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.
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
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
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
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.
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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
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
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
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
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