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UMS Psychology And Education Faculty Sets Up e-Bulletin, TSC

Last update: 06/12/2017
KOTA KINABALU, Dec 6 (Bernama) -- The Psychology and Education Faculty of Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) has set up a TESL (Teaching of English As a Second Language) Service Centre (TSC) and e-Bulletin to facilitate the dissemination of information to the outside community.

UMS vice chancellor Prof Datuk Dr D Kamarudin D Mudin said with the e-Bulletin, all information about the excellence of the faculty could be channelled online and faster.

"I'm confident the outside community will be more inspired in the faculty with this easy channelling of information while students can contribute knowledge gained in the field of TESL to the community, thereby enhancing their competency in the use of English," he said at the launch of the centre here today.

His text of speech was read by deputy vice chancellor (Research and Innovation) Prof Dr Shahril Yusof.

During the function, the Faculty of Psychology and Education, through the Social Health and Research and Unit, also launched the Social Health and Psychology Journal (JPsiKS).

D Kamarudin said the publication of the journal was another benchmark that the Social Health and Research Unit, established since 2000, has attained a better level to produce high quality research.