IBEForuM Hosts QATAR DIGITAL LEARNING SUMMIT (Virtual) to Focus on the Key challenges of the Education Sector.

The COVID-19 pandemic has just accelerated the growth of e-learning. This virtual conference is designed to bring together the digital learning solution providers from all over the globe that will cater to Qatar’s National Vision 2030 of modernizing and digitalizing the education sector and solve the challenges of digital learning. Our extensive research with authoritative … [Read more…]

IBEForuM hosts SMART SCHOOL ONLINE SUMMIT – SAUDI to focus on the key challenges of Education Sector

The Education market of Saudi Arabia is the largest in GCC, with 300 thousand in Kindergartens, 5.5M in Primary Education, 1.4M in Higher Education and 128 Thousand in Technical Education. The Saudi Government has allocated SAR 195 Billion from its Current General Education Budget to the education sector. The COVID-19 has proven to be the … [Read more…]

The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning

Photo by Andrew Neel on Unsplash Due to the threat of COVID-19, colleges and universities are facing decisions about how to continue teaching and learning while keeping their faculty, staff, and students safe from a public health emergency that is moving fast and not well understood. Many institutions have opted to cancel all face-to-face classes, … [Read more…]

The impact of the coronavirus on e-learning

3 coronavirus challenges for curriculum directors this fall Administrators are facing tighter budgets along with a need to establish expectations and adopt resources that fit multiple paths. By: Lauren Barack Robert Dillon knows any plan to bring back 2,700 students this fall can’t be boilerplate. That’s why the director of innovative learning for The School District … [Read more…]

Diploma exams to be offered in digital format by 2021

Grade 12 students in Alberta will soon be able to write their diploma exams on a computer. The province announced on Tuesday that an electronic exam pilot project, with digital marking, will launch in the fall of 2019, with a full roll-out scheduled for 2021. Education Minister Jeff Johnson said that the initiative is intended … [Read more…]

Free Platforms for Teaching Online Courses

More and more high schools are embracing online courses to reach more students and all times of the day. While you can spend a lot of money for online course software, you don’t have to. Here are seven free platforms for teaching online courses. This list cannot begin without mentioning Moodle first. Moodle is an … [Read more…]

UK university to train Russian railway bosses

The huge Russian Railways company is to have its managers trained by Anglia Ruskin University. The UK university will provide management training at the railway company’s own corporate university outside Moscow. Russian Railways has a million staff and is among the country’s biggest employers. The rail firm’s president, Vladimir Yakunin, said the training was part … [Read more…]

5 Signs You Are Not as Smart as You Think

It’s a concept that can be difficult to come to terms with, but like it or not our intellect (or our perceived intellect) can often work against us in life. The indications are all there once you have the eyes to see them. Have you fell into the “I think I’m too smart for my … [Read more…]