Dac Systems


by Dac Systems

AlwaysOn-Learning is a world first education solution that supports learning in a digital world. This solution caters for three primary pillars in education – institution / educator, learner / student and parent / family.

AlwaysOn-Learning can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud. Access is easily obtained through a browser, Windows 8 App or Windows Phone 8 App. This solution supports a natural user interface and is supported in conjunction with Dell, Intel, Microsoft, Nokia and Dac Systems.

The student / learner
With technology being the base foundation for affordable education today and in the future, it has become important to “speak the language that learners speak”. This means we have to make learning fun, entertaining and with AlwaysOn-Learning this is possible.

Learners can now use tablets or mobile devices to do their schoolwork. They have the freedom to do this while expressing their own style.

The educator / teacher
Educators are forever asking themselves if their lessons are relevant?; how they can maximise their time and how to engage everyone in the class. AlwaysOn-Learning takes the “IT” complexity out by using a simple natural user experience which enhances productivity, adoption and ease of use.

The educator can manage all aspects of the tedious administration that goes with presenting a class or subject. The can create virtual study groups, events, announcements and discussion forums that can be shared with the learner and family. Development of their materials, set up of assignments, add instructions and attach resource materials is a click away.

The parent
... “how are my children doing?”, “how can I take part or help without impeding?” With AlwaysOn-Learning, parents now have insight into the student / learner’s work, grades, assignments and activities, and they are notified in real-time of important or relevant school events or a child’s achievements.

AlwaysOn-Learning has not been reviewed by any customers.

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