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Tackling the digital divide after the pandemic

Neo LMS

Digitization has changed how we communicate, access services, and the extent of technology present in our lives. Ever since the internet emerged, we have witnessed a new reality among people: those who have access to technology and the internet, and those who don’t. The need to raise digital awareness.

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3 Ways edtech can help education get back on track

Neo LMS

Despite claims that technology is negatively affecting learning schedules, edtech is a valuable tool for students. That’s because edtech solutions, advanced research, practical assessments, and improved communication give them maximum control over their learning.

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4 ways we can use edtech for engaging, high-quality learning experiences

eSchool News

Edtech is booming, with 40 times more venture capital invested in the sector in 2021 than in 2010. There is no question that edtech has brought new ways to support the learning process and was used extensively by schools to connect remotely to students who could not attend classes in-person during the worst parts of the pandemic.

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What’s next? Lessons from the lockdown on traditional education

Neo LMS

The biggest shift that we’re seeing is that online education has the potential to drop its “online” part and that more and more people will see it for what it is: simply education. Online learning is student-centered by default, having its own advantages and pitfalls. Attitudes towards online teaching are changing.

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School’s Out: A COVID-19 Lesson

EdTech Magazine

Before the pandemic, we knew there was a digital divide in America. The need to close the divide can no longer be ignored because students of all ages are locked out from school – not just because of the virus itself, but from lack of an internet connection at home. Enter COVID-19. Still, the alarm bells didn’t sound.

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3 Opportunities for education during the pandemic

Neo LMS

Online learning bloomed, students helped each other, the community contributed with knowledge, moral and financial support, and social interaction was kept alive. With the help of technology and funding, we can bridge the inequality divide for better access to remote learning.

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How K–12 IT Leaders Can Support Digital Equity

EdTech Magazine

Bridging the digital divide is more critical than ever. When schools across the country made the quick shift to emergency remote learning during the pandemic, many found that it exposed deficits and exacerbated existing challenges around internet access, especially in rural and high-poverty areas.