Ahlia University trains faculty members on the use of interactive board 'Smart Board'
- Bahrain: Tuesday, January 22 - 2013 at 15:53
- PRESS RELEASE
Under the directives of the President of Ahlia University Prof. Abdulla Al Hawaj, the Ahlia Centre for Training and Development in cooperation with the University's Information Technology Centre, has organized a number of training workshops for faculty member of the University, on the use of the interactive white board (Smart Board).
The Director of the University's IT Centre highlighted that this is the first stage in introducing faculty members to using the interactive smart board, and there will be further training to come in the future.
The interactive smart board is considered to be one of the most advanced technologies in the world today, and is a sensitive type of white board that is dealt with by touch. The board can be used to display what's on a computer screen, and perform many other different functions. It is used in the classroom and allows the user to save, store, and print. It also allows the user to send classroom lessons by email in case a student is absent. Another feature of the interactive board is that you can use most of the Microsoft Office programs on it, and you can also surf the internet which contributes in enriching the lesson by adding special effects. It also enables the use of different programs to widen students' knowledge and to make learning more fun by using interesting and exciting methods.
The Ahlia Centre for Training and Development has created a comprehensive program to train all faculty members, to enable them to begin using the interactive smart board by the beginning of the second academic term (2012-2013).
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