Reimagine education with Compugen
Supporting educators and students through remote and hybrid learning environments
Inspire curiosity and creativity with Compugen
Educators, students and parents have all shown incredible resiliency during these unprecedented times and we know they will continue to do so with whatever lies ahead. We want to make sure you have all the tools you need to support your educators and students in a remote or hybrid learning environment.
The rapid change to remote learning resulted in a significant demand for deploying IT infrastructure for students, educators and administrators. We successfully supported this demand by expanding our capacity to equip, support, and facilitate remote education through our Learn@Home program.
With our more than 10 years of experience in the field supporting remote learning initiatives and our ability to provide service desk operations 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, we've helped many schools boards adapt and overcome challenges. Our managed service operations team continues to monitor customer systems and operations; and our solution architects and specialists are consulting with school boards across the country on projects to accommodate spiked demand, changes, or to help alleviate any service disruptions.
If you think we can help you, please reach out. Whether it's in deploying laptops to students, upgrading network architecture throughout your education jurisdiction or training educators and staff in remote learning tools, our commitment is that we will work with you in partnership as we navigate through these changes.
“We would like to express our upmost gratitude with respect to the service delivered by Compugen. We appreciate all the services Compugen has to offer. You provide us with reliability, a deep pool of knowledge and professionalism. We would highly recommend Compugen as a partner.”
Edmonton Catholic Schools
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|Episode 1: Accessibility, Equity, and Connectivity.||Episode 2: Creating Safe Learning Environments for Teachers and Students||Episode 3: What does the future look like from the lessons we've learned?|
Did you know?
- 75% of principals attribute increased student engagement in learning to the effective use of digital content in their blended learning classrooms. – Project tomorrow
- 82% of school administrators believe that mobile devices provide a way for students to extend learning beyond the school day. – Blackboard
- 1 teacher affects 3000 students over the course of his/her career. – elearning