At the peak of the pandemic, nearly 1.6 billion learners across the globe were impacted by school closures. This scenario forced institutions and educators to embrace the use of edtech tools and platforms. Virtual learning platforms and spaces now make it possible to offer education that is affordable and accessible anywhere in the world for the long-run.
- And online educational content can be made available in a range of formats — live classes and on-demand streaming, webinars and instructional videos — for students at any level.
- There is now far more flexibility for students to customise their learning experience
- Educational events held on virtual and hybrid event platforms like Zuddl, break down geographical barriers that formerly determined how students could learn and access new opportunities such as virtual career fairs that broaden access to global opportunities.
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