In a bid to tackle a burgeoning online learning market, Adobe is rolling out a suite of tools to help schools and teachers tailor the experiences for their classrooms.
It will be rolled out in the first quarter of next year and is designed to help teachers manage, manage, and manage digital learning across a range of learning platforms, such as iPads, smartphones, laptops, and more.
“We’re creating a suite that will allow teachers to tailor their teaching experience for each individual learner,” Adobe Australia chief executive Mark Wahlberg told the ABC.
“Our goal is to be able to help our teachers to find the content they need in their classrooms and give them the information they need to help them teach, so that the teacher has the opportunity to work collaboratively with their students.”
The Adobe Learning Framework, designed to be used by teachers, will allow them to manage and manage multiple online learning experiences, including mobile, tablet and desktop.
“One of the things that really gets to our teachers is the ability to work across multiple platforms, to have a full range of experiences,” Mr Wahlburg said.
“In terms of teachers, we want to be very responsive to their needs, because teachers are incredibly important in the learning experience for their students, so we want them to have as many options as possible.”
There’s so many different options in terms of what they can do, and we want that to be as seamless as possible.””
A good teacher can have an incredibly powerful learning experience, but it’s not going to be that effective if the student doesn’t get the information that they need,” Mr Hickey added.”
So we want our teachers and our students to have the tools to get the content that they’re looking for.
“That way, we can all work together to ensure that students are getting the best experience possible.”