Smartphone apps that help people learn languages for free or nearly free, a few sentences at a time, are piling pressure on established education firms and setting the pace for how to make lessons more engaging.
Phone and tablet-b
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has awarded Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) the status of a ‘Platinum Approved Learning Provider.’
This award further strengthens the National A
Mobily, a leading telecommunications operator in Saudi Arabia, has launched ‘Rosom’ learning service in collaboration with Semanoor, an e-learning and training company.
This will be the first electronic educational and
The readiness to address challenges in learning & development, reinventing human resources (HR), leadership, and culture & engagement is decreasing in Middle East organisations, a report said.
This raises the question of w
The Preparatory Year Deanship at Um Al Qura University (PYP-UQU) has partnered with leading learning company Pearson to provide students with online learning and assessment technology.
Under the agreement, Pearson will provide the
The importance of leveraging technology to build employable skills for youth preparing them for a stronger future and career was the focus of a recently concluded annual Microsoft in Education Global Forum.
More than 500 innovativ
About 98.2 per cent of employees in the Mena region find it important to work for an organisation that provides learning and training, according to a new report.
While 79.7 per cent of the respondents considering it “very im
Leading learning company Pearson has launched two new initiatives to increase its support for better educational outcomes in the developing world.
Karim Daoud, managing director in the Middle East, said: “Pearson has announc
UAE’s leading telecom operator Etisalat and UAE University have organised a conference, aimed at modelling best classroom practices and showcase how mobile technology can be integrated effectively into teaching and learning.
Pearson, a leading learning company, has launched its Social Studies for Saudi Arabia series, which has been adapted to cater to learners from kindergarten to grade eight in the kingdom.
The series had previously been available fo