Professor Talaat Dafa-Allah, the deputy vice chancellor, insured the necessity of e-education sessions activation at the university to cope with the accelerating development in education. He said, when addressing the first session of preparing the electronic scientific materials (MOODLE) held by the university’s Faculty of Agriculture in collaboration with Organization of Sustainable Development Technology, and Sudanese E-learning Platform Initiative, at the e-library at the faculties complex in Al Kadaroo, that this session which continued for three days will be generalized for all the teaching staff in the universities’ faculties in collaboration with the Sudanese E-learning Platform Organization.
On the other hand, Dr. Faiza Mohammed Abd Almagid, Dean of Faculty of Agriculture, explained that the session targets developing the electronic technology in education and that it involved “32” trainees. The session aims at assisting university lectutrers to design electronic scientific materials in order to transfer from direct education to education on platforms to save time and energy as well as keeping up to date with the world’s development in e-learning, assisting the faculty to seek the help of international experts distantly and linking the faculty internationally with similar faculties. He then revealed that two MOUs are close to be signed between University of Bahri and Sudanese E-learning Platform to train all the teaching staff at the university, in addition to another memorandum between the faculty and Organization of Sustainable Development Technology to publish and execute the researches of both sides.
Edited by: Hanaa Izaldeen
Photographed by: Ahmed Abd ALkhair
Translated by: Mohammed Omer