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Bolstering the Capabilities of Online Educational Platforms

Huge endeavours have begun to take place with the aim of minimizing the gap between the traditional and modern ways of knowledge transmission. Taking off from the classroom-confined learning to now having access to global education, we certainly have experienced a significant shift in our specific approach.

During the recent decade, concrete developments have been witnessed at all working levels, including rural upliftments and online mobile expansion. Modern technology has had its way with more than hundreds of free educational apps and best learning websites taking firm steps to make themselves a stable domain.

According to the studies, the entire online education is estimated to hold a net worth of $350 Billion by 2025. This lays stern indications of having significant projects coming up in favor of shifting to digital means of learning. Massive investments are planned to be executed in developing efficient products and solutions for the greater good.

Recent Growth Trends

Whether it is Alibaba tapping its distance learning solution, DingTalk, or the Singapore-based Lark, offering teachers and students unlimited video conferencing time, many new innovative approaches promise a secured digital revolution.

There have been several ventures which are constantly moving forward with the sole noble aim of free education for all. Incredible corporations are extending platforms to access free educational material, being able to share further accounting to make learning an easy sail.

Aspiring to serve knowledge in each child’s platter, numerous online teaching apps have added an imperative facility to share your content and make it available to the world, igniting ripples of awareness and exploration in learning.

According to the study presented by UNESCO, close to 1.38 billion learners have been impacted by school closures worldwide. Such a statistical figure evidently highlights the need for an online educational medium to be in place. As much of its need, many challenges still stand in the way of this shift:

● Even though advancing nations, including Austria, Norway, and Switzerland, have a 95% student population equipped with computers to take their approaches online, such a figure drops down to 35% for a country like Indonesia, posing a big dilemma towards moving digitally.

● Properly ensured implementations of the plans declared are accustomed to be time-consuming in all directions, leading to an unclear path to be opted for.

Extensive educational reforms can be brought into action overnight, but in these cases, the overnight period tends to take a few years.

Constant discussions are being held globally, giving way to a well-planned approach that all can follow. Online education holds a great deal for the world’s future, and this flower is promised to bloom well if we refuse to succumb to the challenges in our way.

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