University of Jordan to offer online education once approved
- Jordan: Monday, March 11 - 2013 at 06:34
The University of Jordan (UJ) has launched a web portal, which allows students to interact with their teachers online, Jordan Times has reported. Through the E-Learning platform, UJ instructors can upload the required curricula for a certain course to make it accessible for their students at any time. The portal is part of the university's plan to prepare for integrating online education that allows students to join the university's faculties via the web. Currently, online education is not accredited by the higher education ministry, but the university "we will be ready for it," once it is approved, said UJ president, Ekhleif Tarawneh.
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