New York, NY — LearningMate, a leading education technology company, announced today the release of the report, “Technology-enabled Teaching and Learning at Scale – A Roadmap to 2030,” in partnership with Jisc and Emerge Education. The report, based on interviews with more than 50 university leaders, EdTech founders, and higher education experts, finds that universities can deliver students a truly personalized learning experience by 2030.
The pandemic has transformed teaching, promising potential for universities to offer interactive, flexible, and personalized learning, in line with the seamless technology students use at home. The report finds that student demands and expectations for digital learning will continue to increase even after Covid-19, and organizations are already competing with global technologies used by students at home.
The report also explores the changing nature of teaching and learning, the promise of a blended future, and the systems and organizational infrastructure that will need to be in place to enable flexible, interactive, and personalized learning design for the widest possible range of students.
Findings show that universities need to start planning long-term technology strategies now. This will help students to develop the employability skills needed to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution, give staff the stability and digital skills they need, and allow organizations to promote the benefits of blended learning and value for money.
Sharing practical steps and advice, the report recommends that university leaders identify gaps in provision and invest accordingly, devising innovation frameworks to make decisions with pace and agility while focusing efforts on data management.
Nic Newman, partner at Emerge Education said, “Delivering technology-enabled teaching and learning at scale will require significant resources, and universities are still dealing with huge changes. The report shows though, that it is possible to do so by 2030, and that the benefits reaped by students, staff, and universities could be immeasurable. We hope the steps and advice prove a valuable resource for the sector, as it heads towards an exciting technology-enabled future.”
Speaking on the report, Prasad Mohare, Senior Vice President at LearningMate said,
“The pandemic has accelerated the digital shift in education. Colleges and universities around the world are building hybrid, high-flex and digital programs at a scale and pace that has never been seen before. This report offers a pulse on the change happening around us and offers timely guidance to campuses and organizations who are making this shift.”
Read the entire report, “Technology-enabled Teaching and Learning at Scale – A Roadmap to 2030,” here.
About LearningMate Solutions, Inc. LearningMate focuses on the needs of next-generation learners. The company builds on a strong foundation of learning design with progressive technology, digital media, and engineering solutions to connect today’s learners, educators, administrators, policymakers, and content creators with the information, tools, and solutions they need to be successful. With six consulting offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and India, LearningMate serves a global clientele of education publishers, traditional and non-traditional EdTech companies, K-20 schools, universities and career colleges, government agencies, non-profits, corporate learning departments, and education consortia. Learn more at www.learningmate.com.
About Jisc. Jisc’s vision is for the UK to be the most digitally advanced education and research nation in the world. At its heart is the super-fast national research and education network, Janet, with built-in cybersecurity protection. Jisc also provides technology solutions for its members (colleges, universities, and research centers) and customers (public sector bodies), help members save time and money by negotiating sector-wide deals, and provides advice and practical assistance on digital technology. Jisc is funded by the UK higher and further education and research funding bodies and member institutions. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07443 983571.
About Emerge Education. Emerge Education is a European seed fund investing in founders solving the $8.5tn skills gap. Backed by world-class education entrepreneurs and leaders, Emerge Education provides the best environment in which to start global education companies. For more information, visit https://emerge.education/.
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