Broadband networks have the possibility to radically change the educational landscape, making prestigious news centers of learning in the developing world, providing access to distance learning programs to remote families, and aiding poorer regions maintain high performing learner who can help lift their country out of scarcity through serving as researchers, entrepreneurs as well as policy makers in accordance to a new report recently released by the BCDD or Broadband Commission for Digital Development.
Broadband, Technology and Education
The BCDD outcome report, offers an idea of how access to high speed technologies over fixed and mobile program can be prolonged in order students as well as teachers anywhere can read the advantage for their community and themselves as well.
Distance learning techniques cannot just help regions educate adult and children living in far places, on the other hand broadband based learning strategies could also develop into a source of money for those nationwide high education organizations which succeed in making compelling, world class subjects made to the requirement of the people living in the third world country.
The report is the outcome of combining input from a big number of Commissioners as well as their institutions such as Alcatel-Lucent, Intel, Broadband Commissioners, the Inter-American Development Bank.
The report also emphasizes the significance of broadband deployment as a ways of accelerating development towards the Universal Primary Educations Millennium Development Goal and the UNESCO’s goals. It distinguishes that participation in the world economy is growing dependent on talent in navigating the high technology world.
Download and read the full report at http://www.broadbandcommission.org/work/working-groups/education/BD_bbcomm-education_2013.pdf
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