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Technology: Providing the platform for India’s education sector to prepare for transformational changes

There are 600 million people in India under the age of 25. At 25 million, our student population is the world’s second largest after China. With a burgeoning middle class, there is an increasing ability to “pay” for education among Indians. Today the country boasts nearly 700 Universities, ~ 33,000 colleges and more than 12,500

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Getting Hooked to Feeds

In my previous article I wrote about the ease of learning through a mobile app. This article explores the delivery and structure of learning within that mobile app.   A structured approach is the best route for successful implementation of any learning process inside or outside a Mobile App. It is for good reasons that

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Prof. Narayanan of HBS talks about ‘Redefining Online Learning’

Online education has been slow to take off because educators have been unable to fully exploit the features that this medium offers. The primary problem is that online education has tried to replicate a physical classroom environment. However, people find that watching a video of someone giving a talk online without any real interaction can

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Redefining Online Learning by Prof. V.G. Narayanan of HBS

In 2015, we at Linkstreet Learning plan to showcase a series of informative webinars. Our first webinar titled "Redefining Online Learning" by Prof. V.G. Narayanan of Harvard Business School (HBS) is scheduled for Thursday, 5th March 2015 from 4:30-5:30 PM.   In this one hour session, Prof. Narayanan will be sharing his thoughts on the

‘Modi’fying e-learning Industry of India

India is currently reliving the post-independence era, well, almost. The Prime Minister is set to revolutionize every trade, every industry. Being undoubtedly one of the most tech savvy Prime Minister the nation has seen, he is striving hard to use the medium of technology extensively as a part of the solution. And the immature e-learning

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