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Opportunity or challenge?
New report highlights action needed to tackle social mobility across country
Studying learner engagement during Covid pandemic
Strengthening training of judicial operators from Portuguese-speaking African countries
UNITAR Wins Prestigious Award for Green Economy-related e-courses
Shaw Academy to refund students over difficulty cancelling online courses
CERN Accelerator School to create new video encyclopaedia
New training courses to help small businesses win Government work
EPFL is acting on harassment
Digital twins help with dietary advice
UNESCO supports Columbia Freedom of Expression’s online conference
UNITAR resumes programming in Afghanistan
KIT Science Week: Human Being in Center of Learning Systems
UNESCO launches new resources for judicial actors on international standards on freedom of expression
UNESCO launches news resources for judicial actors on international standards on freedom of expression
Shaping future of work
Korean delegation discussed biotechnological partnership with TSU
UNESCO launches Portuguese version of its Toolkit for Judiciary in Africa
Over 100 new students admitted to Kumpula Campus through Open University route
Online courses take off as world embraces flexible learning
Morrison Government welcomes Adult Learners Week 2021 with record support to help adults to reskill and ‘change your story’
Pandemic isolation harder on introverts than extroverts, study suggests
Lessen lockdown boredom with these programs, services and opportunities – Wollongong
Tokyo Tech launches Japanese Architecture and Structural Design MOOC
Young Tunisian entrepreneur unlocks opportunities in natural and organic cosmetics industry
Free, fun, online TAFE courses
Creating materials of future using machine learning
Tokyo Tech relaunches four newly revised MOOCs on edX
More parking support for city’s vaccination centre – Wollongong
During COVID, students taking courses online got lot more sleep
United Aviate Academy Will Train New Pilots Using Boeing’s Comprehensive Suite of Training Solutions
KIT Science Week: Dedicated to AI
“To make even smallest contribution to improving my country would be my dream”
Swinburne alum Matt Levy competes in 5th Paralympics
Nursing researcher is fighting back against ageism with education
$6.1 million to bring high-speed Internet access to nearly 700 households in Fjord-du-Saguenay RCM by
UNESCO and Africa Code Week creatively fast-track gender equality in digital world
Striking right balance between public interest and individual rights
Court finds Captain Cook College acted unconscionably and misled students
Human rights training for legal professionals: number of online users doubled since 2020
FAQs on agreement to sell edX to 2U, Inc. and fund nonprofit to reimagine digital learning
Sport Integrity Australia and Play By Rules courses now in one place
New permanency taskforce to increase open adoption and guardianship
TSU will train specialists for restoration of Earth’s ecosystems
Beyond good grammar and punctuation-FIU Online zeros in on accessibility and inclusion
Prosperity – Enhancing leadership and entrepreneurship skills of young people in Iraq
Griffith MBA maintains Tier One rating in global rankings
New ACS Institute supports broad chemistry community across spectrum of learning