Technology transfer agreements should be consistent with the principles and guidelines established by the Departmental Manual and may enter into technology transfer agreements with any entity, including: federal legislation provides for a large number of agreements and instruments that allow federal authorities to cooperate with other federal and non-federal agencies, including for-profit industrial organisations. They shall also, where necessary, protect new knowledge and scientific/technical information against disclosure, including the intellectual property interests of the cooperating Parties. Dr. Al-Malki is an assistant professor and has been working at Rustaq College of Education since 2007. She received a PhD in Education from Griffith University, Australia. Their interests lie in the field of assessment, teaching strategies and the integration of technology into the classroom. She currently teaches university and school courses, English courses (ELT) and language skills for primary school students. Offices and offices may also use, where appropriate, a combination of the types of technology transfer agreements mentioned above. Different offices are more likely to use different types of agreements. This matrix identifies the differences between different types of agreements. Federal authorities may use technology transfer agreements to share, exchange, transfer, obtain and/or use information, knowledge, facilities and materials with other companies, to the extent required by law.
These agreements include: Summary: Technological progress has given rise to a number of tools for language learning. Quizlet, a language learning tool, aims to help students learn vocabulary. This study aims to investigate the impact of quizlet on learning English vocabulary for foreign languages (EFL) at Rustaq College of Education, Sultanate of Oman. Concretely, this study answers a research question: how does the use of quizlet affect the vocabulary learning of EFL primary school students at Rustaq College of Education in Oman? Primary school students were exposed to a series of quizlet learning games that contained themes from their compulsory curriculum. Within it, they learned a number of vocabulary individually and collaboratively….