IESA's 2015 Campaign

Technology and infrastructure 266

Technology and infrastructure:
 Top-notch education experience for more students, for worldwide efficiency.
In IESA's classrooms, the learning process goes far beyond merely endowing participants with tools and knowledge: it is focused on developing a commitment to learning and the ability to offer accurate judgments.
To achieve this experience, it is fundamental that the classrooms be spatially distributed and designed for debate as well as have state-of-the-art IT platforms, including simulations, networks and backup tools in the classrooms.
Investments in technology and infrastructure cover the following activities:
  • The adaptation of classrooms to the Participant-based learning methodology;
  • The revamping of backup areas for executive training students;
  • The redesign of administrative areas to use the spaces more efficiently;
  • The updating of the IT system.
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