Professions, skills and knowledge which were in demand just a few years ago might suddenly become irrelevant today.
Burnout syndrome is a “diagnosis” that almost every employee who works non-stop faces.
Mr. Pong, a professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, has told Lectera Magazine how high-tech vocational training is changing in China today.
Jared Stein, Canvas Vice President, has told Lectera Magazine how technology is changing the relationship between people in general and especially between participants in the learning process.
Dale Johnson, Director of Adaptive Initiatives at the Arizona State University (USA), tells Lectera Magazine what adaptive learning is, how it differs from classical learning, and how it can be applied.
Willy Wijnands tells Lectera Magazine about the future education process and teacher training for future education programmes.
Professor Kloos has told Lectera Magazine about the high-tech educational tools that are being developed by his team.
The “Lockdown” is a test of strength for the whole family. Not only do you have to organize a comfortable home office whilst working remotely from home, but you also need to get together a school for your children in the same space.
Learning new skills is always exciting as you challenge yourself, broaden your mind and raise the bar.
Have you recognized Larry Crown in the picture? Having to change his profession, he started a new life, better than the previous one. And everybody can do that!
Where should you begin, once youhave set your sights on studying online?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the best educational institutions around the world started to actively conduct distance exams. For example, now you can take the GMAT test remotely, while previously it could be done only in person at testing centers.
We spend a significant part of our lives at work, and I’m sure you’ll agree that it would be a shame to spend all these hours employed doing something you don’t like.
In almost every article I write, I always reiterate that continuous self-learning is the key to success and career advancement in today's job market.
When looking for a job and putting together a CV, it is difficult to accurately assess one's abilities, skills, and strengths.
From time to time, we all face problems that cannot be resolved overnight. At some point, you may have no way out.
The digital age, or the era of new media, is marked by the rapid growth of innovative technologies and their active use in everyday life.
Who knows what planets humanity could reach in the next 100 years; maybe we might stop at Mars or colonize another galaxy. Let us imagine that we are already living in the 2100s and can opt to live on any solar planet.
Would you like to be an ancient Greek god? Which one? Maybe Zeus, the ruler of Olympus? Or are you more interested in being Hades because his underworld intrigues you more than the pantheon of gods? Or Poseidon, who was capable of flooding anything?