As the nation observes the second day of lock-down, TCS iON, unit of Tata Consultancy Services, keeps its digital glassroom open to educational institutes, free of costs. It is likely to benefit educators and students alike. The secured virtual learning environment offers students an interactive learning platform. It is giant leap towards digitalising physical classrooms, shut since long under government’s orders. Teachers can also track students’ involvement, attendance and punctuality with the help of this e-learning platform.
Using its interface, teachers can share reading materials, videos, worksheets and assignments. Learning is fun with the polls, quizzes, debates, surveys and other tools on the palette by TCS iON. It revolves around the idea of learning beyond the four walls of the classroom monitored by several learners’ progress modules. The available formative tests and evaluative assignments will help teachers understanding students’ progress. Both schools and colleges could draw immense advantages using the platform.
In a statement delivered by TCS it is stated that the platform has embedded live classrooms to stimulate a real-world classroom ecosystem. Teachers can create and deliver lectures based on the subject specific learning feature and content sharing convenience. Users can connect with the platform using any device to manage content and evaluate learners’ progress. Schools and colleges could avail the personalized solutions and integrated applications with minimum hindrance.
Besides Education, TCS iON caters to Manufacturing and Examination Boards sectors. Innovation, inventiveness and integration are the hallmarks of TCS iON. The mobile –friendly interface will simultaneously secure highest productivity in the midst of COVID-19 conundrum.
Several schools and colleges across the country are closed till March 31, 2020. Majority institutes have taken resort to e-learning apps such as Byju’s, Khan Academy, Coursera and Meritnation to keep the disorder to a minimum.