‹‹…ለኢትዮጵያ የውሃ ሀብት ልማትና ለሕዝቧ ብልጽግና እንዲውል ከሀሳባቸው አቅንተው እንዲመሰረት ያደረጉትን ይህን የአርባ ምንጭ የውሃ ቴክኖሎጂ ኢንስቲትዩት ግንቦት 12 ቀን 1979 ዓ.ም. መርቀው ከፈቱ፡፡

New Internet Labs have been set up in all AMU campuses to allow access to ICT services and e-learning materials.

The labs have been implemented using a Thin Client computing solution backed by Open Source software which will allow ICT staff to more easily manage computing resources.

Main Campus Internet lab

 

ICT Center

The university has been training water related professionals for more than two decades. In the year 2003 the university launched post graduate programs. All the graduating students of degree or master program have to do a graduating project or thesis respectively. Every year there is to be a final year project, research or thesis work, the individual or the department has to look for the required data from different bureaus. The basic data that are required for a water resources research are hydro-meteorological data. Whenever a research has been completed the raw and processed data of that same research is hardly kept in a well organized way. The researcher only submits these data to the advisor and may be to the department/school of graduate studies.

This study focuses on the collection and sorting of available hydro-meteorological data in the Abay River Bain and Abaya-Chamo sub-Basin of Ethiopia.

The following documents provide the details of this project.

The AMU Email service has been updated to a more modern collaborative working system.

Should you have any difficulties logging in to the new service please contact the ICT Center who will investigate and reset your account as required.

ICT Center

 

Arba Minch University holds instructional skills training for all its newly employed academic staff. It has been part of the culture of the university to train all newly employed instructors on didactic skills such as learner centered methodology, continuous assessment, classroom management, instructional planning and ethical aspects in teaching in higher education. This year’s training has commenced today, October 10th, 2011 and will continue for the coming five days.

The university welcomes all new instructors and wishes you a good working year.