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E-learning helped some students during flood

E-learning helped some students during flood
Some schools have installed software or signed into popular e-learning platforms to provide homework and assignments. A teacher in Omega, a private school in Kolapakkam, which is still cleaning up the mess left by the flood, said some teachers had sent …
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3 Ways E-Learning Is Changing in 2016
According to Docebo's “E-Learning Market Trends & Forecast 2014-2016 Report,” the big story might not be what happens in the office, but what happens when businesses outsource e-learning to another company or service. Some 42 percent of e-learning …
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CBSE Launches Mobile App for E-learning Material for Students, Teachers
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today rolled out its latest mobile application E-CBSE for providing e-learning material for students and teachers. The new app was jointly launched by Union Minister for Urban Development M …
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Borgia to Offer eLearning Days In Bad Weather
Snow days will again run a little differently at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School this year. For most schools, a snow day means no school and no learning, but at SFBRHS students will still be having class via online assignments, videos and other …
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