• Microsoft Will Support The Moldovan Educational Institutions With Information Technologies

    Microsoft Will Support The Moldovan Educational Institutions With Information Technologies
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    29 September 2020 | 19:50
    A Microsoft Press Release announced an agreement with the Ministry of Education, Culture, and Research of Moldova, which will support Moldova’s education system in using the most innovative information technologies. The institutions signed a Memorandum of Understanding on September 25. Thus the Moldovan educational institutions will gain access to Office 365 A1, interactive platforms for teachers’ training, and support in implementing the distance learning and mixed model.

    The signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding took place online in the presence of Mr. Igor Sharov, Minister of Education, Culture and Research of Moldova; Anne Coleman-Honn, Head of the Department of Politics and Economics, Embassy of the United States of America in Moldova; David Chiaberashvili, Education and Business Development Manager, Microsoft, and Albena Spasova, Microsoft’s Education Manager; and Corneliu Ciorici, Head of the Information and Communications Technology Service, Ministry of Education, Culture, and Research of Moldova.

    On behalf of the Moldovan Government, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, and the pedagogical community of Moldova, Mr. Sharov expressed his gratitude to Microsoft for its openness and commitment to supporting the education system in the country, especially during this pandemic. He underlined the difficult times for education worldwide.

    “The key element in this partnership is that we will be able to use various training platforms, which can be accessed for free. We will give access to all students and teachers to benefit from this invaluable support. It is important to mention that together with Microsoft, we will facilitate the identification of resources and teaching tools in Romanian that can be integrated as local resources on digital platforms in our country”, said the official.

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