E-learning expands offerings

DUBAI - Element K and Emirates Internet and Multimedia (EIM) had recently announced the expansion of their e-learning offerings available on the joint website, www.learnonline.ae

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Published: Tue 6 Apr 2004, 1:40 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 12:56 PM

The Learnonline initiative is just one aspect of the partnership between the two companies that began last year.

Element K and EIM have worked together to bring a vast array of e-learning choices to EIM subscribers. With the new expansion, not only EIM subscribers but anyone with access to the Internet who would like to subscribe to any of the courses on the joint website will be able to do so. The expansion comes as Element K and EIM report that there has been an encouraging response to www.learnonline.ae and that the platform has already proved to be a huge success.

Jamil Ezzo, General Manager, Element K Middle East, said: " As the demand for e-learning increases, Element K and EIM want to be in a position where we are able to meet this demand, hence our plans to expand and strengthen our partnership."

"It is important to address the learning needs of every potential and existing learner," said Mr Ezzo.

"The huge portfolio of online courses we are offering on www.learnonline.ae can benefit people all over the region. In addition to expanding regionally, we have added over 200 new courses to the www.learnonline.ae portal, due to the high popularity and success of existing courses, as well as to increase the choice for the learner." The new courses bring the total number of existing courses to 1000, with over 200 series of courses now available.

Maroua Naim, General Manager, EIM, said: "EIM has been paying close attention to the e-learning industry over the past year and we have noticed an increase in interest and participation from EIM subscribers."

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