Content Marketing in a Virtual Reality

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eLearningworld Weekly Review In the eLearningworld News we have acknowledged many virtual reality projects within publishing, education, health and development. The seeds to a virtual reality future for all kinds of contents are already growing and where there are content there is also a growing ground for different kinds of marketing innovation. In addition, it is a new field of gold for great storytellers as the technology improves. VR Content Marketing A research report from … Continue reading

40 years after the Soweto student uprising – ICT builds educational growth

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eLearningworld Weekly Review Yesterday, forty years have past since the Soweto student uprising started. High school students protested against racism and other injustices in school and the change of language in education to Afrikaans, in Bishop Desmond Tutu’s words: “the language of the oppressor”. The 20 000 protesters was met by extreme police brutality from the apartheid regime where the official number of students that was killed is 176, but other estimations says that real … Continue reading

Latest News: LifeLong Learning – Proposal for Mandatory Education for Adults

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eLearningworld News from Nordic Countries The former Danish European Union Commissioner Poul Nielson writes the following on behalf of the Nordic Council: “The Nordic governments should commit to the principle of introducing mandatory adult and continuing training for everybody in the labour markets in the Nordic region and, together with the social partners, should decide to implement experimental activities via joint pilot projects as described here in the two basic models for implementation of the … Continue reading

Latest News: Romania partner with Watson to build Cognitive Computing Hub

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eLearningworld News from Romania The Government of Romania has identified cognitive computing as one of the fields to boost future growth. In this spirit the government has signed a letter of intent with IBM to jointly build European and National Romanian Innovation Cognitive Hub (ENRICH). The Romanian Ministry of Communications and Information Society sees IBM with its Watson-platform as a natural first partner in developing a cluster for cognitive computing in the country. This should … Continue reading