How APIS have impacted online learning

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Learning institutions have been looking for ways through which they can deliver high-quality education that is optimized to meet each students’ requirements at lower costs. This has largely contributed to the growth of online learning. Furthermore, with advancements in technology and changes in student demands, it is expected that the online learning industry will continue to grow.

The adoption of applications programming interfaces (APIs) has been a necessary aspect of this growth. They are programming interfaces that allow applications to communicate with each other and share information. When it comes to online learning, they offer features that allow two different software applications to exchange information.

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e-Learning App Trends Defining Educational App Development

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e-Learning technology is an absolute game-changer in both corporate and academic learning. Organizations that choose to ignore these trends are unlikely to remain competitive for long.

Mobile learning apps can help businesses and schools offer high-quality education at a reduced cost, 24/7.

The trends outlined in this article are expected to bring a massive change to the world of eLearning, both corporate and academic.


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Analysis predicts growth of the global eLearning market

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American and Indian market researchers recently predicted that the global e-learning market will grow strongly in the coming years. According to their predictions will reach a market value of 300 and 400 billion US dollars per year. The French market researcher, Report Linker, agrees with this analysis in its market study “Global E-Learning Industry” published in September 2020 and assumes an annual market value of 305.3 billion US dollars in 2025.

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Addressing the needs of neurodiverse learners during COVID-19

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The 2020-2021 school year has been vastly different from any other on record. Students are not only experiencing different learning models with COVID-19, they are also themselves coping with social isolation and other potential strains at home. Many students are experiencing online learning five days per week, while others use a hybrid model. These approaches offer both synchronous and asynchronous online learning. Many students who are attending school five days per week have had to complete much of their assignments on a learning device.

All students are adjusting to these new ways of learning. Neurodiverse learners, such as those with ADHD, Tourette syndrome, or dyslexia can benefit from certain accommodations and supports to help them be successful.

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9 Signs of a good educational website

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Whether you’re looking for a quality website for education and information, or trying to improve your own, it helps to know where the bar is set. Not everyone is a master of web development, which means it can be tricky to determine what makes a good educational website stand out from the crowd. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to identify a high-quality educational site and develop one yourself.


Read on to learn what to look for.

Effective strategies for learning a language at home

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Learning a second (or third) language besides your mother tongue always earns you extra points on your resume. Being able to communicate in more than one language is a skill that most of us would like to have. However, with the kind of rushed lives we live, it becomes challenging to attend classes to learn a foreign language. We are either too caught up with our household chores and work life, or find taking up professional courses a tad expensive.

However, that does not mean you have to swallow your desires to learn a new language. There are several ways you can learn a different language if you put your mind to it.

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Remote learning: how we think about college expenses now

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After the COVID-19 pandemic, many students and institutions have learned that remote learning is not only possible, but advantageous in many cases. Colleges and universities have scrambled to put together virtual classes and online learning curricula – and they’ve been mostly successful.

While some schools have gone back to regularly scheduled in-person classes (with new requirements like social distancing and mandatory face masks), others have remained mostly (or fully) remote. The entire wave has caused millions of people to question the conventional cost structures of higher learning institutions.

Is online learning going to become the new standard?

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Organizing your home study habits in difficult times

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Perhaps one of the small silver linings (if they can be defined as that) of national lockdowns in response to Covid-19 is that many conveniences have been organized for us. Digitized services are used more often and considered ‘the default.’ This also holds true for online learning. As such, many more people are turning to online courses via online.

That said, it’s also true that learning can feel quite difficult in the midst of lockdown, or when experiencing wider societal shifts that seem to exhaust us. Furthermore, when having to stay at home for long periods, it can be tough to keep our affairs organized. This post will explore how the would-be eLearner can squeeze the most from their studies without burning out, using difficult times as a backdrop. These tips can help us all become better students.

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Foundations and benefits of game-based learning

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Gaming elements have long been used in education. In recent years, game-based learning has become a trend with a broad range of applications.

Educators use it across various disciplines to enhance collaboration, help students to grasp a tough lesson, or even structure an entire course in the form of a game.

Let us have a closer look at game-based learning with its advantages and most effective practices.

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e-Learning for kids: Here’s what you can do

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These days, many teachers are attempting to leverage eLearning tools and programs to help their students learn more effectively than ever before.

But eLearning tech doesn’t always take with kids immediately.

While eLearning can definitely be a challenge for kids, there are many things you can do to make the transition smooth.


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