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National conference on Tunisian-Swiss e-learning co-operation programme.

SOUSSE (TAP) - A national conference for the assessment of Tunisian-Swiss e-learning co-operation programme, "Coselearn," was held on Saturday in Sousse, at the local university's initiative, under chairmanship of Higher Education and Scientific Research Minister RefaEot ChaEobouni, with attendance of Swiss and Tunisian academics and experts. The Coselearn programme was launched in 2005 and was crowned by the graduation of 17 students, in addition to 11 others who earned international e-learning diplomas. The second phase started in 2008 with four scheduled sessions for the benefit of 500 students, 202 of whom have already graduated. This Tunisian-Swiss co-operation programme benefited of an important project financed by the International Labour Board consisting in training one thousand students from Sousse, Jendouba, Gafsa and Kairouan universities in the field of initiative and investment. On the occasion, chief of Coselearn programme Bernard Comby laid emphasis on the Tunisian students' keen interest in this educational method, pointing out that 43 excellent distinctions and 50 first-class honours have been awarded. The conference was an occasion to present the Coselearn programme's students with their e-learning diplomas.

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Publication:Agency Tunis Afrique Press
Geographic Code:6TUNI
Date:Jun 11, 2011
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