Friday , 24 November 2017

Education

Abu Dhabi set to build 47 new private schools

UAE- Abu Dhabi will soon be opening up to 47 brand new private schools to cater for its growing private sector education needs.

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Abu Dhabi Science Festival to engage over 500 university students

The Abu Dhabi Technology Development Committee (TDC) has partnered with five universities to engage over 500 higher education students as ‘Science Communicators’ in the Abu Dhabi Science Festival

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UNESCO supports development of OER in Morocco

Within the framework of UNESCO’s programme to promote Open Educational Resources, the UNESCO Rabat Office is organizing a workshop at the Morocco-Korean Training Centre on ICT in Education in Rabat from 3 to 6 October. The workshop will focus on the use of Scenari-Opale, an editorial chain under the FOSS licence, which allows teachers to easily produce, manage and publish …

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The Southern African ICT for Education Summit 2012

www.africanbrains.net/edusa AfricanBrains is proud to announce the launch of The Southern African ICT for Education Summit 2012, to be held 26-27 January 2012, Elephant Hills Resort, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe AfricanBrains organised and completed the African Education Summit 2011 in Morocco, which represented the start of a long-term commitment to bring the public sector and educational institutions together with private and …

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Schools begin to re-open in Libya

BENGHAZI: At Al-Shaheed Yusif Burahil School in downtown Benghazi the cries of excited boys playing football in the school playground can be heard in the streets outside. It is a sound heard the world over. But not for months in Libya.

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SR2 billion construction contracts for Qassim University

JEDDAH: Higher Education Minister Khaled Al-Anqari on Tuesday signed construction contracts worth more than SR2 billion for Qassim University.

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Abu Dhabi Uni announces e-learning strategy & on-line courses

In an effort to revolutionize conventional teaching techniques and establish itself as the leading centre for e-learning in the region, Abu Dhabi University has recently announced the implementation of its e-learning strategy with plans to offer undergraduate and postgraduate students on-line courses during this academic year, that follow the standards and regulations implemented by the Ministry of Higher Education and …

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UAE aims to be one of the top five education systems in the world

Abu Dhabi: The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR) will host its second annual Education Conference, “Essentials of School Education in the United Arab Emirates”, on October 3-4, 2011 at the Center’s office complex in Abu Dhabi.

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ALGERIA: Reforms aim to boost professional skills

Algeria is continuing to adapt higher education to better serve the needs of the economy, with new degree courses aimed at teaching professional skills, reported La Tribune of Algiers.

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Saudi Education Minister clarifies stand on new women universities

MAKKAH: Higher Education Minister Khaled Al-Anqari said on Tuesday that the establishment of new women’s universities in the Kingdom would depend on the outcome of Princess Noura University in Riyadh. “On the basis of that results future decisions will be taken either to establish new women universities or to keep the existing system,” he told reporters after opening a conference …

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