Malaysia resets its digital learning ambitions, leaning on tech leaders Apple, Google, Microsoft to introduce DELIMa Digital Learning Platform
The Malaysian Ministry of Education announced a refresh of its digital learning platform, designed for teachers, students and educators, now with the help of tech giants
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As many as 350,000 school students already impacted by the initiative, says MDEC.
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Prestariang Bhd announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Prestariang Systems Sdn Bhd (PSSB) has received a Letter of Award (LOA) from the Ministry of Education (MOE) to supply licensed Microsoft software to schools and colleges under the Ministry over the next three years.
A team of students from various local universities was awarded ‘Best Prototype’ for their startup idea Feeion at the inaugural Global Startups Lab Malaysia, a partnership between Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Global Startup Labs.
Virtualisation and cloud infrastructure company VMware Inc announced that the deployment of the largest virtualised desktop environment in Malaysia by the Ministry of Education (MoE) has won the 2014 VMware Innovation Awards in the category of ‘Transforming IT by Defying Convention.’
Two education institutions in Malaysia have adopted cloud computing, allowing students and teachers to collaborate and communicate from anywhere, at any time, with Microsoft Office 365.
Teams from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) and Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) were the grand winners in the two categories of the Ninth MSC Malaysia-Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) Business Plan Competition (MIBPC).