For those who may find awkward the reference to “half a decade” and not the “next decade” here is why: AI is evolving at such a staggering rate that it is simply not possible to foresee what it will represent in 10 years’ time.
Due to the complexity of innovative and engaging e-learning solutions, TTRO has a list of go-to resources, filled to the brim with brilliant insights and advice. The trick here is to never stop learning and improving your e-learning solutions.
Just owning a smartphone increases your chances of living a better life and adjacent to that access to the Internet was declared a Human Right by the United Nations, which demonstrates what an area of contention connectivity is.
While South Africa is still battling with connectivity issues and the rollout of free bandwidth to educational institutions, in other parts of the world AI is already making its effectiveness known to educators and learners.
Here’s a question: how does one find the average user? Some might say that the answer is, through a very long journey of associating elements between persona creation, data from test groups, user experience and user interface design and technical development.
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