8 Benefits of Using Augmented Reality in Education!

There are many uses of Augments Reality (AR) in education. Once an educationist integrates augmented reality into their lectures, they’ll be able to seize their students’ undivided attention. Below is a list of all of AR’s benefits.   Increased participation in classes Everyone will want to participate. Through an Augment’s app, the students will be…Continue Reading “8 Benefits of using augmented reality in education”

Global e-learning facts
Here are some interesting facts about e-learning compiled by Capita.  
  • Companies who use eLearning tools and strategies have the potential to boost productivity by 50% (IBM report, 2013)
  • Companies who offer best practice e-learning and on-the-job training generate around 26% more revenue per employee (e-learning magazine, 2013)
  • The Asian eLearning market is expected to reach $11.5 billion by 2016 (ambientinsight.com)
  • Employee training sessions designed to clearly communicate company strategy and processes are vital.
How can you be sure though that your messages are being correctly communicated to your employees based all over the world? How do you know that the training being delivered across different geographical locations is consistent with your native programme? Capita TI can help you with a comprehensive 6 stage process for localizing your eLearning solutions to ensure that they are appropriate and effective for each geographical area of your business. Global eLearning Infographic
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How parents encourage children's inquisition?

The fact that children come into the world with a seemingly unquenchable inquisition is a good thing for encouraging them to take an interest in their academic subjects. This natural curiosity is perfect for subjects (like science) that involve understanding the world around us. Here are some tips on nurturing this natural desire to explore. Continue Reading "How parents encourage children’s inquisition?"
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Google Glass' pros and cons Google Glass is a new wearable technology currently being tested by volunteers in the Google Explorer program. The head mounted device projects information to the wearer’s visual field and responds to touch and voice commands. The device can take pictures and videos, provide weather and traffic updates and guide drivers by GPS.

Google Glass may be available for holiday shoppers For testers, Google Glass cost $1,500. Glass is projected to be released by the holiday season and should cost about as much as a smartphone. Glass is designed to intuitively integrate wearable technology into the user’s daily life. Continue Reading “Google Glass’ pros and cons”