA) publishing at UF. The agreement will support UF’s open access goals by providing the university’s researchers with incentives to publish OA articles. It also presents the opportunity to better understand researcher behavior and to learn from the resulting data—helping progress OA at UF and beyond. The pilot agreement is an amendment to the existing licensing agreement UF currently has with Elsevier. The new pilot agreement will take effect July 1, 2020.

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Vasta acquires Phidelis, a complete platform of academic and financial management for K-12 schools

Vasta Platform Limited | January 18, 2022

Vasta Platform Limited today announced the acquisition, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Somos Sistemas de Ensino S.A., of Phidelis Tecnologia Desenvolvimento de Sistemas Ltda. and MVP Consultoria e Sistemas Ltda. (“Phidelis”). Phidelis is a complete platform of academic and financial management for K-12 schools, providing (i) software licensing and development and (ii) messaging, retention, enrollment and default management, for schools and students. Founded in 2004, Phidelis have provided services to over 35 schools. In 2021, it recorded net revenue of R$ 5 million. In addition to aggregating a digital solution and bringing in new clients, Phidelis’s talented and skilled team will support the development of Vasta’s digital services platform. With this acquisition, Vasta takes another important step towards offering a complete digital solution to K-12 schools. About Vasta Vasta is a leading, high-growth education company in Brazil powered by technology, providing end-to-end educational and digital solutions that cater to all needs of private schools operating in the K-12 educational segment, ultimately benefiting all of Vasta’s stakeholders, including students, parents, educators, administrators and private school owners. Vasta’s mission is to help private K-12 schools to be better and more profitable, supporting their digital transformation. Vasta believes they are uniquely positioned to help schools in Brazil undergo the process of digital transformation and bring their education skill-set to the 21st century. Vasta promotes the unified use of technology in K-12 education with enhanced data and actionable insight for educators, increased collaboration among support staff and improvements in production, efficiency and quality.

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ViewSonic Holds “ColorPro Award Global Photography Contest” to Highlight the Spirit of Kindness

ViewSonic | August 13, 2020

ViewSonic International Corp. invited four leaders in the creative industry with many years of experience in providing professional tools and services to creators—Blurb, Shoot the Frame (STF), Tinyspace, and TourBox—to hold the ColorPro Award Global Photography Contest. The theme of the contest is “kindness,” and everyone is welcome to submit photos from August 18-30, 2020, to demonstrate what kindness means to them. The top prize includes a ColorPro VP2785-2K professional display and a package of photography tools. ViewSonic International Corp., located at 9F, No. 192, Lien Chen Road, Zhonghe Dist., is a subsidiary company of ViewSonic Corp. (https://color.viewsonic.com) located at 10 Pointe Drive Brea, CA, 92821-7620 United States.

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Spotlight

Rapid eLearning is not just a quick fix to plug training gaps. There's more to rapid learning. Here are some facts revealed. IDs design courses in accordance with Instructional Design principles, keeping the learner profile and training requirements in mind. Rapid eLearning does not mean course quality is compromised. An agile, iterative process is followed for rapid eLearning development, and this includes quality checks at each stage of the project. Templates are used in rapid eLearning for different screen layouts, interactivities, assessments, etc. But these templates do not have to be rigid, they can be customized according to the requirements of the course.

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