Level up the remote learning experience
After a difficult 2020, it’s time to think about the return to the classroom. However, as schools, colleges and universities plan to open their doors to students and staff, it’s apparent that the classroom has changed fundamentally.
COVID-19 has demonstrated how susceptible to unexpected disruption many organisations are – not just in education. But it has also presented an opportunity for forward-thinking colleges and universities to fully embrace remote learning.
Remote learning has been on the rise for years – it can be more flexible for those with children, or day jobs, or long commutes. But the pandemic has accelerated its rise. It’s almost certain that the future of education is going to involve hybrid learning environments – where learning experiences are tailored to cater for both remote and on-site learners.
Speeding up strategies
For IT departments at educational institutions, this might mean bringing forward and speeding up long-term digital strategies. It also makes it more likely IT directors will get the green light to oversee an overhaul of their organisation’s technology.
Whether it’s productivity and collaborations apps or bringing in state-of-the-art mobile devices, Microsoft has the technology to help organisations build a hybrid learning environment that works for them. Let’s see how this can work for you.