Capacity Building Session about the Best Practices of E-Learning
The E-Learning Center of An-Najah University organized a session about the best practices of e-learning. The session targeted faculty members from across the University enhance their knowledge and skills about e-learning, including the synchronous and asynchronous learning and teaching.
The capacity building session included seven topics about preparing proper educational content that suits e-learning, and the use of traditional texts and multi-media through a variety of technological tools and soft wares.
The training sessions provided a platform of discussion among faculty members to share their experiences and the best practices in e-learning, in order to enhance the distance learning efficiency in the coming summer course.
The Vice President for Academic Affairs, Prof Mohammed Al-Subu' commended the efforts of faculty members, who excelled in e-learning despite all the challenges that faced them, while transitioning from the face-to-face learning to e-learning without prior readiness due to the emergency status across Palestine. Al-Subu' indicated that there are major differences between the two systems and there is a need to put effort on harmonizing between the traditional and electronic approaches to continue the educational process with efficiency and effectiveness.
The faculty members also received training about using technological tools including Moodle and Zoom to develop proper online curricular courses, in addition to discussing the method of preparing online evaluations, exams and assignments.