Distance learning has taken a huge leap forward in the past decade with the evolution of tech-aided solutions. Even before the Covid-19 lockdown, there was an increasing demand for virtual courses, largely stimulated by professionals seeking up- or cross-skilling opportunities and overseas students. Now, as Governments begin to ease restrictions, academic institutes and business schools can begin to imagine how educational needs and delivery might further evolve in the post-pandemic era.
@RoySocChem - Publishers of some of the world’s most impactful research journals and books have committed to tackling bias and discrimination by signing up to the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Joint commitment for action on inclusion and diversity in publishing.
Richard Harpin, the founder and CEO of home repairs and improvement business @HomeServeUK, says the Government's move to increase support for firms taking on a young apprentice to £3K in total does not go far enough. Research undertaken by @CheckaTrade suggests the figure would need to be closer to £7K to have an impact.
Youth environmental charity @Action4Conserv - who last year pioneered the world’s largest youth-led conservation project - have recently launched WildWEB: a revolutionary digital action programme designed to equip the next generation of environmental leaders with the tools and knowledge to lead a ‘green recovery’ from the COVID crisis. The programme is accessed from home and for free.
#PowerYourBreakthrough content series hosted by creative professionals working in animation, motion design, filmmaking, photography, graphic design, and illustration
Technology market leader HP has partnered with Intel and creative freelance network Movidiam to launch a new initiative designed to inspire the next generation of digital artists. Six UK-based freelancers, masters of their respective crafts, will curate a series of online courses that provide practical creative skills and industry knowledge.
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