Article posted on Oct 1, 2020
Classes are in-person. Classes are online again. Back to in-person. Online again.
This is a cycle playing out at schools across the country, and there does not seem to be an end to the cycle in the short-term. Some schools used the spring and summer closures to prepare classrooms for either virtual or hybrid learning opportunities, while others fully expected to be back in the classrooms in a normal routine by now. Many schools that did not invest in technology upgrades over the summer are beginning to consider these projects, hoping to have them in place for the winter and spring semesters.
The timeline to successfully complete a technology upgrade project before the end of 2020 is rapidly closing for many reasons:
IMS is actively working with many school districts and universities to expand their online learning capabilities for the start of spring semesters. Key features of the projects include:
The traditional education model in the US is rapidly evolving, and schools that are embracing this digital transformation will experience a higher level of student success and, for schools that need to drive enrollment, have a significant competitive advantage. In the midst of a changed world and changing student and parent expectations, can you afford to fall behind?
If you need to upgrade your online learning capabilities before the start of the 2021 semester, schedule a consultation today to start planning and lock in the equipment you will need.