Social Explorer debuts new Teaching and Learning Modules
FRIDAY, JUN 19, 2020
Social Explorer is constantly expanding its content to offer better products, services, and data-driven solutions to our broad array of users. We specifically strive to continually bring innovations to the academic market, and as the new academic year approaches, we are ready to present our new Teaching and Learning modules. These premade modules range across a variety of disciplines and aim to inspire creativity, encourage hands-on learning, and equip your students with the desired skills they need to succeed academically and professionally.
What’s more, the world has drastically changed in the last few months, leading to a great demand for quick solutions to new challenges. Seemingly overnight, we have been forced to adapt to new ways of life, increasing the need for fast, technological solutions. With the increasing demand for digital transformation, particularly in the academic world, Social Explorer’s new Teaching and Learning modules could be essential for technological integration.
Resources Instructors and Students can use Today
New Teaching and Learning Modules are now Live on Social Explorer
Social Explorer enriches research and coursework in a wide variety of disciplines and our new custom curated lecture modules can be used to enhance all teaching and learning experiences. Moreover, with many students and instructors transitioning fully or partially from auditoriums to virtual classrooms in the fall, this new feature will surely help support their efforts. Modules are live in the following subject areas:
Our modules, above all, aim to promote data literacy – a critical 21st-century employable skill. They also aid instructors in creating interactive and immersive lectures for their students.
Enhance your Lectures with Teaching and Learning Modules in a Wide Range of Subjects and Fields .
The new lecture modules offer endless benefits and are included in our offer at no additional cost to the library license. So, are you ready to embark on this new digital path of learning? Dive in and explore our new teaching and learning modules today.
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