Edubolt uses virtual reality and other technologies to help students prepare for tough exams. The idea started with a student’s own dream of getting into medical school.
TEDinArabic, a project of Qatar Foundation and the organisation behind the popular TED Talks videos, celebrates the Arabic language and promotes its use and relevance in the world.
Yusra Mouzughi, president of Bahrain’s Royal University for Women, says Arab students lack the skills the labour market wants. Universities have a responsibility to address this issue, she says.
A professor suggests three avenues of reform for Algerian universities that can help the nation move toward a more socially secure and economically prosperous future.
Saudi Arabia’s preparations before the pandemic allowed it to quickly switch to a distance learning system that nearly all of the kingdom’s students could access.
To enhance student employability in a rapidly changing labour market, Coursera analyses the most market-relevant skills demanded by students.
Scholars from 25 countries recently discussed how artificial intelligence, remote sensing and data science help build a more resilient society against existential threats.
Blending digitally enabled learning experiences with traditional classroom teaching helps students and educators cope with the demands of the new normal.
The University of Prince Edward Island in Cairo offers a computer science degree with a specialisation in video game programming, which it says is the first in the Middle East.
As UniMed’s 2022 conference closes, speakers re-emphasise the need for greater cooperation among institutions and societies to address urgent global issues.