Global Smart Education Market Is Thriving Worldwide | Leading Key players Cisco, Ellucian, Blackboard, etc.

Data Lab Forecast’s latest publication “Smart Education Market Research Report 2021-2028” provides an overview of the drivers and constraints that exist in the market. It evaluates historical data on the Smart Education market and compares it with current market trends to enable readers to have a detailed analysis of the development of the market. A team of subject matter experts provided readers with qualitative and quantitative data on the market and the various elements associated with it.

The research report is divided into chapters, which are introduced by the executive summary. This is the introductory part of the chapter which provides details of the global market figures, both historical and estimated. The summary also gives a brief overview of the segments and the reasons for the rise or fall during the forecast period. The insightful research report on the Smart Education Market involves Porter’s Five Forces analysis and SWOT analysis

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Kalam Labs raises $450K for its livestreaming platform for educational games

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Kalam Labs has raised a preseed round of $450,000 in funding for its livestreaming platform for educational games.

The platform from Kalam Labs is aimed at streaming educational games for children from kindergarten through high school. The team’s young founders — who are still in college — hope to benefit from the “merging” of games an education. They’re encouraged by the popularity of Minecraft and Roblox, which together have hundreds of millions of monthly active users.

The money comes from Lightspeed and Y Combinator, and the company is going through the Y Combinator accelerator. Kalam Labs wants to build a “metaverse for science,” starting with fun virtual content for those 6-14 so they can learn science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

During the livestreams, an instructor plays a multiplayer game with the kids, taking them

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Why Risk Management education should be made part of the curriculum

The pandemic has changed the way we view and manage risks. The flip side is that it has created a greater demand for a robust enterprise risk management (ERM) ecosystem to help organisations address emerging crises through proactive, data-based integrated solutions. It is important for professionals to be risk-intelligent and capable of critical analysis to understand and map risks, and devise mitigation strategies. For this, we must start early and provide holistic risk management training.

The best way to ensure that risk awareness and compliance become a fundamental part of business behaviour across sectors is to make ERM part of the syllabus in higher education, particularly in vocational and management education, so that the habit of constantly scanning for and assessing potential threats becomes second nature. For example, there are risk management courses for students after Class XII. Not only do these help develop skills to manage financial risks

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Water Cooler: Exploring contemporary science fiction

Since these unprecedented times aren’t going anywhere fast, it’s still a great time for some escapist fiction. It may be an even better time for these stories now as the Inland Northwest has seen some cooler, breezier days offering the first hints of fall and setting the perfect mood for adventurous and fantastical stories.

Last week covered a few fiction staples, so this week will instead dive into the exciting contemporary world of science fiction, fantasy and speculative fiction. See how these genres have evolved while sinking into a world of wonderful imagination. Here are a few titles you can check out, but don’t forget to ask your local librarians and book store employees for their suggestions, too.

“Gutter Child,” by Jael Richardson (2021) – Elimina Dubois was fated to be born in the Gutter, a heavily policed area of the world where its inhabitants are forced to purchase freedom

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