UNESCO praises Saudi Arabia’s achievements in e-education governance globally

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The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has praised the achievements of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in e-education governance, through its “Guide to measuring information and communication technologies (ICT) in education,” reported the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

The guide noted that National E-Learning Center is an example to be followed at the international level through its support and development of governance procedures in the electronic education and training sector.

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In its publication, the UNESCO cited the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s model of quality control and confidence in e-learning through the e-learning standards launched by the National E-Learning Centre for educational institutions in public and higher education institutions.

The publication also reviewed mechanisms for e-learning governance, referring to the Kingdom’s efforts as a qualitative model, in collaboration with several leading countries in this regard.

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