|2003-11-08||Central Asia. 12 participants from Central Asia participate on DLNET Training course in Almaty organized by DLNet consortium »»|
|2003-09-18||Central Asia. 100 pages analytical report has been prepared under the implementation of a joint Strengthening of the Development of distance Learning Networks in Central Asia of UNESCO Office Almaty and ITTE Moscow Office. Developed withing the framework of UNESCO cross-cutting project "Higher Education Learning Knowledge Base for Decision Makers" by special work group of focal point ITTE UNESCO in Kyrgyz Republic - International University of Kyrgyzstan. |
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|2003-08-12||Kazakhstan. In the framework of the DLNet consortium opened new website of the Republican Center of Education System Informatisation of the Republic of Kazakhstan »»|
|2003-05-15||Russia. For already five years a Distance Education testing has been held in Russia. Education through Internet and TV is the cheapest one which at the same time allows to receive diploma of prestigious higher education institute. For additional informaiton see: http://www.ok.kz/ara/unesco
|2003-04-18||Kazakhstan. DLNet news module testing under contract with Alumni Research Association.
|2003-04-17||Central Asia. DLNet consortium created the project website. Information concerning partners and collaborative activities. »»|
|2003-03-29||Central Asia. Libraries, archives, information services and networks are essential components of any strategy aiming at improving information access, both for the public at large and for specialized clienteles. UNESCO has contributed to the reinforcement of these types of services since its creation. The development of information technologies, more particularly the Internet, has created a completely new environment
in which the role of traditional information services must be deeply revised. The potential of networking, cooperation and digitization modify substantially the functions of acquiring, storing and disseminating information and knowledge. In this respect, special attention should be paid to least developed countries
so that they do not stay behind technological advances.
During past 10 years a number of leading universities in the Central Asia show sustainable interest in the establishment and development of the distance learning networks, as well as the introduction of Information and Communication technologies (ICT) into the educational process. Based on existing ITTE infrastructure of the national focal points in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan UNESCO Cluster Office Almaty concluded agreement with Moscow ITTE Office, with aim to expand the network. »»
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