Singapore’s Design Education Advisory Committee this week released a report detailing its plans and recommendations for grooming a new generation of design thinkers for a global and resilient workforce.
Universities gear up towards cooperation on sustainability, public health and the future of education
At the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) Annual Presidents’ Meeting 2022, more than 100 presidents, senior university administrators and private sector representatives discussed the future of action-oriented collaboration among universities.
Design innovation leaders from Singapore Institute of Technology design consultancy Design Factory@SIT explain the importance of design thinking and how tertiary education institutions have become key partners in nurturing talent and collaborating with a range of organisations.
AI has the potential to deliver more equitable learning, but human rights advocates warn that mass surveillance is a violation of privacy.
Interview with Professor Cheong Hee Kiat, President of the Singapore University of Social Sciences.
How the Singapore Institute of Technology is using research to tackle national concerns in Singapore such as food sustainability.
Innovation highlights in higher education, from the Applied Learning Conference 2022 organised by the Singapore Institute of Technology.
Educators across the globe gathered to discuss how institutes of higher learning can better train students in preparation for workplaces of the future.
Associate Professor May Lim, Director, Centre for Learning Environment and Assessment Development, Singapore Institute of Technology, discusses the university’s online learning initiatives.
Find out how the Singapore Institute of Technology’s new social innovation centre empowers students to take on community challenges.
The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) shares how it bridges the gap between work and study with a new workplace learning pathway.
The world is your classroom.
Prof Chua Kee Chaing, Singapore Institute of Technology’s Deputy President (Academic) and Provost, shares how the university is reviewing its curriculum to better equip its graduates with lifelong learning and work-ready skills.