Officials with the “Ask zad”, “Academy Hawes” and “International Centre for Libraries and information centres” are looking for ways to cooperate jointly.
Informed knowledge sources reported that, in the context of the desire for joint cooperation in the field of archiving and digitization and the development of cognitive skills for workers in this field, recently–a meeting was held
Between representatives of: “Hawes Academy is one of the United Education Group Companies, the Arab Information Bank” Aszad “of the same group, and the International Centre for Libraries and information centres,” an integrated centre offering all the services and digital solutions needed by libraries and information centres,
The publisher’s relations officer, the Arab Information bank, said, “Aszad”
Who attended the meeting referred to as the Publisher relations officer of the “Aszad” information bank and his representative said that the meeting was held with:
Dr. Fahmi Al-Balawneh executive director, Hawes Academy and Ms. Yasmeen Ali Shaaban/CEO International Centre for Libraries and information centres, and Mr. Mahmoud Labib, chairman of the Centre’s board of Directors, primarily aims to cooperate in the development of the skills and capabilities of digitization workers Modern electronic archiving through the provision of training courses in various fields using the expertise of the “Hawes Training academy, the world’s largest digital academy, which works to upgrade educational and academic training staff, and prepare them to keep abreast of changes, cognitive and technical developments, and to contribute to the creation of an informed and conscious Arab human being, interacting with the achievements the knowledge and technical age with professionalism and competence; by making education a high-quality industry, a lucrative investment that is not measured in real-time, but as Cognitive and performance products are produced after a while through the recycling of the knowledge product.
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