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Home schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic is amplifying Indonesia’s existing education inequalities for families that lack the basic equipment needed.
A look at some of the challenges that startups in the online education sector will need to overcome, as well as the solutions that some companies are employing.
Results from studies, especially those funded by the state, should be available widely for public; not just scholars, but everyone, writes an ITB researcher .
Indonesian national and city governments have rushed to enrol more entrepreneurs in the course, to prepare them to succeed in online markets.
With “few players and plenty of potential”, EdTech companies could expand to a wider market, including vocational training and the digitization of schools.
Critics say the sweeping measure near passage in Parliament would lead to greater deforestation and the loss of worker protections.
Balinese man Gede Darma has been forced to return to seaweed farming after foreign tourists were barred from entering the country. [Video]
Indonesian biometrics developer Akurat Satu recognised for facial recognition in wild images, by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US.
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember in Surabaya has signed up to provide five years of development support for Tulungagung regency in remote southern East Java.
Humans will follow many other species to extinction if scientists do not find the funding and the platform they need to change the path we are on, warns Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty.
The failure of family companies to create sustainable competitive advantage is due to a reluctance to invest in new business ideas and a tendency to avoid risk.
An AIC research program looks into the challenges that face rural young people in South Sulawesi forced to return home due to COVID-19.
Aquaculture provides fallback for people of the Penida Archipelago as they wait for tourists’ return.
Indonesian women carry the burden of unpaid work, including care-giving, due to persistent gender inequality in Indonesian society and segregation in the labour market.
The ‘Smart Village’, run by ITS students and faculty members, provides access to books, both paper and digital, along with free internet access, internet skills training, and more.