Wednesday,17 October, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1366, (26 October - 1 November 2017)
Wednesday,17 October, 2018
Issue 1366, (26 October - 1 November 2017)

Ahram Weekly

Digital education for children

Digital education for children
Digital education for children

The American University in Cairo
Oriental Hall
Al-Sheikh Rihan St, off Tahrir Square, Tel 02 2615 2694/012 80009077
Sun 29-Thurs 2, 10am-3pm: “The Pop-Up Bookstore,” thousands of titles in limited quantities, in a broad variety of subject categories. All books are 60% off.

French Cultural Centre
Heliopolis, Masr Al-Gedida, Tel 02 2417 4824
Mon 30, 7.30pm: Part of the Egyptian Heritage Project In French, is a seminar on discovering the sport of diving in the Red Sea. Discussant at the seminar is French diver Alain Gentils who will share with the audience his experiences and knowledge in this respect (The seminar is in French).

Greater Cairo Library 15, Mohamed Mazhar St, Zamalek, Tel 02 2736 2278
Sat 28, 6pm: “Intellectual Property Rights In Non-Printed Materials,” seminar features professors Amany Megahed and Mohamed Hossam Lofty.

El Sawy Culture wheel
End of 26th of July St, underneath the 15th of May Bridge, Zamalek, Tel 02 2736 8881/6178/2737 4448
Word Hall
Sat 28, 6pm: “Digital Education for Children,” the seminar discusses how to raise a digital citizen beware of their rights and digital responsibility? How to protect your child from the misuse of technology? Internet controls for the use of children and how do families assist their children in Screen-time Management?.
Sun 29, 6pm: “How to protect yourself from breast and cervical cancer,” General information about cancer and the knowhow of its preventive measures. What is the meaning of the concept of cancer early detection? Breast self-checking and early detection of breast and cervical cancer. An open discussion features Gynecologist  Azza Ali Nasr.

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Chatby, Alexandria 21526, Tel (03) 4839999
Small Hall
Thurs 26, Thurs 2, 2pm: “Hellenistic Diploma (Tenth Cycle - First Semester) - An Introduction to Greek Culture,” this course aims to introduce the Greek culture as a whole to the students.
Thurs 26, Fri 27, Sat 28, 9am: “Young People’s Library Parents Programme,” the BA Young People’s Library is organizing sessions for all parents and teachers who deal with teenagers.
Sat 28, 4pm: “Hellenistic Masters (Ninth Cycle - First Semester) - The Influence of the Alexandria School of Philosophy on Islamic Philosophy,” this course aims to explore how sciences from the ancient school of Alexandria travelled to the Islamic world and how the Arabs managed to attain the sciences of Alexandria and the translation movement.
Mon 29-Wed 31, 1pm: “Learn Arabic Calligraphy – Level One,” this course is organized by the BA Manuscripts Centre.
Tues 30, 9pm: “Cancer Awareness Seminar: New Trends in Cancer Research,” the seminar aims to raise the public’s awareness of cancer and encourage its early detection and prevention.
Tues 30, 1pm: “World Architectural Festival 2017,” a seminar about how Egypt joined the final list of the International Architectural Festival features Eng. Hamdi Al-Sotohy and Eng. Seif Allah Abul-Naga.

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