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WESTMINSTER INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY IN TASHKENTCOURSEWORK SUBMISSION FORMSTUDENT USESTAFF USEModule NameDigital MarketingFirst Marker’s(acts as signature)Module Code6MARK018CSecond Marker’s(acts as signature)Lecturer NameUmidjon AkhunjonovAgreed MarkUoW Student IDsFor Registrar’s office use only (hard copysubmission)WIUT Student IDs00006155Deadline dateJanuary 15, 2021Assignment TypeGroupIndividualSUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONSCOURSEWORKSmustbe submitted inbothHARD COPY (to the Registrar’s Office)andELECTRONIC unless instructed otherwise.For hardcopy submission instructions refer to:http://intranet.wiut.uz/Shared%20Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx- Coursework hard copysubmission instructions.docFor online submission instructions refer to:http://intranet.wiut.uz/Shared%20Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx- Coursework online submissioninstructions.docMARKERS FEEDBACK (Continued on the next page)000061551
WESTMINSTER INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY IN TASHKENTTable of ContentsIntroduction..............................................................................................................................................3Business model.......................................................................................................................................3GRAVITY Model......................................................................................................................................4Geography...........................................................................................................................................4Resistance...........................................................................................................................................4Adjacency............................................................................................................................................5Vicinity.................................................................................................................................................5Isolation...............................................................................................................................................5Topography..........................................................................................................................................6Monetization............................................................................................................................................6Reference list..........................................................................................................................................8000061552
WESTMINSTER INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY IN TASHKENTIntroductionWithout a doubt, our world will change dramatically after the end of the fight against coronavirus. Theterm "black swan" is increasingly used to describe the long-term impact of COVID-19 on variousbusinesses.Perrotta(2020), suggested that eLearning's epidemics could be the "black swan" thatcould take educational technology to the next level. Moreover, education is considered to be one ofthe markets, where after the end of the crisis, when everything has more or less calmed down,radical changes will take place. Plus, in the United States, virtual learning has long been used inschools under more familiar circumstances, for example, due to unfavorable weather and seasonalpeaks of colds, which lead to poor attendance. Twelve states have already implemented a policy ofspecial "e-learning days" where classes are only online(Robles,2020). Once students becomeaccustomed to using online platforms during their regular classes, emergencies such as the currentone will not be as traumatic for them. As it was stated by the United Nations (2020) says, futuredisasters cannot be foreseen, but the best can be done in order to minimize their consequences. Andfirst of all, the negative consequences for the business itself must be minimized. Changes in theeducational approach are currently moving towards mass collective thinking and collaboration.According to Maggionkalda (2020), CEO of Coursera, as universities develop digital competencies,their temporary response to the crisis could escalate into an ongoing digital transformation ofeducation. Plus, the global e-learning and LMS market is expected to reach $ 15.72 billion by 2021and $ 22.4 billion by 2023 (Markets and Markets,2020). And according to Lewis (2020), the mobilelearning market is set to grow to $ 38 billion in 2020. The main driving forces behind the expectedboom in the LMS market are, in particular, the increasing adoption of distance learning, the use ofartificial intelligence and machine learning in both business and education.Based on the above facts confirming the growing popularity of online courses, the new onlinebusiness will be an online platform for teaching programming.Business modelIt is possible to explain why this business approaches the model called Relaxation and Scale on thebasis that this model in relation to education allows to cover new categories of students, overcomingthe existing temporal and spatial constraints. And according to the refinement from Zipwolf (no date),this model is aimed at reducing temporal and spatial constraints. Therefore, the topic of distancelearning fully falls under this concept. Speaking about the advantages of this model in relation toonline learning, it can be stated thatthe introduction of the distance education model leads to the factthat education is carried out not only at a distance, but also independently of any institution.Therefore, the problem of remoteness from qualified educational institutions has been solved, which000061553
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