Howspace is Changing How Business and Education is Done

Published on August 12, 2020

COVID-19 shook-up and altered the education system this year. No longer able to learn in classrooms, students began learning remotely to mixed results. With students all over the world, especially in the United States, possibly unable to attend classes in the fall, what are the next steps to getting at-home schooling right? Howspace is already ahead of the game with that question.

What is Howspace?

It is a digital and dialogue-driven environment for communicating. Over 200 organizations in ten countries have employed the tech company. According to the company, “it delivers increased involvement, engagement, and sustained impact in both learning programs and organizational development initiatives.” Plus, the thriving tech company is built upon 20 years of consultation and organizational learning expertise. 

Looking to the Future

Howspace is adjusting to the changes in the world. They look to provide the most advanced digital workstations for schools and offices. Work events and training programs are all going digital for the moment. According to the University of Turku, the digital environment is a leap to the future. The university’s education manager, Terhi Alatalo, described the university’s positive experience with the digital environment:

“It feels like we took a five-year leap forward in our operations immediately when we started using Howspace. With Howspace, we have seen a big ideological difference in our entire operations compared to how it was before. Our previous learning platform was mainly a data storage facility or a document management place. With the help of Howspace, we can now build genuinely inclusive entities that enable us to monitor collaboration and the development of our own skills throughout the training process – during, before, and after joint events.”

Howspace’s Impact in Finland and Elsewhere

The digital environment handled the weight of the world’s biggest parents’ evening in Finland, in which parents and guardians talk about schooling and remote teaching online. Howspace brought the minister of education, a group of education experts, and more to discuss educating online.

A New Way to Educate

In Finland and elsewhere, Howspace is changing education in 2020. When the pandemic is one day over, the likes of Howspace will continue to develop and improve online education. The platform can bring people together and learn how to teach during these times, like Olli-Pekka Heinonen, who’s the Director-General of the Organisation of Finnish National Agency for Education, said in a press release: 

“Parents and guardians of primary school children have been invited to share their experiences about remote teaching under exceptional times and to facilitate a nationwide online discussion in Finland. What has been working and what are the challenges we have faced? The goal is to gather learnings for the future.” 

More Info on Howspace

Unlike a lot of other digital platforms for communication, Howspace can bring together large quantities of people. A work event with over 100 people? Howspace can handle it. Large-scale events on Howspace can be set up and accomplished within days at an efficient pace. It’s the place to communicate with large groups about education or business-related matters. 

Howspace has even been a key resource for companies in training. The digital environment covers a long list of needs for educators and business owners. The tech company prides itself on accomplishing large-scale events at an efficient pace with no real issues. They’re, without a doubt, very much a part of the present and most likely, the future. Howspace is here to stay.

Jack Giroux is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily. Based in Los Angeles, he is an entertainment journalist who's previously written for Thrillist, Slash Film, Film School Rejects, and The Film Stage.

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