Shifting Preference of Education Institutes, Students and Corporates Towards Smart Methods of Learning is Expected to Propel the Market Through 2026

DUBLIN, Feb. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Smart Education & Learning Market By Component (Hardware, Software, Service), By Deployment Mode (On-Premise v/s Cloud), By Learning Type, By Learning Mode, By Type of Content, By End User, By Company, By Region, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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The Global Smart Education & Learning Market is expected to grow at an impressive rate during the forecast period. The Global Smart Education & Learning Market is driven by the rise in the number of virtual schools.

Additionally, shifting preference of education institutes, students and corporates towards smart methods of learning is expected to propel the market through 2026. Besides, emergence of connected devices and BYOD concept is further expected to foster the market growth during the forecast period.

Furthermore, proactive initiatives by the different governments across the globe is expected to positively

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Why does Citizen Trump still have so much support?

FILE. Letter writer says, 'It may be that many people actually long for a powerful authoritarian who declares that his revealed truth is the real and only truth, regardless of what reason, science, law and logic say, and who claims to know more about everything than anybody and be better than anybody at everything.' (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

FILE. Letter writer says, ‘It may be that many people actually long for a powerful authoritarian who declares that his revealed truth is the real and only truth, regardless of what reason, science, law and logic say, and who claims to know more about everything than anybody and be better than anybody at everything.’ (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

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After downplaying the pandemic, after ridiculing masks and thereby contributing to its spread to the point where the United States has a seriously disproportionate share of worldwide cases and deaths, after years of his prolific dishonesty, after his adoration of ruthless foreign dictators, after having dozens of election lawsuits thrown out by Democratic and Republican judges, after encouraging the adherents of dangerous lunatic conspiracy theories as long as they like him, after raising millions of

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48 Fantasy & Sci-Fi Book Releases To Look Out For In 2021

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2021 is absolutely jam-packed with fantasy and science fiction books that readers around the world are going to devour! Between the months of January and June, readers can expect magic, warring kingdoms, witches, magic, post-apocalyptic worlds, and so, so much more!

Read on to discover some of the January to June fantasy and sci-fi books we’re excited for and be sure to let us know in the comments what books you’re looking forward to!

Want more 2021 releases? Check out our lists for Most Anticipated 2021 Books, 2021 Queer Book Releases, 2021 Romance Book Releases, 2021 YA Book Releases, and 2021 Queer SFF Book Releases.

JANUARY

The Mask of Mirrors by M.A. Carrick
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Darkly magical and

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Northwestern University’s School of Education and Social Policy Facilitates Donation of Learning Games

The School of Education and Social Policy’s Office of Community Education Partnerships helped facilitate the donation of approximately 9,200 Osmo sampler kits to children and educators in Evanston and Chicago, including Evanston/Skokie School District 65, Chicago Public Schools (CPS), and community organizations.

The donation, valued at $92,000, was made by Osmo Cares, the charitable program of Osmo, which makes educational hands-on learning games that teach literacy, math, coding, drawing, spatial skills, and more. Kids play with Osmo by manipulating physical objects in front of a digital world shown on their iPad or Fire tablets. Most Osmo games are designed for ages 5-12.

When the COVID-19 pandemic first closed schools in March, the Osmo team began brainstorming ways to help schools and families. Northwestern University alumnus Felix Hu, Osmo’s director of products, reached out to his former advisor and mentor, Mike Horn, for advice on how to provide schoolchildren with

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