The current Covid-19 pandemic has brought into sharp focus the need to re-allocate more resources towards online education.
Schools and institutions of higher learning are limited in their ability to monitor, measure and manage the impact of such resource allocation in an effective way.
The VIT has secured the rights to an Online Education Analytics technology that overcomes such limitations and provides transparency to the impact of budgets assigned e-learning initiatives
The analytics enable users to:
With 4 700 registered users currently using its platform, the Virtual Institute of Technology (VIT) expects its user numbers to grow “exponentially” over the next 18 months. This is according to VIT project manager Phumzile Hlatshwayo, speaking at the launch of the edtech company before a hybrid audience.