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Providing Free Tuition to Pakistani Students

Iqbal Mustafa converses with Technology Times

You are an IT professional, why did you decide to start online education?

Iqbal Mustafa Khan: When I came back to Pakistan in 2011, I had an ambition to do something in the field of education though as you said that I’m an IT professional. 1,598 more words

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Facilitating E-learning in Pakistan

E-learning is the hottest topic of discussion amongst all educationists worldwide. But unfortunately, the concept still needs to be made popular in the developing countries especially in Asia and Africa. 468 more words

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MoocMoocher: The blog for MOOOCHERS about MOOCs by Katy Jordan

Because e-learning is a field at the intersection of different disciplines, primarily educational research and computer science, I started studying online using MOOCs (Massive open online courses) to try to supplement my Educational Research training with selected computer science topics.

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Business Recorder Interviews Iqbal Mustafa

BR Research: What was the idea behind establishing Sabaq Foundation?

Iqbal Mustafa: I am a software engineer and an entrepreneur. I like to identify problems and coming up with their solutions. 2,044 more words

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What's Worth Scaling?

I kicked off this week’s T509 prep with Anant Agarwal’s TED Talk on MOOCS and blended learning.  Towards the end of the clip, he calls the audience to take a moment to dream about education in the future.   786 more words

Blended learning approach to problem based learning

These sessions where delivered to final year students on the Sheffield Hallam University Bio-science degree programs.

The idea for this session originated from the need to consolidate prior learning delivered through a more traditional lecture settings. 389 more words

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