All public higher education institutions (IPTAs) must become completely disabled-friendly within the next decade, says Dr Maszlee Malik.
The Education Minister said this was part of the guidelines for the OKU (Disabled) Inclusion in Higher Education Institutions Policy that was implemented in January.
It was good news for a deaf teacher, who has been granted leave by the Education Ministry to do his doctorate in the United States. Lee Tur Chung (pic) of SM Pendidikan Khas Vokasional obtained a one-year scholarship under the Fulbright Foreign Student Programme to pursue a PhD in deaf education at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
What is Apple Voice Control? In June 2019, Apple announced that they would be releasing new technology for devices using iOS. This technology would let users control an iPhone, iPad or Mac quickly and precisely just by using their voice. This feature will officially be launched in iOS 13. You can see samples of the...
Rustling crisp packets, shuffling feet and the general buzz of conversation made lectures a trial for Gemma Long during her first degree. She suffers from sensory overload connected to her autism, which was only diagnosed after she graduated. But when she started a teacher-training course at the University of Huddersfield, she received access to software to help her cope with dyslexia and found it transformative.