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The Evolution and Revolution of Online Education.

An online education environment can enable you to create courses that adapt in real-time, says Maplesoft.

Posted by Will Lourdelet | March 16, 2017 | Business

Download this new whitepaper to learn how using an online education environment can enable you to create courses that adapt in real-time, based on the needs and level of understanding of each individual student, delivering a truly personalised learning experience.

Developing effective, high-quality online education courses requires the right balance between volume and quality of content, interactivity, and speed and ease of access. Achieving this balance can provide numerous benefits to institutions, instructors and students alike, including but not limited to the following:

·         Reduction in overhead costs

·         More cost-effective delivery of, and access to, education

·         Access to institutions without geographical constraints

·         Increased class sizes

·         Easing the burden on teachers with automatic grading and data analysis tools

·         Increased convenience and ease of accessibility

·         Customised learning experiences

Most institutions realise the inevitability of moving education online, but encounter challenges in practice. It is essential that institutions invest the time and resources to make the move to online education correctly. A significant part of that process is selecting the right courseware platform; one that is effective, interactive, innovative, and designed specifically to meet the particular requirements of STEM courses.

Download this new whitepaper to discover Möbius, a comprehensive online courseware environment developed by Maplesoft to address the educational needs of online STEM courses.

Möbius provides an interactive learning environment where students can explore important concepts using interactive applications, visualise problems and solutions, and test their understanding by answering questions that are graded instantly.

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