Monday, April 16, 2012

UKti to discuss Malaysia British trade tomorrow

I see in today's STAR newspaper.

Talks to boost KL-London trade and investments

According to the article David Cameron's visit to Malaysia will be followed up by a meeting with the Malaysian Ambassador in London...

KUALA LUMPUR: A review of British Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to Malaysia will top the agenda in a key meeting with the UK Trade and Investment (Ukti) agency in London tomorrow.
The discussion between the agency's top brass and Malaysia's High Commissioner to Britain Datuk Seri Zakaria Sulong will be an immediate follow-up to Cameron's visit, the first by a British prime minister to Malaysia in almost 20 years.
I have sent a PDF with some video attached to the UKti in KL. It was related to my proposal. MUM a Motorsport University. I know it was received and viewed.
I do not know if it went any further! I've tried anyway.
This weekend was the Grand National in Aintree (near Liverpool). Two horses died. Sad. 
The BBC will not be covering the race next year. Also sad. They will be the media partners for the OPEN University, which seems to be gathering strength, and is advertising in the national newspapers.
Maybe they should look to broaden their educational coverage?
Something for tomorrows UKti meeting (maybe).
Here is portion of an article I have just read:

The Open University see great success with iTunes U app

The Open University is the first school in Europe to reach one million active subscriptions through the iTunes U app and the OU says it is seeing more than 40,000 new downloads each day.
“With more than 50 million downloads to date, we know that students value our high-quality learning materials, and that is really underlined by the speed with which we have reached one million iTunes U app course subscribers,” said Martin Bean, Vice-Chancellor of The Open University.

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