Whether they are present in the classroom or logging on from home, it's challenging to keep students engaged in schoolwork. Often concentration on the lesson, IS the lesson!
Over the past decade, technology has greatly impacted education. From introducing new ways to interact with families and students, to lesson planning, organizing reports, managing and creating data, and more!
Every year schools, colleges, and universities welcome new students, and each year these new students result in the generation of a wide range of documents. From applications and admission forms, to report cards, attendance and behavior records, curriculum and financial aid documents, each needs to be properly processed, filed, and retrievable. Many of these documents are required by law to be kept for long periods of time.
Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic forced many companies to send their employees home to work, long-term remote work arrangements are now becoming commonplace.
Remote learning is becoming more and more popular – if not necessary – since the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. While many schools are opening fully, many educational institutions will be teaching online, or at least partially through remote learning.
Schools and educational institutions are under a lot of pressure to open safely despite the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Whether your school is reopening fully, or a smaller scale opening is in the works, containing viral spread is critical.