The Law Faculty in Waddan of the University of Jufra on Tuesday hosted a workshop on the e-learning experience and the associated scientific criteria and tools under the supervision of the Post - Graduate Department at the university.

The workshop highlighted the pilot experiences of the distance education program that was implemented by a group of youths from Waddan under the slogan "We Will Not Stop".

The participants assessed the program in terms of the response of students and faculty members. They also discussed developing new methods and tools to help set a program capable of delivering higher education standards.

The social activist and lecturer at the business school and the founder of the distance education program "Hamdouni Hassan" said they were the first to move to distance education in Libya.

"We started giving online lessons since the outbreak of the pandemic and managed to keep on going despite the numerous challenges associated with power cuts and poor internet services," Hassan said.