Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU) is developing a training studio funded by GIZ – Germany Cooperation to enhance e-learning.
With this kind of project, all lectures at UTAMU will be recorded and uploaded on the university website and university’s e-learning platform.
UTAMU Vice Chancellor, Prof. Benon Basheka says the process of acquiring equipment for use has been initiated.
Considering the quality and functionality of equipment needed, contacts with Germany counterparts have been concluded and the equipment will be installed on arrival.
“This studio will be used to record all lecturers and videos can be used in teaching especially by distance-based students,” he said.
UTAMU has attracted several consultancy projects because of its e-learning model.
Through the e-learning platform and e-learning facilities, UTAMU is now a university of choice for highly busy and experienced manager desirous of attaining higher academic qualifications.
The e-learning system is supplemented by a strong e-library whose resources are updated on a daily basis by the specifically recruited staffs to undertake this task.
The use of blended learning techniques and its unique block release mode of delivery especially for graduate programs, UTAMU has demonstrated to its student clientele the flexibility and wide range of menu the university offers.