Under the patronage of Prof.Ahmed Ghallab-Aswan University President ,e-learning culture has been spread and supported its industry in Aswan through implementing the activities of learning axis according to the cooperation agreement signed between Communication & Information Technology Ministry and Aswan government .
Within the framework of the Central Administration of the Social Development , in line with the objectives of Communication & Information Technology Ministry in order to achieve to the goals of the sustainable development by supporting education’s axis and spreading e-learning culture ,the Competitive Center for E-learning held a number of training courses in the domain of production, administration and spreading e-learning content by training the trainers of Cisco Academy from the civil associations which are approved as centers of publishing e-learning content that is related to Cisco company by Cisco Networking Academy ,while 16 trainers from 8 sides (private and governmental associations).
In addition ,training (65) academic staff and students in the third and fourth batches from the Faculty of Physical Education in Aswan University on producing the interactive electronic content by using Articulate Storyline and electronic content management using the Learning Management System-Moodle.
The training starts 24/11/2019 to 28/11/2019 in the building of Aswan government and also the building of the Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources in Aswan University , and this by the full support provided by Dr.Ghada Yehia Abou Zeid-Director of Information Center and Network Communication in Aswan University ,and Dr.Nasser Mohamed –Director of E-learning Unit and Digital Library in the university.
Prof. Yasser Abdel Hamid –Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources said a speech on the importance of the ministry training and its sustainable support to implement the comprehensive development in the government ,affirming his full support and hosting the activities of the training that is related to e-learning content and expressing his hope in continuing such these training .