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Dr. Amal Nsair, the Dean of the Students Affairs at Yarmouk University, met with the heads of international students' communities at Yarmouk University through Zoom. During the meeting, Nsair mentioned that the presidency of the university is concerned with the several affairs of international students at the university and that the university since the beginning of the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic provides its international students with all the necessary services and facilities to continue their development. Nsair listened to the students' questions and queries regarding several issues associated with distance learning and incomplete grades, and she called on the heads of communities to communicate with the university continuously.

Noteworthy that the meeting was attended by the director of the students' welfare department, Mr. Marwan Tayfour, the head of the department of the international students' care, Mr. Ayham Abu Al-Sha’ar, and Mohammed Al-Nasser.

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The President of Yarmouk University, Prof. Zeidan Kafafi, its faculty and administrative staff, and its students are honored to express their sincere  congratulations to his Majesty King Abdullah II on the occasion of the 21st Royal Sitting, the army day, and the anniversary of the Great Arab Revolution. Acknowledging the significance of these festivals, Yarmouk community asks Allah to preserve His Majesty's health and wellness, and to perpetuate the grace of the Hashemite leadership in Jordan.

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Based on Yarmouk University's keenness to deploy all possible methods that contribute to the continuation of the process of teaching and learning during the conditions and procedures imposed by the Corona pandemic, al-Hussein bin Talal Library has provided graduate students with the service of  "remote book lending". This service is significant, as it enables graduate students to complete their studies and their scientific research during the hard conditions of coronavirus, which demands avoiding students from entering the university campus.

The director of the library, Prof. Omar al-Ghoul, explained that the process of remote lending of books in the library will be done by finding the books on the library shelves by employees, completing the lending process, and delivering books to students within 24 hours of submitting the lending application through the e-mail below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeCSFXDwUGePTHlnsUljZSPot4DZpquTe1jkJKRXgcD-vuGyw/viewform

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The President of the University, Prof. Zeidan Kafafi, patronized launching the YouTube channel of al-Hussein bin Talal Library , which aims at strengthening the library’s interaction with the community and enhancing its excellence and leadership in such a field. Kafafi explained that this step is part of the library’s holistic project and strategy to consolidating the role of the library and its involvement in the university’s cumulative vision. Kafafi added that al-Hussein bin Talal Library is doing its best to help the university maintain the communication with the local community, as evident in the series of seminars and dialogue meetings organized by the library on campus or online.

The director of the library, Prof. Omar al-Ghoul said that launching the library channel on YouTube is part of the library’s services for students and researchers. Regarding the usage of the channel, he mentioned that it is necessary, for instance, to broadcast an introductory program on how to access the library’s databases without being in need to visit the campus. Also, it is necessary to broadcast the videos and films of the series of meetings and dialogue seminars organized by the library.

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The Director of the Department of Public Relations and Media at Yarmouk University, Mr. Mukhles Al-Ebbini, announced the publication of the 12th issue of Yarmouk Newsletter electronically. Pointing out that publishing this issue embodies the department's keenness to continue communicating with the community, Al-Ebbini mentioned that the 12th issue celebrates the university's achievements at the academic, scientific and administrative levels during the Coronavirus-based hardships of the university as well as the entire nation. Al-Ebbini then stated that issuing the newsletter electronically reduces the expenses of printing and that it should make the Newsletter accessible for a broader audience from inside and outside the university.

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