According to statistics, Tertiary education enrolment rates globally are expected to rise rapidly by 14 million new students every year from now until 2030. This would require 13 new universities to be built every week, 700 each year, each serving 20,000 students if they are all going to be educated face-to-face. In the article, Yansola tells us why we need to embrace education technology more in Nigeria.
There’s so much that embracing educational technology can do for us. The truth is, whether we like it or not, technology in the world is going to keep evolving. And if students are going to survive in a world with so much technological evolution going on, they have to be properly equipped with the ability to learn using technology.
We found that when you encourage women to get involved, they will get involved.
Introduction Edtech is the applicatory transformation of education with technology. The sector is expected to grow at a rate of 7%, amounting to $252 million by 2020. According to I.K Davies, “Educational technology (EdTech) is concerned with the problems of education and training context and it is characterized by the disciplined and systematic approach to […]
MOOCs, short for Massive Online Open Courses, are aimed at large-scale interactive participation and open access via the web. They are courses taken over-the-internet designed for hundreds or thousands of learners, integrating the connectivity of social networking, the facilitation of an expert in a field of study and a collection of freely accessible online resources, […]