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Will Facebook And Google Be Your New Teachers ??

In the rapidly growing environment even education has taken on new roles and it is vital to understand its future in India. Today while technology has become core part of every sector, Social media’s importance has gone on to take a completely different role reversal. Education sector has in fact taken on a different facet of social media for itself. Today the role of Facebook and google has shown its importance in education sector too even on the verge of replacing traditional methods.

FACEBOOK : more than a friends book, it’s a teachbook too now

In this modern technology connected world, Social media and especially Facebook is part of our day to day life. And with new technology coming out each day, A lot of business prospects have shifted their horizons on this network. Digital marketing backing up their future. A lot of small business find themselves struggling with this. And Facebook as always is ready to be the savior and connect people with the new tech courses. Facebook has collaborated with Community colleges and come up with a new curriculum that focuses on new technological courses. Facebook also announced it’s partnerships with two-year Institutions. And let’s not forget the previous initiatives by Facebook to teach the world. In 2015, Facebook started it’s online teaching courses namely Blueprint for free which also gives a certification of the course. Recently, Facebook is also testing new reforms and if successful this program will ensure that anyone on the social media platform can start an online teaching course. For this, they are also in talks with Udacity, the worldwide platform known for its varied online teaching courses.

GOOGLE: Are you on this course-era?

If you need any information, the first thing you do is you GOOGLE IT! And just like everything else,Google has a solution to this problem too. Google is here to educate us about the amazing new packed courses it has come with its new partnerships. At the beginning of 2018, Google with Coursera, an online teaching platform with 2500+ courses and over 30 million users came up with new IT courses. And to take these courses you don’t need a tech-savvy background. The Courses will be looked by the Google IT course developer team which is made from the experienced IT professionals who will be responsible for making these courses approachable, interactive and have created as well as dynamic content. Google also launched a new program called “GROW WITH GOOGLE”, an initiative that will help the new services, product, businesses, and people grow while Google assists as always. The IT support Professional certificate is part of the program. Google recently also announced its partnership with the Udacity and Pluralsight to offer free career and tech-related courses to everyone despite them being a graduate or not or mid-professionals.With the new times, Education and work are merging together. People want jobs as soon as they graduate. And always thrive for better and technology is a key to success in this 21st century. So are Facebook and Google taking over the Education sectors too? Well, when asked the answer to this question was provided very vaguely. For now, Both Facebook and Google are helping people apply technology to education and help them grow mutually. So what’s stopping you now? Go get your Certificate Right now!

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