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Verbit Sponsors Keynote at Learning Disabilities Association of America’s Annual Conference

By Danielle Chazen

Verbit is thrilled to be partnering with the Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA) to sponsor the keynote session at the LDA 58th Annual International Conference on February 18th. The event, which will be held virtually in 2021, gathers teachers of special education and general education, counselors, social workers, para educators and special education instructional assistants, psychologists, researchers and college…
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Verbit Has Been Exhibiting & Captioning This Week’s UPCEA SOLA+R

By Danielle Chazen

This week, Verbit has been partnering with the University Professional & Continuing Education Association for its SOLA+R 2021 event. Verbit has been exhibiting at the event, but is also powering the live captioning of speaking sessions at SOLA+R, the Summit for Online Leadership and Administration + Roundtable. The event engages key campus leaders to focus on the online enterprise from…
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White House To Offer Accessibility with Sign Language Interpreter

By Danielle Chazen

On the heels of President Biden's decision to reverse the former administration's ban on transgender troops in the military, The White House is further committing to inclusivity and diversity initiatives by providing a sign language interpreter at every press briefing. White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced this week that an American Sign Language interpreter will be present at all press…
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Verbit to Participate in Future of Education Technology Conference

By Danielle Chazen

Verbit's leadership are excited to be participating and exhibiting at this year's Future of Education Technology Conference, FETC®, a reimagined online event for education technology teams. Attendees come from leading K-12 districts, ed tech providers and higher education institutions to explore the latest productions, solutions and offerings they can bring into their physical and online classrooms. The impact of COVID-19…
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Next Week’s Live Event: Ask The Expert on 2021 Expectations

By Danielle Chazen

2020 may be behind us, but the challenges facing today’s district leaders, educators, students and parents persist. In 2021, the expectation to provide effective education is only higher with months of hybrid and online learning under the belts of school leaders. Join us next week on January 28th at 11am EST for Ask The Expert: 2021 Expectations, a live webinar to…
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eTeaching Must-Haves for Schools & Universities in 2021

By Annabelle Amery

The rise of eLearning in 2020 The global eLearning market reached a historic spike in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic forced the majority of schools and classes to migrate online. More than one billion students across the globe are currently unable to attend schools or universities due to social distancing restrictions. Integrating technology into teaching and learning has never been…
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Global Education Accessibility: Challenges and Solutions

By Annabelle Amery

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted over 1.6 billion students globally with education shifting either entirely online or to hybrid learning models. With less than 50% of faculty having taught online prior, educators have been challenged in 2020, though some of these unprecedented changes have been for the better.  Education leaders in three regions, the US, UK and Australia, spoke live…
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How to Choose an LMS? Learning Management System Defined

By Annabelle Amery

Learning Management Systems (LMS) have played a pivotal role in higher education’s teaching models. Using an LMS gives companies the ability to train anyone, anywhere and ultimately improve workplace performance.  Aside from academic purposes, LMS has reached the corporate world now as well, with an estimated 73.8 million users worldwide. The use of an LMS has enabled substantial growth in…
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