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. — Pixabay

LAST March, 19-year-old student Siti Nur Damia Dahalan posted a tweet on social media asking for help to purchase a secondhand notebook.

At the time she was in the first semester of her geometric engineering course at a polytechnic in Ipoh, Perak and the movement control order (MCO) had just been announced.

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