BAU Global introduced the technologies it
developed for a sustainable education approach in one of the most prestigious
fairs of the education sector, Bett 2020
which is held every year in London, the capital of England.
Bett is held every year in London, the capital
city of England, and brings together global education brands, and this year it
took place in ExCel London on January 22-25, 2020. BAU Global Education Network
introduced the technologies it developed for a sustainable education approach
in Bett 2020, one of the most prestigious fairs of the education sector.
Bett was first organized in 1985 and has been
organized traditionally since 2013. It brings education and technology
together. At the fair, where the effects of developing technologies on
education and the processes of integrating these developments into education
are shared, this year, nearly 800 institutions from 146 countries and companies
developing educational technologies came together. At the fair, new
technologies were introduced and new projects that will enable young people to
receive more efficient and sustainable education were discussed.
With its education network of more than 200
thousand students, BAU Global has showed its difference in education by
introducing the important technologies it has developed for sustainable
education in Bett 2020. BAU Global, which is part of the United Nations
Education and Research Institute (UNITAR), has added a new dimension to
education with the Global Citizenship Program launched when CIFAL Istanbul was
established. BAU Global shared its activities in this context with the entire
education sector in Bett 2020.
BAU Global which is started its journey with an understanding of “education beyond borders” and removed the borders in education with the BAU GO digital education platform, made a name for itself in 2020 with its innovative and up-to-date technology. BAU GO, where universities, faculty members and educational institutions share their contents with students, makes it easier for students and instructors to achieve their goals and create a learning map through the user interactions and their own algorithms. The platform sends continuous feedback in order to develop correct learning techniques, and ensures that its target audience receive a sustainable education.
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