TAG-ITI develop the Judicial Institute e-Learning System

AMMAN - Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Information Technology International (TAG-ITI) has been awarded a new contract by The European Union to develop an e-learning system for the Jordanian Judicial Institute (JIJ) to automate the teaching process and transform it into an electronic one in the Ministry of Justice. The developed system allows the judges/students to attend lectures electronically and interact with the system and instructors remotely, without having to attend the Institute building. The selection of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Information Technology International (TAG-ITI) was based on TAG-ITI’s unique experience in the field of information technology in general, and in web design and development in particular. Mr. Ramez Quneibi, TAG-ITI’s Web Executive Director said: “The e-learning became essential in private and public organizations and the JIJ took this step forward to be pioneers in this field.” “The developed system has several features that transformed the learning process in JIJ. In addition, our team has linked the e-Learning system to the internal system of the Ministry so that the information was reserved completely from the Ministry, and the system became compatible with the Ministry's rules and procedures” he added The key added features include: - Electronic evaluation for trainees, courses and instructors - Video conference module that allows the students to interact live with the courses' instructors - Integration of Whiteboard with the system - Session recording feature, where the student can record a lecture for the purposes of saving and reference (archiving system) - Database migration and integration