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LiveMusicTutor: Safe Music Learning For Kids during the Pandemic

While the world was battling with the ongoing pandemic, many industries and businesses were forced into lockdown and saw a massive recession. One sector that saw its finest boom during COVID-19 was the ‘e-learning’ business. Digital learning is becoming mainstream and it is likely to upend many of the current traditional education practices, models, and processes in the years to come.  Although it is no surprise that the increasing popularity of digital learning has surpassed

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A Public University in the USA received a Mammoth $550M Donation

In a first around the USA or anywhere in the world, Western Michigan received a massive donation of $550M from anonymous alumni and will go to the university's foundation over the next 10 years. This is by far the largest single gift ever to a public university in the US or anywhere else in the world for that matter.    This was announced by the school as it was decided that the gift will be split into three large pots: $300 million for Western Michigan’s Homer Stryker

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Central Michigan University Awarded 8 Research Grants from the NIH to study MIS-C

The National Institutes of Health has awarded eight research grants to Central Michigan University for developing an approach for identifying children at high risk for Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), a rare and severe after-effect of COVID-19 or exposure to the virus that causes it. About $20 million will be provided for the projects over four years, pending the availability of funds. Following are the names of Awardees and the project names. Jane C.

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Special Report: Impact of COVID-19 on the Education Sector & Future of Education

The advent of Covid 19 has caused a ripple effect in most sectors of the economy across the World and disrupted learning. This has led to the closure of schools following the containment measures to control the virus's spread. Research conducted by UNICEF indicates that schools' closure has affected at least 188 Nations across the World, which has paralyzed approximately 61.6 percent of the World's student population.  According to the report, the containment measures roll

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McGraw Hill Launches an Online Game for Psychology Students

NEW YORK (September 9th, 2020) – McGraw Hill today announced the launch of a new digital learning game embedded in developmental psychology course offerings of Lifespan/Human Development, Child Development, and Adolescence on the McGraw Hill Connect digital learning platform. Quest: Journey Through the Lifespan is an immersive and engaging learning experience for developmental psychology students designed to help them apply concepts and theories from their curriculum to real-life s

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Global Pandemic and E-learning in USA | Department of Education Guidelines

The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has brought about drastic changes to the economic, education and health structures across all the countries. It has engulfed into 209 countries and territories globally with the total number of affectees increasing exponentially round the clock. Under these circumstances, the US has been among the hardest-hit countries by this pandemic. The normalcy of the American routine has been disrupted at large. Schools and colleges have shut down and people are instruct

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