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GOING GLOBAL WITH GLOBAL CLASSROOMS

In a stride towards enhancing academic communication skills, UHL2412 English for Academic Communication course has accomplished two successful Global Classrooms at the outset of 2024. Both sessions, held on January 11, 2024, Thursday, proved to be enlightening experiences for the students. The first 2-hour session in the morning commenced with a compelling talk delivered by Mr. Andri Wardana from Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand.

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UNLEASHING THE POWER OF CML: THE JOURNEY TO EKSA AWARD!

21 February 2024 - The Public Sector Conducive Ecosystem, better known as EKSA, is a rebranding exercise of Public Sector 5S practice. The initiative aims to strengthen the organisational culture of high performance and innovation among public sector agencies by providing a conducive environment, work culture, and positive values for public servants. In the spirit of EKSA, the Centre for Modern Languages (CML), Universiti Malaysia Pahang Al-Sultan Abdullah (UMPSA), is also implementing this practice to meet its objectives. In preparation for the upcoming Internal Audit on February 29th for the EKSA Award, which coincides with Hari Kualiti dan Inovasi 2024, the CML family joined hands for a gotong-royong to clean and organise the central administrative office in Pekan.

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COMMUNITALK: FOSTERING ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

In a collaborative effort between Universiti Malaysia Al-Sultan Abdullah (UMPSA) and USIA Sarana Ascetic of Sekolah Sains Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah (SHAH Pekan), CommuniTalk has emerged as a promising initiative to boost English language proficiency among Form 4 students from the school. This collaboration was designed following discussions with the Community Service unit members of Centre for Modern Languages (CML), UMPSA and the Programme Coordinator of Suruh Ilmuan of USIA Sarana Ascetic, Associate Professor Dr. Nina Suhaity Azmi, promising to be a transformative initiative tailored to boost students’ confidence and proficiency in English. USIA Sarana Ascetic consists of alumni, parents, and staff from SHAH Pekan, who also provided funds for the programme.

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THREE THINGS WE LEARNED ABOUT VR

15 February 2024 - In an attempt to investigate the living and breathing landscape of Virtual Reality (VR) technology, six academic members of the Centre for Modern Languages (CML), Universiti Malaysia Pahang Al-Sultan Abdullah embarked on a benchmarking session that led and transported them through the dynamic universe of VAR LIVE, an innovative virtual reality theme park and into the sophistication of Virtual Online Future Technology and Extended Reality (VORTEX XR) Lab at Taylor’s University.

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THE FINAL RECIPIENTS OF DIGITAL CONTENT CREATION INCENTIVES 2023

The e-Learning Unit, Centre for Modern Languages (CML), is pleased to announce the successful recipients of the Digital Content Creation (DCC) incentive for 2023. The objective of providing the incentives for academic staff is to acknowledge their unwavering efforts in creating digital content for teaching and learning as part of Globalised Online Learning, one of the 10 shifts of the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 set by the Ministry of Education.

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