Record Number : 94801 of 13452
Title : Teaching Islamic civilization with information technology
'Teaching Islamic Civilization with Information Technology' is an article written by Dr Corinne Blake of Rowan University, USA. Published by the Journal for MultiMedia History, the paper discusses the deployment of information technology in the delivery of academic courses in Islam and Islamic history. This is carried out in two parts. The first considers primary source materials that are available online like English translations of the Quran, Hadith, Fiqh (jurisprudence) and Islamic literature, as well as materials on Shi'ism, Sufism and Islamic arts and architecture. From here, the author highlights the different ways in which the materials described in the first part could be assimilated into courses. The work is aimed at those who are involved in the development of undergraduate programs of study in these subject areas. Note that several of the links made available on the site were not in operation at the time this record was reviewed.
Controlled Keywords : Islam; article
Language : eng;
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