Dubai Culture successfully concludes the e-learning initiative with LinkedIn with plans to return in 2021. The initiative’s success reflects the importance of local and international cooperation and partnerships in promoting knowledge progress in the emirate.
Dubai introduces new professional diploma for smart city specialists
Smart Dubai has launched a Professional Diploma to enhance the skills of the city’s ‘Smart City Experience Specialists’
HCT CEO Dr. Abullatif Al Shamsi on how technology is reshaping the future of learning
Dr. Abullatif Al Shamsi, President & CEO at the Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT), discussed how this applied higher education …
Delivering the ‘real’ e-learning ‘experience’
Shadi Bakhour, Business Unit Director, B2B, Canon Middle East and General Manager, Canon Saudi Arabia, highlights how the current COVID-19 pandemic is re-shaping the future of education.
The Zoom issue: is convenience more important than our privacy?
Deputy Editor Giorgia Guantario takes a look at Zoom’s bumpy road to popularity and how user experience is too often …
MBRIF startups support communities during COVID-19 outbreak
Three technology-based startup companies, Kinteract, Justice Chain, and Addenda, have turned their innovative solutions to support communities and businesses in …
Abu Dhabi launches ‘Digital Learning Challenge’
Abu Dhabi School of Government (ADSG) has launched the Digital Learning Challenge, as part of Abu Dhabi government’s ‘Digital Month’.
Ministry outlines plan to enable seamless distance learning in UAE
The Ministry of Education (MoE) has rolled out a distance learning system for two weeks, targeting all students in the UAE’s schools and higher education institutions.
Coronavirus in UAE: Distance learning trials begin today
The UAE Ministry of Education (MoE) has announced it will conduct a pilot launch of its distance learning tools to ensure that all students can utilise the platforms to carry out their studies.
More than 22,000 teachers get certified for e-learning in UAE
The Ministry of Education, in cooperation with HBMSU, has hosted over 42,000 teachers and academic staff using a free e-training course, entitled “How to be an online tutor in 24 Hours.”