The Center for Learning Innovations and Customized Knowledge Solutions (CLICKS) has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Naseej For Communication and Information Technology to foster mutual understanding and engage in a collaborative effort to support the higher education sector via the provision of ‘fit -for-purpose’ technological solutions, professional development opportunities and networking platforms; in addition to offering ‘sound’ advise and services to support their core functions particularly in areas related to teaching and learning, digital transformation, program assessment and accreditation and student experience.
The MoU also aims to enhance cooperation between the two organizations to leverage on their past collaborations to plan and deliver high level events and conferences geared towards the higher education sectors. The MoU also calls for strengthening cooperation through mutually promoting each parties’ offerings, organizing joint certificates, webinars and other networking events.
Dr. Hadj-Hamou, on her side, added: ‘’We are excited to enter into this new partnership and look forward to implement our action plans to activate this MoU collaboratively. We believe that there are many opportunities for us to effectively support the higher education sector, particularly when it comes to the transition to online learning in a holistic manner that considers the entire ecosystem and the need to maintain quality standards. Both our organizations’ expertise nicely complement each other.’’
Naseej is a leading technology company committed to harnessing the power of digital transformation in education by enabling its customers to obtain rich experiences and adapt to a dynamic technology landscape while reducing their technical burden, enabling them to focus on achieving their strategic objectives.
Naseej offers a wide range of digital transformation solutions for institutions across the Middle East, which include the region’s top academic and educational institutes, libraries and cultural centres, government organizations and large corporations.