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Telcos to continue providing free additional 1GB Internet data allocation till July 31, applicable for video conferencing platforms and educational materials, says MCMC.
French children, parents and teachers are battling with Internet connection problems across the country after an abrupt nationwide switch to online learning saturated networks and embarrassed the government.
Russia on April 7 warned Zoom that it could be completely blocked in the country after local media reported that it had restricted access to government agencies and state-owned companies.
The Selangor government launched an e-learning platform, joining a variety of options trying to keep students learning during the pandemic.
The pass which is valid for 30 days is available for eligible Xpax prepaid customers born between 2001 to 2004.
As European governments double down on restrictions, Greece has taken the additional step of moving all school and university tuition to remote classrooms to cope with an alarming rise of Covid-19 infections.
Singapore students have to start using either the government’s contact-tracing token or mobile app from December as the city-state seeks to resume more activities amid the pandemic.
E-learning: Underprivileged students in Malaysia turn to online initiatives to secure secondhand laptops
As e-learning becomes the new norm during the pandemic, underprivileged students turn to online initiatives to secure a secondhand laptop.
Millions of South Korean students were ordered back to online classes on Aug 25 and Mexico launched a nationwide televised schooling programme, highlighting the deepening crisis for children as the coronavirus pandemic drags into a ninth month.
South Korea on Aug 25 ordered all schools and kindergartens in the greater Seoul region – home to half the country’s 52 million population – to switch to online classes as they battle multiple coronavirus clusters.