Successful pilot of Malaysia’s Premier Digital Tech Institutions lays foundation for strong digital talent pipeline
3 institutions added including Help University & Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Model of creating experiential learning includes faculty attachment in industry
Collaboration aims to bridge the digital divide by changing the way education is experienced.
Cytron Technologies launches rero:micro robot, a child-friendly robot kit.
Although Malaysia's digital adoption rate is comparable to advanced economies, the actual digital adoption by businesses is that of a lower middle-income country.
Winning team of secondary students from Malaysia selected by Malaysian Computing Challenge, which is supported by MDEC.
Microsoft sees its Imagine Cup providing technical and knowledge support for entrepreneurial ideas while Malaysia sees it as a testing ground.
From helping ingrain computational thinking into school curriculum, to its Digital Ninjas programme and more, MDEC's #mydigitalmaker initiative is beginning to move the needle.
Workshop’s objective is to enable students to acquire beginner’s maker and coding skills, and to learn about artificial intelligence in a fun way.
Will increase its focus on students in rural areas Hopes to have 30 new Digital Maker Hubs this year, and a couple hundred more in few years
While parents can look forward to computational skills being part of the national education curriculum from January 2017, MDEC is already looking to enhance the computing skills of students with its Maker Movement, writes Karamjit Singh.