Online study – Online College Offers http://onlinecollegeoffers.net/ Tue, 28 Jun 2022 01:32:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-15.png Online study – Online College Offers http://onlinecollegeoffers.net/ 32 32 Online study nails KY for misconduct https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/online-study-nails-ky-for-misconduct/ Tue, 28 Jun 2022 00:59:16 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/online-study-nails-ky-for-misconduct/ If you’re reading this and you’re from Louisville, I apologize in advance…but I HATE Louisville traffic. I like the city but I don’t like the highways that cross it. DRIVING IN BIG CITIES I’m also not a big fan of Lexington traffic, but I go there much less often than in Louisville. And it’s not […]]]>

If you’re reading this and you’re from Louisville, I apologize in advance…but I HATE Louisville traffic. I like the city but I don’t like the highways that cross it.

DRIVING IN BIG CITIES

I’m also not a big fan of Lexington traffic, but I go there much less often than in Louisville. And it’s not like I can’t stand driving in a big city. I move very well in Nashville. In fact, it’s the other way around…sometimes it looks like NASHVILLIANS are nervous driving in their own city.

But this is Tennessee and we have to talk about Kentucky and irresponsible driving. And I hate to tell you this, folks from Kentucky, but we’ve been warned. And no, we can’t just blame Louisville or Lexington for this one. If that were the case, Kentucky wouldn’t be among the top ten states with the most irresponsible drivers.

ONLINE STUDY SHEDS LIGHT ON MISCONDUCT STATE BY STATE

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an agency of the Department of Transportation, crunch the numbers and determined that there was a more than 10% increase in traffic fatalities in 2021 compared to 2020. And when NHTSA broke it down into specific categories, it found that there were increases In all areas.

This is where SmartAsset comes in. The fintech company took the numbers from NHTSA and ranked the states with the most irresponsible drivers. Let me say, if you’re traveling south, go around the Mississippi. The Magnolia State may lay claim to some stunningly beautiful trees, but the ride leaves a lot to be desired. I was surprised to learn that over 29% of Mississippi residents do not have car insurance. But the main reason it tops the list is 1.9 deaths per 100 million miles driven. Yes, that number is actually the SECOND highest in that specific category (South Carolina at 1.97 is No. 1). But when combined with other factors, Mississippi comes out on top…or bottom, depending on how you look at it.

I mentioned Tennessee earlier. Well, despite my lack of concern crossing his capital, the Willing State comes second in this dodgy countdown.

HOW GOOD IS THE DRIVING IN KENTUCKY?

So where does Kentucky fit in? How about a ROBUST No. 8? It’s right there between two states in the desert southwest – Nevada at #7 and Arizona at #8. So we’re just a bit more responsible than people in Las Vegas – this metro area consumes most of Nevada’s population, and we’re a little LESS responsible than drivers navigating huge metropolitan areas like Phoenix and Tucson.

Only 13.9% of Kentucky drivers are uninsured, but that’s still too high. Additionally, the Commonwealth ranks 12th in the impaired driving arrest category.

In 2019, Northern Kentucky police issued nearly 300 citations on Interstate 75 in a 12-hour period. Not good.

The Kentucky Highway Safety Bureau publishes statistics on fatal accidents. Here are the numbers for 2020 and 2021.

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And here’s what the agency has, so far, for 2022.

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WHERE ARE THE NATION’S SAFEST DRIVERS?

If you’re wondering and haven’t seen the breakdown, the safest drivers are in the Northeastern United States. I don’t know if this has anything to do with the lower speed limits in this area, but it is possible. It would take a brain much bigger than mine to make that decision.

Summer is in full swing and people are driving a lot. In the words of a great character from a great detective show of the 1980s (Hill Street Blues), “Let’s be careful there.”

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Read on to explore the cost of gas over time and rediscover how much a gallon cost when you first started driving.

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Children increasingly exposed to predators and cult groups while learning online: study » Capital News https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/children-increasingly-exposed-to-predators-and-cult-groups-while-learning-online-study-capital-news/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 11:17:37 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/children-increasingly-exposed-to-predators-and-cult-groups-while-learning-online-study-capital-news/ NAIROBI, Kenya, June 10 – At least 6% of children with internet access have shared their naked images with other internet users, mostly predators, according to a new study. According to the report released Thursday by the Ministry of Public Service, Gender, Senior Citizen Affairs and Special Programs, 6% of children reached in the study […]]]>

NAIROBI, Kenya, June 10 – At least 6% of children with internet access have shared their naked images with other internet users, mostly predators, according to a new study.

According to the report released Thursday by the Ministry of Public Service, Gender, Senior Citizen Affairs and Special Programs, 6% of children reached in the study confirmed having shared images or videos in the past year. elapsed.

Additionally, 14% of kids confirmed they had met someone in person after first meeting them online in the past year.

“While these images are most often shared voluntarily among peers and close friends, seven children shared nude images following threats and six said they had been pressured by friends,” the End report funded. Violence Against Children, a public-private collaboration. including governments, UN agencies, research institutes and international NGOs.

The report which assessed 1,014 internet users further stated that two-thirds of children using the internet have not learned how to stay safe online.

He also pointed to a growing risk in children exposed to the internet through online learning platforms.

“In a world that is increasingly shaped by the rapid evolution and adoption of digital technologies, the internet is a tool for children to engage in a very empowering way, but it is also a double-edged sword. , hence the need for a strategy for proper use of the internet for good and at the same time be aware of the dangers the internet poses,” said Cabinet Secretary Margaret Kobia, commenting on the ministry’s findings.

The report lists blackmail, hacking, cybercrime, drug abuse, kidnapping and joining cults among the risks children face on online platforms.

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The report noted an increase in the number of children available online with the introduction of online learning following the COVID-19 outbreak cited as a major contributor to the trend.

According to the report, learners were often exposed to other online platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Messenger and Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, which are most popular among young people.

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More Equality Online: Study Reveals People’s Opinions https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/more-equality-online-study-reveals-peoples-opinions/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/more-equality-online-study-reveals-peoples-opinions/ Researchers in social and media psychology at the University of Cologne have explored digital environments in which people tend to represent themselves in idealized ways. The results show that there is a clear tendency to attribute idealized attributes to one’s avatar, especially with regard to its psychological traits. The study “Self-representation through avatars in digital […]]]>

Researchers in social and media psychology at the University of Cologne have explored digital environments in which people tend to represent themselves in idealized ways. The results show that there is a clear tendency to attribute idealized attributes to one’s avatar, especially with regard to its psychological traits. The study “Self-representation through avatars in digital environment” was published in Current psychology.

The Internet allows people to present their physical and psychological attributes to an extent that does not correspond to reality. A research group led by Professor Kai Kaspar, a psychologist at the University of Cologne, wanted to find out whether people tend to idealize themselves and, if so, in which contexts. For the study, 568 people were randomly assigned to one of six digital environments in an online experiment: online dating, competitive online gaming, cooperative online gaming, social network with friends, social network with strangers, social network with professional contacts.

Participants were asked to provide physical and demographic as well as psychological attributes, once for their actual self-image (i.e. how they actually rated themselves), their ideal self-image (how they would like to be) and for the online avatar (through which they would like to represent themselves virtually). The main question the researchers explored was: do people conceive of their avatar more as they actually are (actual representation) or more as they would like to be (idealized representation)?

Scientists have found that for most internet users, height, body weight, age, and gender correspond between the real self, the idealized self, and the avatar. “We’ve only seen a slight trend across the various environments for people to present their avatars differently than they actually are, or would like to be,” Kaspar said.

In the case of psychological characteristics, on the other hand, there was a clear tendency to attribute idealized attributes to the avatar. Online, people said they were more outgoing, nicer, more conscientious and less neurotic than they actually thought. The researchers observed almost no difference between the six environments. “Idealized self-representation through one’s avatar appears to be a general Internet phenomenon and relates more to psychological traits than to physical ones. It’s exciting because self-advocacy on the internet is becoming more and more important. The strong idealization of neurotic tendencies is particularly striking,” said co-author Zimmermann.

Moreover, with regard to the attributed psychological characteristics, it appeared that the actual differences between people are more important than the differences that could be observed between their avatars. Thus, it appears that most Internet users do not exploit the full range of possible avatar designs. On the contrary, there seems to be an orientation towards social norms, which is why avatars are more similar to each other than to people in real life.


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Dogs help college students deal with stress in person or online, study finds https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/dogs-help-college-students-deal-with-stress-in-person-or-online-study-finds/ Thu, 26 May 2022 14:55:42 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/dogs-help-college-students-deal-with-stress-in-person-or-online-study-finds/ Over 460 students participated in live and synchronous or recorded and asynchronous virtual sessions with a dog and a trainer PRESS RELEASEBROCK UNIVERSITY*************************You may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but new research shows that a new approach to in-person canine visits to reduce stress can provide benefits for student well-being. […]]]>

Over 460 students participated in live and synchronous or recorded and asynchronous virtual sessions with a dog and a trainer

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You may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but new research shows that a new approach to in-person canine visits to reduce stress can provide benefits for student well-being. Associate Professor Christine Tardif-Williams from the Department of Child and Youth Studies at Brock University, along with Associate Professor John-Tyler Binfet from the University of British Columbia (UBC) Okanagan, recently completed a study to determine whether virtual time spent with animals might be equally effective in enhancing well-being, reducing negative affect, and increasing positive affect during in-person animal visits.

“We now know from a number of studies that animal or dog-assisted interventions work very well in relieving students’ stress, reducing homesickness and loneliness, and increasing positive affect and feelings. social connections on campus for undergraduates,” says TardifWilliams.

After the pandemic, Tardif-Williams and Binfet, who is also director of UBC Okanagan’s Building Academic Retention through K9s (BARK) program, began having conversations about supporting student wellbeing in an online context. They received a Insight Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada titled “Undergraduate Student Stress Reduction through Virtual Canine Comfort” to find out if virtual tours could help them.

Their findings are shared in a new article, “Virtual canine comfort: a randomized controlled trial of the effects of a dog-assisted intervention on the well-being of undergraduate students», published in Anthrozoös at the end of April.

The article describes a study in which more than 460 students participated in live and synchronous or recorded and asynchronous virtual sessions with a dog and a trainer.

While the students virtually visited the dog, the trainer followed a scenario asking questions about the stress in the participant’s life. After the session, the researchers measured stress, loneliness, and other measures of well-being, as well as positive and negative affect.

Although the sessions lasted only five to seven minutes, the results showed that they were effective in reducing stress and improving well-being, whether synchronous or asynchronous.

“I think in some ways it’s really appealing to young people, from remote or remote learners to those who don’t seek mental health services for various reasons,” says Tardif-Williams, who researched in-depth on the close relationships between young people. and animals and has taught a course on Pets in the Lives of Children and Youth for the past decade. “The dog and handler can bring people together to start a conversation about wellness, and I think it has the potential to reach a lot of diverse students.”

Tardif-Williams emphasizes that the modules are intended to be used as a first step towards the comprehensive mental health services provided on campus, rather than a substitute.

However, because the videos are inexpensive, low-barrier, and available online whenever students need them, she thinks the research, which is ongoing, holds great promise.

“Now we’ve polished the asynchronous videos, with the help of a videographer and others from the research team, and produced a series of six videos,” Tardif-Williams explains. “Nearly 250 participants from 41 different countries have now watched these clips.”

Those interested in participating in the next phase of the study are encouraged to visit @barkubc on Instagram. Participation only takes a few minutes and will support ongoing research into the impact of virtual dog sessions on stress reduction.

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6 in 10 children exposed to cyber risks online, study finds https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/6-in-10-children-exposed-to-cyber-risks-online-study-finds/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 15:21:52 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/6-in-10-children-exposed-to-cyber-risks-online-study-finds/ The number of cybercrimes against children jumped 144% in 2020 and continues to rise since the shift to distance education. Six in 10 children aged 8 to 12 are exposed to cyber risks online and one in two children are victims of cyberbullying, and almost a third experience other cyber threats such as phishing or […]]]>

The number of cybercrimes against children jumped 144% in 2020 and continues to rise since the shift to distance education.

Six in 10 children aged 8 to 12 are exposed to cyber risks online and one in two children are victims of cyberbullying, and almost a third experience other cyber threats such as phishing or hacking, according to a cybersecurity study.

Cybercrimes against children used to be at a steady rate of 5-9% each year, but rose sharply by 144% in 2020 after more than 1 billion school children worldwide switched to remote learning, according to Surfshark.

Annual financial losses due to cybercrimes against children reached USD 660,000 (32% decrease year-on-year) in 2020 alone.

To put it into perspective, in the United States alone, approximately 12 million children have been exposed to cyber risks, 9 million have been affected by cyberbullying, and 6 million have experienced cyber threats in the last three years.

Naturally, children in countries with the lowest online presence are the least likely to be cyberbullied or fall victim to cyber dangers such as phishing or even hacking.

However, online safety education plays one of the most important roles in children’s ability to deal with cyberbullying, phishing and other cyber threats.

“Through this study, we can see that educating children about cyber threats plays a huge role so that they know how to deal with problems that can arise online. Every child is an individual,” said the expert in cybersecurity Aleksandr Valentij.

“They all look for different things in their online experience, handle danger differently. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to discussing online safety with your children. Instead, you need to discover ways to converse with them and help them understand what to do.”

Interestingly, low- and lower-middle-income countries have better online safety education than rich countries.

High-income countries like Saudi Arabia and Uruguay have virtually no online safety training, with ratings of 6.5 and 2 out of 100.

So, it’s no surprise that children in Saudi Arabia and Uruguay are the least prepared to deal with online threats.

In contrast, children in Asia-Pacific countries (India, Malaysia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand) have the best online risk management skills.

India has online safety education programs 30% stronger than the global average, while Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand have even stronger online safety education programs than India.

How to Talk to Kids About Online Safety

As the vulnerability of children’s online wellbeing increases, cybersecurity expert Aleksandr Valentij shares six tips on how to talk about cybersecurity with your children:

Educating young children: Use child-friendly educational sources like interactive cartoons. Teach children to avoid sharing personal information, photos and videos online.

Discuss Internet Safety: Focus on empowering kids, don’t scare them when it comes to using the internet. Make sure your child knows what is safe to do online and what is not.

Build trust: Let your child know they can contact you with any questions or concerns. Create an environment of trust and respect by encouraging children to tell a parent or trusted adult if they face a cyber threat.

Use cybersecurity tools: Use the right tools to protect them (e.g. antivirus, VPN, content blocker, ad blocker, etc.). Help your child run regular scans with firewalls and email filters to further reduce risks, such as ransomware.

Change passwords: If your child’s email or game platform password is leaked, help your child change it immediately. Better yet, use password managers to generate new passwords and avoid using weak passwords.

Configure internet rules: Adjust privacy settings and use parental controls for online games, apps, social media sites, and other websites. Keep your computer in an open space and consider setting time limits on all devices.

Source: World TRT

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BSV Blockchain Launches Online Study Platform on CSDN https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/bsv-blockchain-launches-online-study-platform-on-csdn/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/bsv-blockchain-launches-online-study-platform-on-csdn/ Today, BSV blockchain officially launches a brand new online study platform on CSDN and releases its first course, “Bitcoin Basics: Protocol and Design”. The online study platform offers a range of professional teaching aids and high-quality learning resources. These enable both learners interested in blockchain technology and job seekers looking for new career opportunities to […]]]>

Today, BSV blockchain officially launches a brand new online study platform on CSDN and releases its first course, “Bitcoin Basics: Protocol and Design”. The online study platform offers a range of professional teaching aids and high-quality learning resources. These enable both learners interested in blockchain technology and job seekers looking for new career opportunities to effectively acquire blockchain-related knowledge and obtain the relevant professional competency certificates.

This study platform includes three main modules:

  • Course: refers to 6 introductory courses and 9 regular courses that cover a range of bitcoin theory, bitcoin development as well as bitcoin infrastructure, which are required by learners and developers.
  • Video course: Refer to courses taught by seasoned blockchain speakers on different topics to help learners gain an in-depth understanding of the key points covered in each course.
  • BSV Wiki: contains a list of “Definitions of Terms and Phrases” which outlines the professional construction and interpretation of basic terms and concepts that regularly appear in the Bitcoin and blockchain fields.

The first introductory course, “Bitcoin Basics: Protocol and Design”, is now available online. This course briefly introduces the Bitcoin protocol and how a Bitcoin system works to help learners gain a basic understanding of how to store data in a Bitcoin network and further its sustainable development.

You are now prompted to login to the website https://ac.csdn.net/bsv to register and access the learning page. Regular classes and other preliminaries will also launch online soon.

Commenting on the online study platform officially launched today by BSV blockchain, Lise LiCEO of Keyi Tech and head of BSV Blockchain China, said:

“Blockchain has quickly become a new area of ​​technology and is attracting more and more attention. However, many people have struggled to learn about blockchain in an efficient and systematic way. We are truly honored to partner with CSDNwhich has a customer base of over 30 million developers in China, to jointly establish such a blockchain study platform and launch a blockchain engineer qualification program to help learners, developers and professionals effectively acquire the relevant theories and skills, so that these pioneers can find better career opportunities in the next technological wave. Keyi Tech always hopes to play a leading role in providing blockchain-themed education and professional training, and is also willing to collaborate with more organizations to train more professionals in this regard. »

Also commenting on the announcement, Chen Yulong, CTO of CSDN (Shanghai), mentioned:

“A series of certification programs offered by the CSDN Competence Accreditation Center have been recognized by many companies, while the competency standards it sets have become the guiding principles for developers to learn and grow. This partnership between CSDN, BSV blockchain and Keyi Tech in launching the Blockchain Engineer Qualification Program represents a milestone of immense significance.Boasting an extremely strong performance in its own right, the BSV blockchain is known for its ability to scale without limit, providing greater data capacity and functionality, in addition to extremely low transaction fees. I believe that as more developers continue to learn and grow through this platform and become certified , the blockchain industry will gradually embrace a shift from value migration to value creation.”

About CSDN

Founded in 1999, CSDN (Chinese Software Developer Network) is a professional Chinese-language computer technology network, dedicated to becoming a community of mutual communication and common growth for computer technology specialists. From November 2020, CSDN has over 31 million registered members, ranked #26 on Alexa.com worldwide, and has hosted over 36 million tech-themed articles and amassed 20 million subscribers on its new media account. CSDN has partnered with over 1,000 business partners, including a galaxy of global leaders such as AWS, Baidu, Google, Huawei, IBM, Microsoft and Tencent.

About Shanghai Keyi Technology Co., Ltd.

Shanghai Keyi Technology Co., Ltd. is a business consulting service provider dedicated to BSV blockchain adoption and awareness in China and focus on the dissemination of advanced technologies and application services. Keyi Tech is a member of the Shanghai Blockchain Technology Association and the Taiwan International Blockchain Strategy Association. At present, the company mainly serves leading players in the science and technology sectors in Europe and North Americaand the provision of services such as consulting services, planning and implementation of marketing campaigns, creation and maintenance of public communications and public relations, and technology education and training.

For questions regarding education, training and technology consulting collaboration, please email [email protected].

On the BSV blockchain

BSV is the ideal blockchain for enterprise and government projects. With unlimited chain scaling, the BSV Blockchain meets the needs of large-scale technology applications: high transaction volumes, fast speed, low predictable fees, micropayment capabilities, and greater data capacity. Its powerful technical capabilities enable smart contracts, tokenization, IoT device management, computation and more. As a public registry, BSV also enables transparency, auditability and more honesty for governments, citizens and businesses. Applications on BSV now cover a wide range of industry sectors – media and entertainment, social media, online games, Metaverse/AR/VR, digital advertising, data integrity, identity management, government services, supply chain, accounting, RegTech, distributed network intelligence, Internet of Things and financial services. BSV also supports an eco-friendly and regulatory-compliant blockchain ecosystem that businesses and governments want.

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Vietnamese-made teaching software, necessary technology platforms for online study https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/vietnamese-made-teaching-software-necessary-technology-platforms-for-online-study/ Wed, 13 Apr 2022 10:39:03 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/vietnamese-made-teaching-software-necessary-technology-platforms-for-online-study/ Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung Phuong, a teacher in Ha Tinh, said she was worried when she had to continue meeting students in the new academic year via the internet because of Covid-19. “Nobody told us what to do. Last year my school provided a Teams account, but they are not providing […]]]>

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Phuong, a teacher in Ha Tinh, said she was worried when she had to continue meeting students in the new academic year via the internet because of Covid-19.

“Nobody told us what to do. Last year my school provided a Teams account, but they are not providing accounts this year due to financial reasons. We chat amongst ourselves and try Zoom, then use Google Meet,” she said.

“We managed to make clips and then post the course clips on the platforms. We teach each other which platforms we should use, which are high quality and which we can use for free,” she said. “A few days ago we used Zoom. It was ok even though we were automatically kicked out every 40 minutes. But there’s too much lag these days, so we opted for Google Meet.

Phuong and other teachers said that despite some drawbacks, it is still easy to use foreign platforms for online teaching.

Nguyen Hong Hanh, deputy principal of Ly Thai To Primary School, said most schools in the locality use Zoom for online education because it is simple and easy for elementary students. Google Meet is more suitable for middle and high school students.

Hanh said the school had tried apps provided by national companies, but “teachers said they weren’t really effective and didn’t have a lot of utilities like Zoom.”

The ability to interact was the biggest problem with software made in Vietnam, according to a teacher in Hanoi.

He said that while the interfaces of Zoom, Meet and Teams are user-friendly and simple, some Vietnamese platforms have too many features and contain superfluous information, including advertisements.

“Software developers might think that having many features will be an advantage. But in fact, teachers and students only need a few basic features. The most important things are simple connection, easy to use and good interaction,” he said.

The e-learning market has seen a growth rate of 150% per month over the past two years. More than 80% of the market share is held by Zoom with 300 million users, while Microsoft Teams has 250 million and Google Meet 120 million.

Meanwhile, according to To Hong Nam from the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), 90% of schools use Zoom because the platforms made in Vietnam do not meet their requirements.

Chu Cam Tho from the Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences said that foreign and Vietnamese software products used in online education in Vietnam simply enable communication with others, but do not have the function of management, evaluation and total systematic interactions.

Learning management systems (LMS) such as Teams, Google Classroom, and Canvas are not specifically designed for education administration and are not tied to digitized education data.

“Education is a system of distinct activities and subjects. And education technology should be a tool used only to solve educational problems,” she said.

She said teachers use Zoom and Zalo only to see students’ faces, but they can’t show slides or e-books. They cannot give exercises and supervise the learning process of the students, and the results of the students cannot be assessed immediately.

Tho pointed out that Vietnam does not have a real technological system specially designed for online education, and this is the reason for the problems.

Specific requirements

Phuong, a teacher from Ha Tinh, said she didn’t know which platforms to use if Meet was no longer useful.

Meanwhile, Nam said online education platforms have servers located overseas and do not have representatives in Vietnam, so it is difficult to deal with violations.

Nguyen Dinh Duc from Hanoi National University said there was a need to create a software product for common use in online education across Vietnam. Schools use different products, which makes it impossible to share resources in lesson plans and online tutorials.

Tran Nam Dung, deputy principal of the High School for the Gifted at National University of HCM City, said schools and teachers are willing to use Vietnamese software in online education, provided vendors improve the software to meet the requirements.

Experts believe that even if the Covid-19 does not break out again, online education will continue to develop thanks to its great advantages. Minister of Education and Training, Nguyen Kim Son, during the National Assembly’s question-and-answer session on November 11, affirmed that online education will continue even after the pandemic is under control.

The government and the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) recently created policies to develop digital technology products, including a “Make in Vietnam” strategy and national digital transformation; and held competitions to encourage companies to create useful technology solutions, such as the Make in Vietnam and Viet Solutions awards.

Vietnamese technology companies now have great opportunities and encouragement from the government to enter the e-learning platform market.

Ha Anh

HCM City elementary schools will have joint video lessons

HCM City elementary schools will have joint video lessons

The video lessons made by outstanding primary school teachers identified by local education officials will be used by all primary schools in Ho Chi Minh City.

Ministry report: online teaching, learning is effective

Ministry report: online teaching, learning is effective

In a report responding to questions from Members of the National Assembly, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) affirmed the effectiveness of online teaching and learning and equity in education. access to learning conditions between regions.

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Maharashtra government launches free online study module to help medical students returning to Ukraine https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/maharashtra-government-launches-free-online-study-module-to-help-medical-students-returning-to-ukraine/ Fri, 08 Apr 2022 09:55:42 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/maharashtra-government-launches-free-online-study-module-to-help-medical-students-returning-to-ukraine/ The Maharashtra government has launched a free online study module for students returning from war-torn Ukraine. The Maharashtra government has launched a free online study module for students returning from war-torn Ukraine. The Maharashtra government has launched a three-month online course for students returning from Ukraine who left the country while their courses were still […]]]>

The Maharashtra government has launched a free online study module for students returning from war-torn Ukraine.

The Maharashtra government has launched a free online study module for students returning from war-torn Ukraine.

The Maharashtra government has launched a three-month online course for students returning from Ukraine who left the country while their courses were still incomplete. The course for returning Ukrainian students was designed by the State University of Health Sciences. The course’s digital content was developed in partnership by Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) headquartered in Nashik and a private entity, Elsevier. The study module, which is free of charge, was launched by Maharashtra State Minister of Medical Education Amit Deshmukh and MUHS Vice Chancellor Madhuri Kanitkar.

TEMPORARY ACCOMMODATION FOR STUDENTS

MUHS VC Madhuri Kanitkar went on to say, “The digital content has been developed by MUHS with assistance from Elsevier. This is a voluntary course for students who have returned from Ukraine. This is of a temporary arrangement for students who currently have no access to education.

She added that the university has also developed a downloadable mobile app for the e-learning module that allows students to use the study materials on their phones.

REGISTRATION ON THE MUHS PORTAL

Informing that the course will be free, MUHS VC said, “Students interested in taking the online course will need to self-register on the MUHS portal. No fees will be charged to students for this course.”

COURSES TO HELP RETURNEES TO UKRAINE COMPLETE EDUCATION

Maharashtra State Minister of Medical Education Amit Deshmukh went on to say that the module will prove beneficial for returning students from Ukraine who are expected to take advantage of it.

He added, “Students pursuing medical studies in Ukraine had to return to India due to the outbreak of war there.”

“To prevent these students from dropping out of school, the MUHS and Elsevier have made useful content available to them within a very short time”, continued the Minister.

However, a senior Elsevier officer, Amit Modi, said: “As this course has been developed as an interim arrangement, there will be no particular benefit from this course for students.”

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Maharashtra government launches free online study module for medical students returning to Ukraine – Edexlive https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/maharashtra-government-launches-free-online-study-module-for-medical-students-returning-to-ukraine-edexlive/ Thu, 07 Apr 2022 23:53:00 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/maharashtra-government-launches-free-online-study-module-for-medical-students-returning-to-ukraine-edexlive/ All about the course | (Photo: Edexlive) An online course has been designed by the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences especially for students who have returned from war-torn Ukraine and had to interrupt their studies. The three-month course was launched by the government of Maharashtra on April 7, Thursday. Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), […]]]>

All about the course | (Photo: Edexlive)

An online course has been designed by the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences especially for students who have returned from war-torn Ukraine and had to interrupt their studies. The three-month course was launched by the government of Maharashtra on April 7, Thursday.

Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), which is headquartered in Nashik, along with private entity Elsevier, designed the digital content for the course.

State Medical Education Minister Amit Deshmukh and MUHS Vice Chancellor Lt. Gen. Madhuri Kanitkar (Retired) launched the free study module, according to a report by the PTI news agency.

This is a voluntary course for students who have returned from Ukraine. The Vice Chancellor clarified that this was only a temporary arrangement for students as they do not have access to education at the moment.

A mobile application has also been developed by the MUHS, in particular for the e-learning module. Students will be able to download the app to their phone and use the course materials, the VC said.

Students who are inclined to take this course will need to register on the MUHS portal and no fees will be charged, she explained.

Deshmukh mentioned that this module will be useful for Indian students who came back from Ukraine and they should surely take advantage of it.

“As this course has been developed as an interim arrangement, there will be no particular benefit from this course for students,” said Amit Modi, a senior officer at Elsevier.

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More Filipinos get their news online – study https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/more-filipinos-get-their-news-online-study/ Wed, 30 Mar 2022 15:11:15 +0000 https://onlinecollegeoffers.net/more-filipinos-get-their-news-online-study/ Read this in the Manila Times digital edition. (UPDATE) A STUDY conducted by the Ateneo School of Government (ASoG) showed that more Filipinos, 79% of respondents, get their news online, especially from their Facebook feed. The remaining respondents said they get their news from TV (66%), YouTube (57%) and news websites (54%). Project researcher and […]]]>

(UPDATE) A STUDY conducted by the Ateneo School of Government (ASoG) showed that more Filipinos, 79% of respondents, get their news online, especially from their Facebook feed.

The remaining respondents said they get their news from TV (66%), YouTube (57%) and news websites (54%).

Project researcher and associate professor Ma. Rosel San Pascual, PhD, said that while the majority of respondents often get their information randomly from Facebook, “that doesn’t necessarily mean that Facebook is their only source of information.” . She said respondents usually have multiple sources of information.

San Pascual said those who depended on Facebook were more proactive in seeking information and meeting it from other sources. These people, she said, were informed about political activities and issues.

“Because of this, they tend to feel more confident about engaging politically…compared to those who rely only on incidental exposure to Facebook news,” she said.

San Pascual said those who relied on random exposure of information on Facebook were more cynical about politics than those who did not rely on Facebook for information.

Despite the availability of news on Facebook feeds, respondents said they still trust traditional media when it comes to providing accurate information about politics and political figures.

Additionally, the study found that people who click on stories or watch videos online don’t necessarily read or watch them in their entirety.

The survey also showed that 71% of respondents said they pay attention to posts about government and politics on their Facebook feed, while only more than half (59%) said they would click on the link to read the whole story or watch the video. .

The project’s proponents urged the public to actively seek out stories from diverse and credible news sources, especially in this election season.

“We wish to remind the public that it is not enough to obtain political information from your Facebook feed. The habit of actively seeking information from a variety of credible sources is very important in increasing your understanding of politics and your level of trust in participating in political affairs,” San Pascual added, emphasizing the need to verify the credibility of the source of every story.

“Being properly informed will give you that sense of empowerment – that reinforcement that you actually have the ability to create the change you want – not just when you vote in your ballot, but in [the] daily practice of being involved in political affairs,” San Pascual added.

The survey was conducted from October 27 to November 12, 2021 with 2,000 respondents who were asked how often they receive news from television, print media, news websites, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

The research team consisted of multidisciplinary researchers from the University of the Philippines and ASoG.

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