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ME e-learning market revenue to top $560m

The e-learning market in the Middle East is set to see revenues rising to $560.7 million by 2016, said an industry expert, adding that the sector is prompting global education suppliers to raise their stakes in the region. “

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Top e-learning experts at Dubai summit

Educational experts from around the globe are in Dubai to discuss efficacy of digital learning innovations at a key conference. The Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University Congress brings together three different conferences in the field

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E-learning ‘popular among professionals’

E-learning and online education in the Middle East is becoming increasingly popular among professionals aiming to have better employment opportunities, said a report. Online language learning, with the online education segment, wa

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E-learning key to educational development

Embedding e-learning in schools and universities will be the next major education challenge for Saudi Arabia, as it realises its long-term goals of improving literacy and school attendance rates, said an expert. The kingdom has ac

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HBMeU launches virtual classrooms

Dubai-based Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University (HBMeU), the first e-learning institute in the Arab world, has launched a virtual classroom system via mobile devices for the first semester of the academic year 2013-2014. The new tech

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Jordan's Tagiuni to host e-learning summit

Jordan-based Talal Abu-Ghazaleh University plans organise a regional Arab British summit on e-learning, for students who are willing to study in online programmes of British universities. Dr Tala Abu-Ghazaleh, president of Tagiuni

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Bahrain summit probes e-learning trends

Latest trends in e-learning practices and management are coming under the spotlights during a conference held at the Crowne Plaza Bahrain. The fourth International e-Learning Conference, organised by Bahrain University, is being h

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Bahrain sees e-learning milestone

More than 177,600 students and administrative staff are now clicking on to Bahrain’s e-learning system, said a senior government official. Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi said the system, part of His Majesty King Hamad

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Amman firm hosts workshop on e-learning

eLearment, a leading provider of e-learning systems and solutions, recently held a workshop in Amman in which it explored interactive virtual learning techniques and applications. The workshop aimed to acquaint participants with the most r

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Batelco offers e-learning for students

Batelco, the leading telecom service provider in Bahrain, has launched a new e-learning programme for university students. The first two groups of students from Ahlia University and University of Bahrain (UoB) recently visited Batelco Trai

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