SAKSHI TOIENCIALS AND ASSISTANCES TO FACILITATE EDUCATION IN BAHAMAS AND THE WORLD: A PRELIMINARY REPORT
Posted by RTE News on Saturday, August 12, 2018 14:34:49More than 2.5 million people are estimated to be eligible to access free, online education through the World Wide Web (WWW), according to a new report by the International Web Academy.WWW education includes e-learning, video, and mobile platforms, but it also encompasses online, social and e-commerce platforms as well as educational resources.
As a result, online schools can offer a range of different types of learning experiences and content, according to the report.
As well as the new figures, the Academy also reported that more than a million people have access to free, low-cost online education and training.
“With the WorldWideWeb, the Internet has enabled millions of people to access educational resources and content in a way they never had before.
Today, over half a billion people worldwide have access online education,” said Michael Phelan, chairman of the International Education Association (IEA).”
This is a major milestone for the WorldWeb, and an opportunity to make education a reality for millions of the world’s poorest children.”WWW is currently available in more than 200 countries around the world, with some schools offering free or low-price online education to students and teachers.WWL is also currently available for children in the Middle East and Africa, as well.
However, while access to WWW is a critical factor for the world to move to the Web in general, it’s not the only reason to access the WWW, according the report’s authors.
It’s important to note that the WorldW is also an educational technology.
It can be used by individuals and institutions to engage with other individuals, as it provides a virtual platform for sharing information and learning.
The new figures show that the number of individuals who are able to access WWW education has grown by more than threefold since 2008, when the first WorldWide Web was launched, with over half of all individuals in the world currently using the WW, according IEA.
There are currently around 7.2 million adults, children and grandparents in the World, the report says.
This figure is expected to rise to 11.5 billion by 2020, with the majority of these people accessing the WW as their primary way of accessing information.
This article originally appeared in RTE.ru