• Applying electronic education on an experimental basis by developing some electronic courses as a model to be followed by some faculties (3 courses in different faculties).
  • Running courses and workshops for the instructors and students of the University by specialized institutions to illustrate the concept of Electronic Education and its importance and the methods of preparing and developing materials.
  • Infrastructure: this can be secured by:
    1. Preparing qualified personnel
    2. Providing fast communication channels.
    3. Preparing high-capacity equipment
  • Making use of courses and materials previously used at Philadelphia University: the UNESCO Platform and Avicenna Moodle.
  • Making use of government and private sectors' offers (a computer for every teacher and student).
  • Attracting international specialized companies for accrediting Avicenna Center as a specialized center for preparing and developing electronic course materials.
  • Including Information Technology in teaching by using of Interactive Whiteboard and Teaching Administration Systems.
  • Forming a council for the Center from all faculties to participate in designing its plans and programs.
  • Putting in use the equipment and software which the UNESCO offered to Avicenna Center for the benefit of the blind.