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Schools and universities in the UAE are to continue online distance learning until the end of the academic year in June amid coronavirus fears, according to the Ministry of Education.
SANS Security Awareness, a division of the SANS Institute, is providing a free “Secure Your Kids Online” resource kit to help parents and guardians protect their kids online.
UAE telcos Etisalat and du are reportedly providing free internet data via mobile phones to families who don’t have internet at home, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) said.
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.
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.”
du has announced its collaboration with the Ministry of Education to support remote learning and online educational platforms for students and faculty members.