Tutors' Training Programme for KL and JB

Part-time tutors attended a training programme at Menara PGRM, KL, to get themselves familiarised with the university’s tutor system. A total of 57 tutors from Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru participated.

The training programme kicked off with a welcome address from WOU’s Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Prof Wong Tat Meng, who also briefed the tutors on the university’s model for delivering education to its students.

Prof Wong welcomes the participants.

Prof Wong welcomes the participants.

Tutors were briefed on several key issues relating to tutorial’s assessments, assignments and administration.

Enjoying the tea break.

Enjoying the tea break.

Tutors browse through the comprehensive course materials provided to students.

Tutors browse through the comprehensive course materials provided to students.

An interactive session was conducted by the university's library unit whereby tutors were given first-hand knowledge into the host of services offered by the e-library.

KLRO's academic counsellor Ng Yeen Seen shows a tutor how to navigate the e-library webpage.

KLRO's academic counsellor Ng Yeen Seen shows a tutor how to navigate the e-library webpage.

WOU education technologists then demonstrated the use of the university’s online learning management system, WawasanLearn, to support distance learning students.

Learning made easy - thanks to clear instructions in the handouts.

Learning made easy - thanks to clear instructions in the handouts.

School of Business & Administration Lecturer Teoh Ai Ping facilitates the course-specific academic discussions.

School of Business & Administration Lecturer Teoh Ai Ping facilitates the course-specific academic discussions.

WOU staff pose with tutors from JB and KL in these two photo shoots.

WOU staff pose with tutors from JB and KL in these two photo shoots.