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UBa Organizes LMS Training For Newly Admitted Students.

Newly admitted students in The University of Bamenda at the undergraduate, Master and PhD levels, for the 2021-2022 academic year have been trained on how to use the university’s Learning Management Systems, LMS

Newly admitted students in The University of Bamenda at the undergraduate, Master and PhD levels, for the 2021-2022 academic year have been trained on how to use the university’s Learning Management Systems, LMS in their daily interaction with teachers and the administration of the university. Coordinated by the Deputy Vice Chancellor in Charge of Teaching Professionalization and the development of Information and Communication Technologies, DVC/TiC, Professor Suh Cheo Emmanual and the Director of Academic Affairs, D/Aca, Professor Victor Ngu Cheo, the team from the University’s IT unit schooled the freshmen and women on online student account creation, course registration, download and upload of assignments and course materials as well as general navigation.

The training that started March 23 in separate groups, simultaneously in the different Amphi theatres and lecture halls in the University, falls in line within the guidelines of a March 18th release signed by the Vice Chancellor of The University of Bamenda Professor Theresia Nkuo Akenji scheduling the training which has now become an annually routine for all newly admitted students and newly recruited teachers in the university.

 According to the release, the start of the weeklong training starts with the students of the faculty of Art, HTTC, FS, FED, HICM, HITL, and FEMS AND HTTTC. It’s expected that by the close of the exercise all newly admitted students in the university’s twelve Schools and Faculties must have taken turns in gaining knowledge on how to better use the Learning Management Systems, LMS. The University’s LMS since its introduction has become part of teaching and learning platform in the University of Bamenda with landmark results recorded already.

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