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IT makes mark on education

The UAE Ministry of Education will be putting the spotlight on the education sector at GITEX

IT makes mark on education
The ministry of Education will focus on learning technology at Gitex.

The UAE Ministry of Education will be putting the spotlight on some of the most innovative solutions being used in the education sector during this year’s GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

The UAE education sector continues to embrace e-tools as a way of improving staff and student productivity, and Fatima AlKhajah, Acting IT Director at the Ministry of Education, says that many of its systems will be on display.

“We will present the Ministry’s E-learning System, E-educational Content developed by our curriculum department, and the new technologies and tools implemented in our schools,” explains AlKhajah. “We want to raise the awareness of the work the Ministry is doing and the efforts going into developing and advancing the educational system for the benefit of the community,” adds AlKhajah.

The Ministry of Education expects GITEX to serve as a platform for it to connect with the wider ICT community. “We are here for our community and committed to bringing them the very best educational experience through utilising the power of technology to advance education and the educational process,” says AlKhajah.

As well as showcasing its new e-learning services, the Ministry intends to guide visitors through a number of other services, such as its new website.

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