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Coronavirus

As the novel coronavirus sweeps through the Arab region, Al-Fanar Media is monitoring how it is affecting those facets of the Arab world that we focus on: higher education, research, and arts and culture. The Covid-19 pandemic has blocked students’ education, shuttered the art world, and revealed how badly the Arab region needs its own public health and research infrastructure.

With the lockdowns being enforced around the region and many individuals in quarantine, the public face-to-face gatherings that once fueled education and the arts have gone dark.

Coronavirus Data & Surveys Students Teaching Technology & Online Learning

Medical Students in Egypt Prefer Face-to-Face Learning

Tarek Abd El-Galil | 16 May 2022

A recent survey of 5,000 medical students in Egypt found that most would not recommend online education as an alternative to in-person learning.

Conflict Coronavirus Internationalization Politics

AIEA Virtual Global Summit Focuses on Education Internationalisation

Gilgamesh Nabeel | 08 Apr 2022

On the 40th anniversary of the U.S.-based Association of International Education Administrators, university leaders explore internationalisation and strategic partnership opportunities.

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Saudi University Analyses Covid-19 Impact on Higher Education

Ismail Alashwal | 01 Apr 2022

A book published by King Abdulaziz University urges universities to learn from the effects of the pandemic and seize the opportunity to make bold reforms.

Administration Coronavirus Faculty Gender Profiles Research

Scholar Ana Costa Freitas: Lifelong Learning Promotes Prosperity and Peace

Gilgamesh Nabeel | 27 Mar 2022

Ana Costa Freitas, rector of Portugal’s University of Evora, says we need lifelong learning, research, and global cooperation for the good of students and the world.

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Algiers International Book Fair Returns, with a Vaccine Requirement

Riad Mazzouzi | 14 Mar 2022

Algerian publishers are happy with the return of the Algiers International Book Fair, but some criticize a decision requiring visitors to show proof of Covid 19 vaccinations.

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Covid-19 Disrupts Algeria’s Documentary Film Week

Riad Mazzouzi | 29 Jan 2022

Filmmakers and fans had been looking for a cultural boost from Algeria’s Documentary Film Week. Unfortunately, “the coronavirus had another say”.

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Do We Need Inoculation Against Digital Addiction?

Dena Al-Thani, Raian Ali | 28 Jan 2022

Two technology and behavior researchers in Doha propose using principles from inoculation theory to help social media and games users resist digital addiction.

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Arab and International Leaders Call for Greater Investment in Education

Tarek Abd El-Galil | 25 Jan 2022

On the U.N.’s International Day of Education, leaders called for more public spending to meet the educational challenges of a changing world.

Coronavirus Data & Surveys Development Employment Finances Policy Students

Job Skills in Demand: Insights from the World Economic Forum

Mohammad El Hawary | 07 Jan 2022

Students choosing a career and workers seeking to retrain could find guidance in recent reports about the job skills most in demand in a fast-changing labour market.

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Covid-19 School Closures Could Cost $17 Trillion in Lost Earnings, Report Says

Tarek Abd El-Galil | 04 Jan 2022

Students hit by Covid-19 school closures face $17 trillion loss in lifetime earnings, says a new report from the World Bank, Unesco and Unicef.




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