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NELC Strategy:

The NELC provides faculty staff with several choices, related to increasing the Egyptian e-content for the students; these choices should be compatible with the different scientific content patterns in all scientific sectors and with the nature of teaching and learning in the universities. The mechanism used in achieving this aim is:

1- Producing full e-courses applying the blended learning strategy.

2- Producing determined parts from the scientific content of the courses, in the form of independent learning objects that can be reused in other relevant courses.

3- Improving the produced e-courses, in order to increase its usage.

4- Presenting competitive projects to develop integrated academic programs which represent an added value for students.

5- Presenting competitive projects to develop integrated programs depending on the produced e-courses, so that such courses can be completed to form a full academic program.

6- Presenting competitive projects related to using virtual labs which are provided by the Information and Communication Technology Project (ICTP).

7- Presenting competitive projects to develop the strategic e-courses (such as courses in physics and chemistry in the early age of university education) which are available for large number of students.

8- Announcing the Egyptian e-content initiative that aims to include the digital and electronic educational materials produced by faculties' staff, in different forms: visual, audio and written, and to be provided for students.

9- Designing and developing the Egyptian e-content repository, this will include all the educational objects and make it available for faculty staff and students.

10- Executing these pre-mentioned mechanisms in 22 sub-centers to produce the e-content in the universities and all its branches, which are well equipped and satisfying the human resources. These sub-centers depend on 50 instructional designers, 73 graphic designers, 58 developers, 20 training coordinators, 15 visual and audio studios, 593 personal computers, 29 laptop and other electronic requirement.