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@LSHTM and its ARCTEC (@ARCTEC_LSHTM) team, IVCC (@invectorcontrol) and LSTM (@LSTMnews) are launching a brand new free online course on the control of vector borne diseases such as malaria, dengue and Zika, to help fight these diseases, which remain as prevalent and dangerous as ever during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
@FutureLearn @SamsungUK 90% OF YOUNG PEOPLE SAY COMPASSION AND TECHNOLOGY ARE KEY TO BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE FOR EVERYONE
According to new research from Samsung, 90% of 18-25-year olds believe that technology is key to achieving a more inclusive, fair and sustainable society with ‘tackling climate change’ and ‘job and economic security’ highlighted as the biggest concerns
90% also say they often demonstrate compassion for others, yet two-thirds feel that finding opportunities to make a positive impact on the world is a challenge right now let alone access the same education/training opportunities as before the pandemic (56%)
This comes as Samsung launches Not a School for a second year to empower a new generation of innovators to channel their compassion and use tech for good to pioneer positive social change
London, UK – 7 September 2020: In a year that has seen young people across the UK taking action to address some of the most pressing issues that we currently face, new research shows that nine in ten 18-25-year olds feel that using technology to channel compassion is key to creating a better world for everyone.
@FutureLearn, the leading social learning platform, is announcing the launch of its own-brand course “Online Recruitment and Onboarding: Providing Continuity for Business and Candidates” developed in partnership with the REC. The new course is designed to help companies and recruitment specialists better navigate the intricacies of remote hiring and onboarding).
@FutureLearn and @Austrade partnership sees students in 220+ countries learn with world-class Australian universities
The ‘Study with Australia’ pilot campaign, a collaboration between the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) and leading social learning platform Futurelearn.com, has achieved over 836,000 enrolments from more than 460,000 learners across a collection of 52 free online courses from 20 major Australian higher education and English language training providers.
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