Thursday, April 29, 2021

internet access

Technological Education Division suggested

KUCHING: While the idea of encouraging the use of online learning system is a good fit to ensure continuation of education during the ongoing movement control order (MCO) period, it is easier said than done. Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) Leadership Centre chairman Prof Mohd...

Enough bandwidth capacity to go around, but…

KUALA LUMPUR: With most Malaysians now working from home because of the Covid-19 pandemic and extended movement control order (MCO) until April 14, there has also been an increase in complaints of slow internet. Users have been voicing out their frustration in social media...

Students’ access to internet vital

ONLINE TEACHING-AND-LEARNING KUALA LUMPUR: The move by public and private tertiary institutions to switch to online teaching-and-learning (PdP) following the movement control order (MCO) which was initially welcomed by all, has now hit the brakes. There are now claims that the approach is unrealistic as...

Patriots wants free internet during MCO

KUCHING: Sarawak Patriots Association (SPA) hopes that the state government would provide free internet to all Sarawakians during the movement control order (MCO) period. Its chairman Datuk Dr John Lau Pang Heng said that this would enable students staying at home to utilise...

A battle we must win

Stepping on grounds where angels fear to treads, I ventured to suggest publicly on January 25 to hold religious events on line. If we had, we may have been on a different path today! But that is all water...

Digital education meaningless without Internet access: STU

KUCHING: Sarawak Teachers Union (STU) hopes that the Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) will be shared evenly as the Education Ministry (MoE) adjusts its policies and direction in line with the agenda of SPV 2030. STU president Macky Joseph said this in a statement in...
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