26.05.2017 | 
Education
NEW CLASSROOM FOR TELECONFERENCES AND DISTANCE LEARNING
NEW CLASSROOM FOR TELECONFERENCES AND DISTANCE LEARNING
Today, YSU Faculty of Radiophysics and Information Technology Education and Research Centre opened the teleconference and distance learning classroom.

The event was attended by Vice-rectors Alexander Grigoryan, Ruben Markosyan, Ararat Malkhasyan, deans, lecturers and representatives of Armenian National Polytechnic University and the European Regional Academy.

 

Representatives of foreign education institutions were also present at the opening ceremony of the classroom provided with all necessary modern equipment. The event was in the frames of the EU “Erasmus +” educational program and educational modules in Microelectronics “DOCMEN”.

 

Scientific Supervisor of ITERC Samvel Shukuryan presented colleagues the program, which is being developed within the framework of active cooperation between the partner universities.

 

“The technological equipment for the studies in the field of Microelectronics is an important component, so the classroom will not only enable us to organize and participate in teleconferences with our partners, but also to conduct adequate training through new technologies,” - said Mr. Shukuryan.

 

YSU Vice-rector on Academic Affairs Alexander Grigoryan said that the classroom is important both for the above mentioned faculty and ITERC: “I think more equipped classrooms should be at Yerevan State University.”

 

Then the participants were introduced to the possibilities of the Internet-enabled electronic whiteboard.

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