The Latest Revolution In Higher Education

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Some years ago, black boards were known to be the greatest classroom innovation. This “indispensable” innovation enabled the “rapid and vivid communication of knowledge.” It created opportunities for teachers to engage learners in ways that had been unimaginable just a generation earlier.

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The same and more will be said of online learning tools. We are at the beginning of a technology-led revolution in teaching: our innovation is not the blackboard, but an evolving suite of tools that allows interactive learning online.  One outcome of this revolution has rightly caught the world’s attention — the power to democratise access to education on a scale never seen in history. I’m excited about the promise that these new tools hold for colleges and universities throughout the world.


Online education has brought about things like Massive Open Online Courses(also known as MOOCs). This is where institutions or organisations release educational courses to the public for free. This has given hope to people who don’t have the time, or resources to join a brick and mortar institutions to take any course from the comfort of their homes.


The world will be better for what online learning can offer since nearly 40 percent of the world’s population are connected to the Internet. People once separated from opportunity can now connect to it through education and constantly evolving digital technologies are making the experience of learning through a computer better. I can’t wait to see how better it gets.

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Giovanni O.C Olakunori

Giovanni Chinecherem Olakunle Olakunori(commonly known as Giovanni Olakunori) is an aspiring data scientist at heart, business developer and educator with a deep interest in ancient philosophy, healthy living, and developing economies. He’s the founder of LarnEdu, a community that inspires and supports lifelong learning especially in underdeveloped nations. He currently lives in the UK after living in 4 other countries across Europe and Africa. You can read more about him or follow him on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to see his public posts about how much he loves hot Kenkey and Jolof rice.

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