In line with the University's strategies to support and facilitate the use of advanced it technologies in the educational process in the interests of the educational environment, the Department of Electronic Learning has been established to play a leading role in developing the capabilities of the faculty and students at the university.
What we do
  • Coordinate an advocacy and development network in the University of London Federation, within the State of Palestine and internationally
  • Raise awareness of and promote discussion about learning and teaching innovation
  • Provide training, capacity building, knowledge management, development funding and consultancy services
  • Organise development events including symposia, seminars and conferences
  • Manage the work of a panel of experts and specialists, to provide recognised expertise of the highest standards.

  • Deployment & communications in education.
  • Access to high quality learning and education to achieve the best competitive learning outcomes between higher education institutions, the local and international community and knowledge societies.
  • Improving learning outcomes.

  • Completion Bucket Section:
The Department aims to stimulate and enhance competitiveness and document achievements of the faculty members. The tasks of the person assigned to the task will be to organize the introduction of achievements, ensure their validity, present them to the public and to the faculty members and design the necessary programs.
  • e-Learning:
Operating systems and software for e-learning and linking them to university systems, reporting on the progress of e-learning programs, providing support and support, and providing the necessary explanations for faculty and students to ensure ease of use and to solve problems that both faculty members and students may encounter during the process of using a school student.
  • Electronic Examination:
Organizing and following the work of electronic examinations, training staff members and students to use the systems of electronic examinations, and ensuring the operation is conducted and administratively controlled in coordination with academic affairs.
  • Multimedia:
The Department aims to record and raise some university lectures with sound and image to servers and present them to the public and students in order to improve the quality of education and enrich teaching materials and make them available to the student at any time.