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We promote the education of the future through technology
The education sector is one that will undergo a major transformation in the coming years, both in terms of educational policies to be applied in primary and secondary schools—which will have to be applied by autonomous communities—and in higher education in universities and business schools. Digitisation, as well as the impact of COVID-19, has accelerated this transformation process, and new technologies and solutions have emerged that will be consolidated to improve the management and governance model and transform teaching and learning processes
Since 2015, SEDIOR has maintained a division specialised in the education sector, where it puts forward a value proposition with common solutions, which are customised for the government sector and K-12 policies, and for the higher education sector.
Challenges of the sector
Attracting, encouraging and promoting student loyalty
Data oriented governance
Efficiency in the production, use and management of video resources
Online Evaluation recognising student identity
Efficient management of synchronous classes
Improvement in accessibility of content
Flexibility, scalability and agility
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