An-Najah President Honors the Winners of the Excellence Award in E-Learning
Prof. Maher Natsheh, An-Najah President, honored faculty members of An-Najah National University who have developed meritorious, and sustained records of excellence in e-learning at the University.
An-Najah's Excellence Award in E-Learning provides annual recognition of faculty members whose work has had a significant impact in e-learning. The award focuses on the best and innovative use of the new information technologies to enhance e-learning in the University.
The award's winners displayed a strong, and consistent commitment to quality online teaching and learning, as evidenced by teaching and scholarly activities designed to advance the quality of online teaching and learning.
They also displayed effective and innovative online teaching practices that result in student engagement, student satisfaction, and effectiveness in achieving desired learning outcomes.
This year award was granted to Dr. Mustafa Ghanim, Dr. Mohammad Qneibi, and Dr. Manal Hbaisheh from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences in first place. The second place went to Dr.Lubna Al-Kharraz from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences; while, the third place went to Dr. Hani Farran from the Faculty of Fine Arts, and Dr. Maryam Al-Tal from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
During the meeting, Prof. Natsheh commended the efforts made by An-Najah's E-Learning Center staff, especially the Center's Director Dr. Saida Affouneh.
An-Najah's E-Learning Center focuses on the importance of employing technology in the teaching-learning process and addresses the issue of development of the academic process management through the implementation of technology as a means for reinforcing education.
The Center aims to arrive to a high-quality education in both learning and teaching, in order to achieve the best educational, training and social outcomes to be able to compete with higher education institutions.
The Center also seeks to design and develop high-quality, combined courses, to improve the outcomes of education, by developing teachers' and students' competency, providing support and funding projects for it and conducting supportive experimental, evaluation, processional and survey research.