Virtual Conference "Digital Resources in Teaching Arabic to Non-Arabic Speakers"

  • 2021-Feb-28

Participants in the 13th virtual annual conference "Digital Resources in Teaching Arabic to Non-Arabic Speakers", sponsored by The World  Communities Council, Association of Islamic Universities, and Ibn Sina Institute for Human Sciences, emphasized the need to create an interactive educational digital global platform to achieve effective participation among all parties of the educational process, and to improve the quality of education.

The conference was launched, on Saturday July 25 2020, via ZOOM app and social media pages, at 9 am GMT, seeking to achieve several goals: monitoring successful experiences in activating digital resources in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers; discussing the needs of Arabic language teachers and learners from digital sources, especially in emergency conditions such as the conditions imposed by the Corona pandemic; guarantee the access to digital developments in the preparation of foreign language education materials; improving the performance of institutions and centers interested in teaching the Arabic language; improving its tools and means, contributing to solving their problems to harmonize the new reality globally, as well as discussing scientific standards in employing digital resources in teaching the Arabic language to non-Arabic speakers.

The conference sessions revolved around several agendas: the reality and challenges of Arabic language education on the Internet, applications of smart devices in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, evaluation of sources for teaching Arabic during the Corona pandemic, linguistic codes and their use in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, employing social media and apps in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, role of electronic linguistic dictionaries and electronic language games in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, and the most important technological challenges facing the Arabic language and its teaching.

The conference sessions came as follows: “Using Websites and Social Media Apps in Teaching Arabic to to non-native speakers,” while the second discussed the evaluating Arabic language education resources during the Corona pandemic, and the third discussed smart device apps in teaching Arabic to non-native speakers, and the fourth session was titled “Issues in Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers”.


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