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Amazon Web Services brings online learning for students

by Rahul Chauhan
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As the world continues to struggle with the coronavirus pandemic, the Israeli Ministry of Education has teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and educational technology companies to provide continuity of learning to 1.8 million students. “Together, AWS, the Israel Center of Education Technology (CET), Lnet, and Kaltura have given kindergarten access to live streamed classes through high school students while schools are closed,” said a statement on the AWS media blog.

CET provides content for grades 1 through 6, while Lnet and Kaltura support preschoolers and grades 7 through 12. “CET turned to AWS to help develop a distance learning solution that could improve student access through the country’s major broadcast channels,” the statement said.

“Working with AWS teams 24 hours a day and leveraging AWS expertise in media, networking, security and analytics has enabled us to deliver a solution in this extraordinary time,” said Haim Hershko Yavor, CET CIO. AWS has also expanded access to its suite of tools to support distance learning and teaching. (ANI)

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