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Article Using data analytics and tech in HR
By: RACHAEL BOON,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  25/09/2017
important for HR to go on doing and we've other projects."
The firm is also adding what is called a learning management system to its existing HR in Your Pocket mobile app, for learning or training on the go. The system will be ready next year.
"It's about learning anywhere, anytime. Eventually, because of the data analytic capability we've built   (671 words)
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for HR to go on doing and we've other projects." The firm is also adding what is called a learning management system to its existing HR in Your Pocket mobile app, for learning or training on the go. The system will be ready next year. "It's about learning anywhere, anytime. Eventually, because of the data analytic capability we've
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Article Tech tools add fun, challenge to learning Malay
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  13/08/2017
"Puncak" – which means peak in Malay – was one of the new words he picked up yesterday after playing with a new Malay-language game app. The app aims to foster a love for learning Malay in primary and secondary school students through technology. Putra, a Primary 5 pupil from Lianhua Primary School, said: "It makes learning interesting   (363 words)
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Malay. "Puncak" – which means peak in Malay – was one of the new words he picked up yesterday after playing with a new Malay-language game app. The app aims to foster a love for learning Malay in primary and secondary school students through technology. Putra, a Primary 5 pupil from Lianhua Primary School, said: "It makes
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Online Technology helps foster love for learning Malay language
The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  12/08/2017
reaches its summit. "Puncak" - which means peak in Malay - was one of the new words he picked up today after playing with a new Malay language game app.The app is designed to foster a love for learning Malay in primary and secondary school students through technology.Putra, a Primary 5 pupil from Lianhua Primary School, said: "It makes learning interesting   (324 words)
Article SMU app wins two education awards in US
By: SEOW BEI YI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  13/12/2015
Leadership and team-building classes for 23-year-old undergraduate Timothy   (503 words)
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Seow Bei Yi Leadership and team-building classes for 23-year-old undergraduate Timothy Tan were not just a series of lectures – they were filled with discussion, debate and competition. This was because of an app designed by course coordinator, Dr Rani Tan, his Singapore Management University (SMU)
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Asia News Network FEATURE: Cracking the code to the future
By: WANG YUKE,   China Daily (China)  China Daily (China)/Asia News Network  01/02/2016
whatever they may choose to do," said Ray Cheung, director of the Apps Lab at City University (CityU) of Hong Kong, a project that aims to encourage students to develop mobile software from a university-based platform. Cheung believes the teenage years are golden time for learning coding. But even children between five and 10 can make big strides   (1390 words)
Article River Valley High drops iPad scheme
By: PEARL LEE,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  04/01/2016
Secondary 1 students no longer need to buy own device for lessons A scheme in which all River Valley High School (RVHS) Secondary 1 students had to buy their own iPads for lessons has been scrapped. The iPad programme had been introduced by former principal Koh Yong Chiah in 2012. Some   (632 words)
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Pearl Lee A scheme in which all River Valley High School (RVHS) Secondary 1 students had to buy their own iPads for lessons has been scrapped. The iPad programme had been introduced by former principal Koh Yong Chiah in 2012. Some parents, concerned about the device's price of about $700 and their
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