Higher education has offered distance instruction as an option for decades. With Corona pandemic, many colleges have suddenly shifted to a forced kind of distance education—to keep teaching while everyone stays at least six feet apart to avoid spreading the virus.
That is raising tough questions for Higher Education Institutions: What is the best way to rapidly spin up online courses or deliver exams online? How can colleges ensure that all students have access to the technology needed for remote studies? What happens if the health crisis extends into the fall?
In this unprecedented moment, college leaders and professors are stepping up to jointly create resources online, share best practices, rapidly train faculty in a mode of remote teaching they may never have done, and adapt to a constantly changing environment.
Elets Technomedia in association with DigitalLearning Magazine doing the best to share resources and will be conducting a five-day summit to learn from experts and share their knowledge.
Elets Technomedia is organizing 17th World Education Summit & Awards, from November 26 to 30, 2020. The summit will also focus on integration of vocational education into mainstream education which is vital for the growth of India. It will also aim for creating a framework for institutionalizing skill development and vocational education within the education system.
It will be Asia’s biggest summit on Innovation in Education and will witness participation from a large number of policymakers, thought leaders, opinion makers and industry experts from the Higher Education sector.
With a rich legacy, the 17th World Education Summit aims to foster innovations, investments, technology transfers and global partnership opportunities in the education domain.
IT Major Dell Technologies will be its Presenting Partner, while Education department Government of Gujarat will be its State Partner, Ghana High Commission will be its Country Partner and Government of Telangana will be its Host partner.
The summit will be graced by many leaders and policy makers from the Central and State governments.