Department of development
The Information Qualification Department aims to hold educational courses in the field of information technology at various levels to develop the center, university, and community cadres. The department consists of two branches: The Training Division, and the E-Learning Division.
It is one of the divisions of the Information Technology Department. One of the division’s most important aims is to hold educational courses in the field of information technology at its various levels. Since its establishment in 2003 until 2011, the division has held many courses and workshops, reaching 290 courses in all computer fields, and the number of subscribers was 8,431.
Achievements of the Training Division
- (IC3) Internet and Computing Core Certification
- Exam (Office $ Windows) for all levels.
- Courses for the purposes of scientific promotion of the professors.
- Courses for the purposes of promotions for employees.
- (IC3) courses for postgraduate purposes.
- Computer literacy courses for those without academic degrees.
- Various specialized courses to spread the information culture in the university and society
It is one of the sections of the Information development Department. This division works on managing and following-up e-learning and encouraging its use at the university. E-learning is known as a method of teaching using modern communication mechanisms from computer, network, multimedia, including sound and image, graphics, search mechanisms, and electronic libraries. The division’s mission began with three axes:
Electronic Library: One of the most important electronic library services is the availability of computers for electronic reading and the provision of e-books, dissertations, and thesis to the University of Kufa.
E-learning program: It is a system for managing e-learning content, whereby electronic educational materials such as lectures, exams, and educational resources are placed on the system’s website, where each of the students, professors, and educational material are located in a single electronic environment.
Video conferencing: Video conferencing technology has multiple public and educational benefits, as it is used in the delivery of distant education for improving communication between the elements of the educational system.