Modern Technologies and Learning: Our eLearning Products and Services
Lots of the School’s teaching and learning activities are extended and facilitated by L2P, which sustainably integrates ‘blended learning’ concepts and is managed university-wide by the Center for Innovative Learning Technologies (CIL). L2P offers various features and functions including virtual classrooms, course-related material, self-testing, discussion forums, etc.
In order to ensure that all its elearning activities run smoothly, the School of Business and Economics created a dedicated e-learning unit in 2007, led by a Coordinator. The unit has developed and tailored a generic elearning system to the specific needs of the School’s students. This system is known as ‘DYNEXITE’ and integrates seamlessly with L2P. DYNEXITE automatically generates large volumes of course-related exercises tailored to an individual student’s profile. Students can submit their solutions and check whether their answers are correct. This form of learning finds high acceptance with students and encourages continuous learning, especially in some of the degree programs of the School of Business and Economics, where students’ achievements with DYNEXITE can count positively towards their final grading.