Wednesday, December 8, 2021


83% of higher education students fully vaccinated as of Oct 1

Some 90% of staff have also completed their vaccination regimen.

US judge rules in favour of university’s vaccine mandate

The rules require Covid-19 vaccination for the school's 90,000 students and 40,000 employees but allow for exemptions on religious or medical grounds.

Three-month deferral of loan repayments for eligible PTPTN borrowers

Those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic can apply for deferrals from tomorrow to Aug 31.

Sugarbook founder charged with inciting mischief

Chan Eu Boon is accused of committing the offence by using a website to publish an article entitled 'Top 10 Sugar Baby University in Malaysia'.

Responding to the challenges of online education

Online teaching and learning is here to stay and academics need to review processes and adopt some simple tips to make online learning more effective.

Imagining new learning spaces for online higher education

An active process of stakeholder engagement is essential in adapting to online study and developing value innovators that enhance learning and teaching in higher education.

Gunmen storm university in Afghan capital

The gunfire was said to have erupted when government officials were expected to arrive for the opening of a book fair.

Prof suspended for saying Chinese term that sounds like N-word

Greg Patton had mentioned the Chinese expression 'neige' (pronounced 'nee-gah') in a lecture.

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