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Enhancing Somali Universities through E-Infrastructure: Success Stories and Future Pathways

Mohamed, Mohamed Mohamud

Eng. Mohamed Mohamud, Deputy Rector, SIMAD University delivered this presentation at the SomaliREN Annual University Leaders Retreat.

In today's digital age, the role of e-infrastructure services in higher education has become increasingly crucial. The effective utilization of digital resources and services can transform the landscape of universities, enabling them to provide enhanced teaching, learning, research, and administrative processes. This presentation explores enhancing Somali universities through e-infrastructure, examining success stories and future pathways for leveraging digital technologies in higher education.

Essential e-infrastructure services serve as the backbone of a modern university, facilitating seamless operations and optimizing the academic experience for students, faculty, and staff. These services encompass various digital resources, such as high-speed internet connectivity, cloud computing, learning management systems, online libraries, and collaborative platforms. By harnessing the power of e-infrastructure, universities can overcome geographical limitations, foster innovation, and promote collaboration among stakeholders.

Enhancing Somali universities through e-infrastructure holds immense potential for driving positive change in higher education. The successful implementation of e-infrastructure services, the cultivation of entrepreneurial ecosystems, the leadership in digital transformations, and the adoption of a framework for guiding digital transformation are all critical components in realizing the full benefits of digital technologies in the Somali higher education sector. By embracing these pathways, Somali universities can position themselves as leaders in the digital age, equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in a rapidly evolving global landscape.
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