Wait… There’s a Digital Learning Day? Yes, there is!
Digital Learning Day was established primarily to encourage educators to embrace learning technology to be brought into the school system. The organisers facilitated events to showcase success stories of doing just that, to increase awareness and share best practices. It’s a worthwhile effort as education systems around the world require a revamp.
On Digital Learning Day, we embrace how technology brings learning to greater heights of efficiency and scalability, like never before. We recognise how with technology, learning is transformed: smarter, faster, better.
So, on this day, here are some timeless pieces compiled for your reading (and listening!) pleasure. May you continue to read, learn and be!
By SANDY CLARKE
Today, advancements, trends and demands are evolving quicker than we can keep up. Education is no longer about preparing ourselves for the next five or 10 years – we need to be ready for the changes that will come in the next year or two. This is where digital learning comes in.
By PREMA JAYABALAN
Gone are the days of classroom training, as employers look for more cost-effective and value-added tools such as e-learning to develop their employees.
By ROUBEENI MOHAN
FrogAsia’s vision of giving every child access to quality 21st century education regardless of background and geographical location can be seen through the other initiatives they have spearheaded.
By TANYA WORSLEY
Online learning has liberalised education and made it a more personalised experience. Learners can learn at their own pace, wherever they are. Online technology has given them access to courses and programmes at a relatively low cost.
The team at Leaderonomics talks us through the role that digital learning has to play in personal and career development. What exactly is digital learning? How is it better than the time and tested methods, and what are some reservations that some might have about it all?
By PRAVIN NAIR
Humans are innately curious, and this is evident in the amount of time, energy and money we invest trying to appease our insatiable hunger for knowledge. It is this curiosity that enables us to continuously evolve through our keen observations.
By GEETHA BAI PARAMASIVAN
eLearning has taken workplace collaboration to a whole new level. Organisations are able to achieve a lot more that results in increased productivity and efficiency.
By SASHE KANAPATHI
In every classroom there is the Learner who is there intentionally to learn something, the Tourist who is there to look-see but not completely with any motivation, and the Terrorist is the one who will try to either hijack the course with plenty of challenges or hide disappear completely into their electronic devices…
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