Free lifelong learning platform for all ages

LTT Global, a pioneer in mobile learning, has launched the MyMobileUni.com, a free online learning platform. The fast and easy platform, designed for all age groups, claims to provide access to some of the world’s best professors and study materials.

In its first phase, the MyMobileUni.com has 12 channels, which include a wide range of university and professional courses; preschool, primary, high school and college programmes; life skills, lifestyle and lifelong learning; how-to guide, video talks, study tools and e-books; and news, music, motivation and informational resources.

The site’s next phase of development will include free content from universities, companies and non-governmental organisations to power human capital development. MyMobileUni.com is developed in partnership with Open University Malaysia, Multimedia Development Corporation and Mobile Monday.

LAPTOP DESIGNED FOR SCHOOLS

Dell has launched the Latitude 3330 to help educators teach and personalise learning opportunities in the classroom. According to Dell, the easy-to-use laptop can be integrated into a school’s existing IT infrastructure without hassle.

The lightweight laptop has a 13.3-inch anti-glare screen that minimises the scrolling required of smaller screens, an HD 720 webcam and WiDi support for virtual classroom collaboration.

It supports Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7 and Linux Ubuntu. Storage technology options range from the standard hard drives to high-performance SSD.

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