Smart Education and Learning Market Size, Key Player Revenue,

Smart Education and Learning Market

The global Smart Education And Learning Market is forecast to reach USD 1,047.75 Billion by 2026, according to a new report by Reports and Data. Smart education can also be summed up as the application of smart devices to enhance the learning outcome of traditional education. It develops the learners with the skills needed for a digital future that will have more innovative ways of performing a task. It supports reachability for students who can access education remotely. Students have the scope of collaborating with others on virtual learning platforms, take part in online discussion threads to resolve their queries, take up Massive Online Open Courses (MOOC) from the best universities around the globe without physically attending the course, are some of the benefits of this form of education. In regards to region, Europe occupies a prominent market position. The market position held by Europe

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China Tightens Limits for Young Gamers and Bans School Night Play

China’s strict limits on how long minors can play online video games just got stricter. Chinese children and teenagers are barred from online gaming on school days, and limited to one hour a day on weekend and holiday evenings, under government rules issued Monday.

The rules, released by the National Press and Publication Administration, tightened restrictions from 2019 aimed at what the government said was a growing scourge of online game addiction among schoolchildren. Under the old rules, players under the age of 18 were limited to no more than 90 minutes of gaming on weekdays and three hours a day on weekend.

Parents had complained that was too generous and had been laxly enforced, the administration said. The new rule sets the permitted gameplay hour to 8 to 9 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The government said it would step up inspections to ensure that gaming companies were

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WMU launches professional training and certification in category management | WMU News

Contact: Stacey Anderson
Pictured is Dr. Russell Zwanka, associate professor of marketing, sitting at a laptop.

Dr. Russell Zwanka, associate professor of marketing.

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—The Food Industry Research and Education Center (FIRE) at Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business will offer professional training, education and category management certification for professionals in the consumer packaged goods and retail industries this fall. The program is in partnership with Learning Evolution (LE), a leader in online professional training and certification solutions.

The partnership combines the best of Western’s top-tier food marketing curriculum with the technology resources from LE. It will allow for customization of online and in-person training materials and WMU executive certificate programs for individuals and organizations worldwide. Both food marketing faculty and industry experts will develop the content and provide the instruction, under the guidance of the FIRE Center, at affordable prices that make the training an incredible value.

The first jointly developed training program is for a two-level Professional

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