The very way we learn is being re-invented.
How can we re-think the way we deliver and share knowledge, to incentivize continuous lifelong learning and preparation of the next generation for the jobs of the future? As the world changes, the demands set for the education sector evolve and require further reshaping and innovation of traditional methods of education.
- Government Entities
- Academic Institutions
- Research Agencies
The education sector is at the core of every country, providing the foundation for future generations. Decision makers need to keep up with the rapidly changing demands of the constantly evolving global marketplace. New technologies are increasingly having an impact on the global competitiveness of institutions that require clarity on the following questions:
- What are the new emerging technologies on the horizon and how can they be applied to education?
- How may new technologies enhance student learning and services and change the way they are delivered?
- How can we prepare our students for future jobs and develop the right skills and curriculum?
- How can we effectively research, test, and implement new technologies and learning tools?
- How can academia engage with government and enterprise for effective triple helix collaboration in applying new technologies?
We support academic institutions in understanding how emerging technologies can enhance their services for administration and learners. In addition, we help frame curriculum and projects so that institutions can provide new digital services and a comprehensive knowledge base for learners to prepare them for future skills.
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