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The website for scholars of Malay Studies or those interested in the field, is currently being developed by the Institute of the Malay World and Civilization (Atma) at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
UNIVERSITI Kebangsaan Malaysia's Digital Library solution was launched by University Council chairman Emeritus Prof Tan Sri Mohd Rashdan Baba on July 10 at its Tun Seri Lanang Library in Bangi, Selangor. The project was implemented by Integer Solutions, a union of software and hardware backed by IBM.
This is the last instalment of Arts Alamak! as ANN LEE gets down to writing her next play.
The National Library is planning to launch the International Islamic Digital Library (IIDL) during the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Summit.
A MALAYSIAN company is offering an e-learning platform to provide education programmes from the world#039;s institutions of higher learning to students in the 57 member countries of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC).
THE world's largest Chinese digital library, a database containing over 12 million documents or 25% of China's public information resources, opened in Beijing on Saturday.
IMAGINE life without the computer and the Internet. In keeping abreast with the times, the Malaysian education system took definitive measures in 2003 to get more schools and institutions of higher learning connected.
ALVIN Chua Zi En knows he will be among thousands of graduates with a degree in business administration when he completes his programme next year. However, he does not worry about being unemployed, thanks to two additional certificates - Extensive Practical Experience (EPE) and Industry Relevant Skill (IRS) - obtained during his three-year programme at Binary College.
A STATE-OF-THE-ART digital library complete with Internet access, wireless connection, e-journals and online databases is now available to students of Open University of Malaysia (OUM) and the general public.
Tan SRI Dr Anuwar Ali firmly believes that an educationist never retires and that education is lifelong learning. Hence, it came as no surprise that this former vice-chancellor (VC) was brought out of retirement and appointed Open University Malaysia's (OUM) president in January.