While Arab youth are eager to use the Arab massive open online courses’ platforms, Arab academic institutions seem reluctant to cooperate with such organizations
Scholarships at brick-and-mortar institutions are only part of the solution. At a workshop, participants discussed applying online education to help refugees.
eLearning conference presentations highlight innovative uses of online courses and digital technology in teaching and learning.
Experts at a meeting of the Learning International Networks Consortium discussed ways of expanding digital learning’s reach in the developing world.
Data science research is booming in the region, bringing both business solutions and a much-needed source of employment.
New York Institute of Technology was the first licensed American university in Abu Dhabi, and it’s been a pioneer in many other ways.
After many years of delay, new scholarship programs are beginning to help Syrian students, participants in an Istanbul workshop learned.
A new report and interviews with experts indicate Arab universities need to step up their protection against Internet invasions.
A popular online learning website has been squeezed out of business by government laws, leaving other nonprofit educational organizations to wonder about their fate.
A new study by NYU’s Scholars At Risk organization shows the pervasive global pressure on academic freedom.