Facebook launches online resource guide for educational institutes

Bengaluru: Facebook has launched an online resource guide for educational institutes on how to collaborate and continue the learning process using Facebook products in India. Currently, the guide is available in English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, and Kannada. In its first phase, Facebook has partnered with UNESCO who will support in […]

Bengaluru: Facebook has launched an online resource guide for educational institutes on how to collaborate and continue the learning process using Facebook products in India.

Currently, the guide is available in English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, and Kannada.

In its first phase, Facebook has partnered with UNESCO who will support in ensuring the guide reaches learners, educational institutions and teachers across India besides supporting with the updating and curation of the guide with relevant learning resources.

The online resource will help and guide education communities on how to collaborate by using Facebook’s products and tools like Facebook Pages, Facebook Groups, Facebook Live, Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram.

The guide will also provide vital information about COVID-19 from authoritative and credible sources such as Government of India’s advisory, WHO India Situation Report Page, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Coronavirus Resource Hub on Facebook, and Guidance from UNICEF on COVID-19 prevention and control in schools and help them in dealing with anxiety and bust misinformation surrounding the ongoing pandemic.

“Through our online learning resource guide, we want to equip teachers, parents and relevant government officials with ample resources and tools to help them stay connected and collaborate digitally to facilitate remote learning. We sincerely hope they are able to leverage these resources and continue the learning process,” said Manish Chopra, Director, and Head of Partnerships, Facebook India.

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Lois C. Ferrara

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