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New Project in Southern Europe Focus on ICTs in Education

26-06-2003 (Paris)
11 countries, mostly from Southern Europe are participating in a project entitled "ICTs for the development of education and the construction of a knowledge society" that was recently launched by the Moscow based UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE).
The countries participating in the project are Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovenia and Turkey.

Main activities of the project are the organization of high-level thematic seminars, for example on ICTs in distance education and on multimedia in education as well as training activities, for example retraining of school educators on ICT application in secondary education.

The project includes also an expert meeting on indicators of ICT application in education and analytical survey on ICTs in history education, on ICTs in distance education and on ICTs in technical and vocational education and training.

IITE is an autonomous Institute, forming an integral part of UNESCO. It's aim is to contribute to the design and implementation of programmes in regard to ICT application in education.
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      · Bosnia and Herzegovina: News Archives
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      · Croatia: News Archives
      · Romania: News Archives
      · Serbia: News Archives 2003
      · The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia : News Archives
      · ICT in Education: News Archives 2003
      · Albania: News Archives
      · Greece: News Archives
      · Republic of Moldova: News Archives
      · Slovenia: News Archives
      · Turkey: News Archives
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