Staff Development Workshop Series for the Academic Staff of Wayamba University of Sri Lanka

Staff Development Workshop- 08

Short course on ICT teachings aids and tools- intake 1

Title: “Become a Digital Teacher” – an Interactive Training program to equip academic with ICT teachings aids and tools.

Duration: 40 hrs.

Time: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Venue: Staff Development Centre – WUSL Makandura Premises

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Staff Development Workshop- 09

Title: National Digitizing Project and Institutional Repository Network of Sri Lanka

Target Group: Those who publish research papers & need information on research: Academic Staff, Research and Laboratory Staff, and the staff of ICT Centre, Library, CGU and ELTU

Date: 23rd October 2015

Time: 9.30 a.m to 12.30 p.m

Venue: Staff Development Centre – WUSL , Makandura Premises

Conducted by: National Science Foundation (NSF) with the collaboration of SDC of WUSL

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The Wayamba University of Sri Lanka (WUSL), established in August 1999, is in a raipd process of acquiring and developing its human resources. Currently, the WUSL has over 100 academic, 250 non-academic staff for a student population of about 2100. The WUSL expects its teaching and research activities to be challenging, innovative, and above all, responsive to the rapidly evolving needs of the 21st century. We, the people work in the Staff Development Centre (SDC) of the WUSL, are, therefore, in a process of developing a distinct academic style that is based on a culture of high achievement and a focus on the needs of professional practitioners.

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