Digital Strategies in Education: Evidence from the Field Webinar
- POSTED March 10, 2020
Details: Wednesday April 8, 2020
Time: 12:00-1:00pm EST
Are you interested in learning more about innovative digital initiatives transforming education in underserved and under-resourced areas of the world? Wondering how digital education might be relevant to your work?
Join USAID and Arizona State University (ASU) for a Digi-Know Webinar on Wednesday, April 8. Learn more about digital strategies in education through a discussion on fieldwork experience, evidence, and lessons learned.
Dr. Mary Jane Parmentier and Dr. Faheem Hussain will present recent developments in education delivery using digital technologies and the emergence of artificial intelligence in education for ensuring greater learning and achievements. They will also highlight the development of an independent, solar-powered, and educational library that provides localized educational content to resource-constrained locations around the world.
Mary Jane and Faheem will discuss:
- How do digital education programs capitalize on resources to prioritize learning populations in need?
- Where have these programs been implemented? What have the results been?
- What are the benefits and opportunities of digital education programs?
- What are the risks and challenges they present?