Emerging technologies in digital learning

Digital learning has created a tangible and substantial impact in all forms of industries. Education, as an industry can survive and evolve only if it keeps its pace with the latest technologies in digital learning. Some technologies change the way education is imparted to learners are :

1. Holographic displays:

Learning is more effective with 3D views of a place, person, or object using light beams. Its visual appeal means that it can easily be accepted by the learners of the current generation. The ways to keep this technology put forward are:

– Connecting geographically remote classrooms
– Providing multiple presentations across many locations at one time
– Have experts to present on stage in the virtual form

Products Like: VirtualonPixeloHolovect

2. Wearable Devices:

These devices can be worn on the body and hence provide immense portability and flexibility when paired with learning programmes. They are capable of delivering an amazing user experience with its ‘learn anywhere’ USP. It comes in handy to impart a ‘moment in need’ learning approach vital in corporate settings.

Be it smart watches or smart glasses, the integration of wearables with VR can help in many ways. Learners can step into a virtual world and interact with related characters. The lifelike virtual world ensures in-depth product knowledge training. With wearable devices, access to guides, manuals, and tutorials are just one tap away.

For example Real Wear™, Tesla VR Suit, HardlightVR Suits, Axo VR X Gloves

3. Big Data and AI:

A huge amount of data can be collected from social media websites, financial institutions, etc. to analyze and come up with performance-enhancing details. In the education sector, optimum performance means reviewing data beyond the regular test scores.

Big data makes way for advancements in Artificial Intelligence. This can give rise to automated teachers – an interesting and exciting scenario to look forward to.

(also read: Authoring tools for eLearning)

4. Prescriptive Analysis:

This analysis uses software enabled by AI. It analyzes data and its effect on the educational sector and among learners. It also directs the best actions to perform. Education would become more personalized with these applications, thus bringing down the failure rate, better assessments, and gaps in the learning methods. AI and prescriptive analysis can really elevate the education industry.

The unique confluence of AI with prescriptive analysis will use big data to come up with a more personalized learning approach. The outcome? Better assessment of risk factors that lead to dropouts, gauging the precise moments that can deliver a poor student experience that leads to frustration for a topic or subject, and enable better metrics tracking for assessing learners’ performance.

In addition, the practical applications of AI-based teaching innovations include examples like administrative chatbots and automated teaching assistants.

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