Technology has had a great impact on all aspects of our lives over the past 30 years. The way we work, communicate, seek information, stay in touch, travel, eat, shop, consume content, stay healthy, and even entertain ourselves has changed. Surprisingly, one of the most powerful aspects of our lives, higher education, has been relatively unaltered by technology.
In general, in most universities, students still take courses taught by expert faculties, read textbooks and assignments, take tests and exams, make plans, receive grades and a certificate. It was half a century ago and it still is. Of course, it is now easier for students to research (as well as plagiarize) online, exchange ideas, and learn from each other. And there are high-tech projectors, computers, audiovisual systems (and in some cases smart boards) in the classroom instead of slide projectors and whiteboards. However, the basic teaching-learning process remains largely unchanged.
Elets Technomedia in association with DigitalLearning Magazine doing the best to share resources and will be conducting a four-day summit to learn from experts and share their knowledge.
Elets Technomedia is organizing 18th World Education Summit & Awards, from March 3rd to 6th, 2021. 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 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 18th World Education Summit aims to foster innovations, investments, technology transfers and global partnership opportunities in the education domain.
Coursera for Campus will be its C0-Presenting Partner, while Ed Tech major Blackboard will be Powered by partner. There are many more partners in the four-day summit.
The summit will be graced by many leaders and policy makers from the Central and State governments.