1. Learning progress and student experience
C3S professors use technology to directly monitor, assess, and aid each student’s learning progress. Digital learning methodologies make it easier to collect a wide range of information on a learner’s performance, especially during learning activities. Metrics include completion time, video views, group discussion activity, and assignment evaluation.
2. Create employable skills using a skills engine
3. Leverage on the Internet of Things (IoT)
In today’s world, developing an Internet of Things (IoT) platform for higher education is critical. In educational research, the structure of an online management platform aimed at expediting processes like test result, inquiries, online teaching, and attendance tracking has become increasingly significant.
Students and teachers at C3S Business School anticipate to enjoy a seamless experience thanks to an IoT gateway that can blend ordinary network facilities with smart classroom architecture based on IoT technology.
4. MR/AR-based interactive learning tools in the Metaverse
We must try to go beyond online education by creating a “metaverse” that streamlines class operation and creates an immersive learning experience that includes all aspects of campus life while leveraging cutting-edge digital technologies. With technologies and applications like AI and mixed reality, these trends will enhance the students’ learning.
5. Foster a data-driven culture.
Advanced data analysis enables us to intervene as needed to maintain the learning process, reduce student dropout rates, increase resource efficiency, and streamline operations by actively assuring a better learning environment and educate students more quickly.
Knowledge transmission does not have to be anchored to a school campus, as we have seen in the last 24 months or so during the COVID.