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Social Media and Free Speech By Thenmoli Rajantran School of Communication & Design, SCKL People believe they have more freedom of expression and/or speech when using online networks than they do in the real world, where social etiquette and manners can sometimes feel restricting and constraining. Of course, content is monitored and can be removed,...
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Photo Credits: Aabro Production Excerpts from a video project initiated by Mr Rishikumar Selvadurai, Senior Lecturer for Marketing Management, School of Business Due to graduate soon, Melisha Lin told us that she chose to study at SEGi College Kuala Lumpur due to its strategic location in the city. She felt that a conveniently accessible campus...
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By Yeo Sue-Ann, Lecturer cum Programme Leader, School of Education, MPU and Language Life in the 21st century increasingly requires us to exercise more creativity to think outside the box and innovate. As educators, we also try our best to foster creativity in the classroom. However, at the same time, there is a struggle for...
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By Noor Fadillah Binti Jaafar, Lecturer, School of Business The Fourth Industrial Revolution was created in 2016 by Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum founder and it was published in a book of the same name. Hence, It should be right to extract the idea of it from the book itself which is “The Fourth...
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By Kavitha Soundararajan, Lecturer, School of Education, MPU & Language “Our children are the rock on which our future will be built,” said Nelson Mandela. The world will always have emerging people who will advance society; therefore, it is crucial that they be guided, nurtured, and developed holistically. To achieve this, children need to be...
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By Emily Bt Mising Udup, Lecturer, School of Education, MPU and Language Education in Malaysia is a continuous effort towards further developing the potential of individuals in a holistic and integrated manner, to produce balanced and harmonious individuals in terms of intellectual, emotional, spiritual and physical based on strong faith and obedience to God. Such...
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By Ng Kean Wai, Lecturer, School of Business The Emergence of IR 4.0 Technological advances have greatly changed the way people do business. Production methods and business operations are improving with the help of technology. This scenario is also called the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The evolution from the first Industrial Revolution to Industry 4.0 has...
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Employee Collaboration
By Siti Rashidah Yusoff, Lecturer, School of American Degree Program Introduction “We all like to be recognized and appreciated. Just by giving an award or recognition certificate, formally recognizing someone in front of a group or even buying a cup of coffee, we’re telling the employee that their work is appreciated.” – Harvey Stein, President,...
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By Thenmoli A/P Rajantran, Lecturer, School of Creative Arts & Designs If people were to possess an actual toolbox filled with basic yet important tools to function in a society then communication would be the biggest and most dominant tool in said toolbox. We humans love to interact with one another and even before the...
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By Daksayani Ganeson, Lecturer, School of Education, MPU and Language Medical science is discovering that the human gut is the ultimate regulator of body functions that determine all health vectors – from obesity, sleep disorders, anxiety, skin conditions and food intolerance to even Covid-19 related diseases. SO, CAN YOU HEAL IT? Eat more fibre! High-fibre...
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