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As Covid-19 restrictions force students to take remote exams, universities around the world are relying on proctoring software like Examplify. But many students are wary of the technology, including mass data collection and bias in facial recognition.
A Taiwan company crucial for the production of iPhones for tech giant Apple admitted on Nov 9 that working conditions for some students employed at a factory in China contravened agreed labour terms.
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.
Facebook has introduced Campus, a brand new platform for students. Inaugurated in about 30 American universities, it allows them to meet online for work or entertainment. A social network within the network.
Bad algorithms have been causing a lot of trouble lately.
A math teacher in Nigeria began offering free mathematics classes via Twitter, WhatsApp and Instagram. Almost six months later, more than 1,800 students at various levels are taking her classes – across Nigeria and even internationally.
As Covid-19 cases in China sink to new lows, the world’s largest population of university students is heading back to campus in a migration defined by lockdowns, patriotic education and cutting-edge surveillance equipment.
Teachers and parents got a brief glimpse of a new kind of pandemic-era nightmare on Aug 24 when Zoom – the video-conferencing service that powers everything from distance learning to business meetings to casual, socially distant get-togethers – abruptly went dead.
When the UK government announced the cancellation of exams to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, there was a collective intake of breath from parents and a giant exhalation from students.
Facebook, US states join Harvard, MIT’s fight against Trump administration directive to deport online-only foreign students
Tech firms argue the directive violates a federal law meant to protect businesses from arbitrary decisions that could adversely affect operations. Government argues that earlier guidance warned that international students’ ability to remain in US for online courses was subject to change.