Generally, science and technology are in an increasing and continuous development process. During the last decades, several technologies have been invented, others have been grown and others have been ignored. As a result, it is very important that higher education curriculum developed in order to encompass these rapidly evolving technologies. Electrical engineering with its different branches (computer engineering, electrical energy engineering, electronics and telecommunications) is one of the fields that is continuously growing and expanding. Recent developments in electrical engineering include Renewable Energy (RE), Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber Security (CS), which have recently witnessed a huge demand in the labor market.

IREEDER is an Erasmus-plus funded project that aims at building the capacity of the higher education institutions in Jordan. IREEDER consortium includes ten partners; five Jordanian and five European partners, and led by Al-Hussein Bin Talal University (Jordan). The wider objective of the project is to ensure that Jordanian universities are placed in a position where they offer quality education compatible with European standards, and meet socio-economic needs of the emerging knowledge-based society by strengthening undergraduate teaching and enhancing learning outcomes in order to provide their Jordanian graduates with professional leadership skills that qualify them to meet market needs of the country. Specifically, the project aims at creating bachelor’s degree subjects with appropriate laboratories in RE, IoT and CS taught by universities in Jordan and brought into line with the EU requirements, as well as engaging faculty in the development of online lectures and laboratory.

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The second plenary meeting of IREEDER,will be held virtually in September 9

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