NSU Vice Chancellor Participates in OIC, E-Learning Workshop

Staff Reporter

A course on the Development of E-learning Curriculum and Relevant E-materials was organized by the Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries, a subsidiary organ of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.

Professor Dr. Muhammad Mukhtar, Vice Chancellor National Skills University, participated in this course along with 90 delegates from 26 Muslim countries.

This course is specifically designed to provide advisory support for the OIC members states academic leaders in technical and vocational education and training.

Several case studies from the Malaysian school system and higher education institutes were presented by the scholars and technical experts representing the Ministry of Education of Malaysia.

This course covered various methodologies applied during the COVID-19 and pre-COVID era for the E-Learning curricular development and its applications.

Several topics discussed were the strategies and innovative approaches to promote and implement E-learning and the challenges involved in vocational centers.

Besides demonstrations of several digital tools utilized in E-learning, students’ perspective and their inclination and acceptance for new teaching-learning methods were also discussed.

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