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Training for Enhancement of E-learning methodologies in Palestinian partner universities

UCAS conducted the Capacity Building Program for Academic Staff as part of the Enhancement of E-learning methodologies in Palestinian partner universities under the iCARE project. this training aimed to build the capacity on e-learning strategics and tools for academics after the Covid-19 pandemic. 
 
The training led by Dr Rami Al-hadeethi.

 

Field visit for i-CARE laboratory

i-CARE Laboratory Committee met to discuss developments in the establishment of the Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory and the preparation of the manual. Additionally, the team take a tour at Al-Azhar University laboratories to check the received equipment.

BATTI team conducts a business training for i-CARE academics staff

As a part of preparing for AbilityTech academy for students, BATTI team conducted a business training for i-CARE academics staff, the training aimed to prepare the academics to be a coach for students to build their capacity on business and market skills to present their innovation rehabilitation deceive to market. 
 
i-Care project designed AbilityTech academy for best deceive/ service for people with disability in the field of rehabilitation engineering. It’s aimed to prepare the students for the market by learning them how to produce and sell the product fit with market needs.

 

i-CARE project lunches a kick off meeting for capacity building activities of Enhancement of E-learning Methodologies in Local Universities

i-CARE project lunched a kick off meeting for capacity building activities of Enhancement of E-learning Methodologies in Local Universities. 
This activity aims to assess the current E-learning context, identify gaps based on global sound practices as well as design a capacity building program based on the universities' capacities.