Qatar University has entered into a partnership with Microsoft Qatar to improve education through technology. The agreement was signed by Dr. Khaled Al Khater, Vice President for Administrative and Financial Affairs of the University and Lana Khalaf, General Manager of Microsoft Qatar, during a ceremony held at the university. The purpose of the agreement is to enhance the capabilities of students and faculty members by providing them with the necessary tools and skills to leverage advanced technology.
The agreement will enable Qatar University to transform digitally by implementing Microsoft’s Education Transformation Agreement framework for higher education. The framework is based on four main pillars, including protecting the electronic environment of the university campus, utilizing new technologies to provide innovative teaching and learning experiences, adopting smart technologies like artificial intelligence and cloud computing to accelerate scientific research achievements and ultimately ensuring the success of students.
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This collaboration between Qatar University and Microsoft Qatar seeks to provide students and faculty members with the resources and knowledge needed to use technology effectively. By doing so, it will help to enhance the educational experience, boost research outcomes and ensure the success of students. The agreement also highlights the importance of the digital transformation of educational institutions to meet the demands of the 21st century.