The Blended learning station-BLS at University of Jordan (UJ) Formally inaugurated
February 17, 2019

Within the frame work of METHODS project, ​A Blended Learning Station (BLS) has been recently setup at the University of Jordan's (UJ) main library as part of its aim to switch to the blended learning approach.


Formally inaugurated by UJ President, Prof. Abdul Karim Al-Qudah, the BLS has been created within the METHODS project which is co-funded by the European Union within the Erasmus Plus program.


The station will be used to train faculty members on the different blended learning strategies and the latest educational tools and modern teaching methods. It will also be used to introduce them to the latest e-learning management systems and keep them up with technological advances in higher education.


The station includes smart classrooms and computers installed with appropriate software such as Camtasia.


Prof. Ahmed Majdoubeh, UJ Vice President for Humanities Schools, said at the opening that blended learning is an effective means to achieve a qualitative leap in the educational outcomes of students. He added that blended learning is an approach to education that uses modern components and tools which will lead the university towards a "smart campus.. In addition; the BLS could be utilized for teaching students using the modern technologies.



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Prof. Ahmed Al-Salaymeh,
The University of Jordan, Jordanrsity of Jordan, Jordan