To maximise time and resources available for teaching and student support, many educational institutions are implementing a range of new digital technologies.
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.
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.
UAE vice president and prime minister, and ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has announced the allocation of AED1.5 billion to build the first group of a “new generation” of Emirati schools.
The Ministry of Education, MoE, and Alef Education have signed an agreement to apply the Alef Education Systems in ten Abu Dhabi-based public schools as of 1st September, 2018.
The UAE has announced that it will soon launch a new e-platform that will host all the academic affairs, personal details and skills of school students in the country.
In a constantly evolving digital world, technology has impacted every aspect of life may it be for socialising, working or other regular day-to-day activities. The digital age has also transformed the way many industries operate and education is no exception.
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