Maldives National University (MNU) has announced its plans for introducing an E-learning system in the Maldives.
Centre for Educational Technology and Excellence (CETE) of MNU will be collaborating with Open University of Catalonia, Spain, University of Zagreb, Croatia and Croatian Academic and Research Network (CARNET), Croatia.
MNU introduced the project named Advanced Higher Education in the Maldives Through E-learning Development (AMED) last Tuesday in an event held in MNU.
Inauguration of AMED ( Advancing higher education in Maldives through E- learning Development) project at the Maldives National University
AMED project is funded by the Erasmus+ programme aimed at strengthening capacities in high education. pic.twitter.com/flrDrFHdBO
— MaldivesNationalUni (@MNUedu) March 26, 2019
The project will undergo with the help of the European Union and the system would be made available by 2022.
“Now we are holding interviews to identify the needs of the university. After this initial stage, we will start to develop the material and train the faculties. Only after these stages will the system reach the students,” said the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of MNU Aishath Shahin.
She also said that the aim of the system is to establish a robust system at MNU for the development and delivery of e-learning in the Maldives.
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