Haiti - Education : A digital campus
"This donation from the University of Moncton will provide both the tools and educational resources. We stand in solidarity with the Haitian people. As demonstrated by the Acadie-Haiti Partnership, Acadie whole is in solidarity with the Haitian people. This gesture is our way to express once again our solidarity as we did with our students and students of Haiti following the earthquake last year", said the president adding that "This project is a way for us to express once again our solidarity with the people of Haiti, as we did last winter, helping our Haitians students after the earthquake."
The location and the details surrounding the realization of the project of Francophone Digital Campus in Haiti, still remain to be specified.
Learn more about the Francophone digital campus
The Francophone Digital Campus (CNF) were created by the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie to promote and develop information technology and communications universities in the South, with the ultimate goal of making university activity, scientific and academic, more accessible worldwide.
It includes classrooms where students and professional can take distance learning courses and resources for teachers. These points of access to information for the consultation at a subsidized price of large international databases and control of primary documents, scientific papers (all online) and access to physical documentation. They are centers of access to information allowing the consultation at price subsidized of large international databases and the order for primary education documents, of scientific articles (the whole on line), as well as the access to a physical documentation.
The digital campus also offers material of videoconference and telephony making it possible to organize conferences, courses and, inter alia, of defenses of memory.
Learn more about the role of the Francophone digital campus
The Francophone digital campuses offer more than a set of technical resources. It is a sharing of knowledge and know-how, in the associative spirit which guides the AUF since its creation in 1961.
By networking all of CNF, the AUF provides member institutions a powerful tool of sharing and capitalization of experiences, facilitating the structuring of the # pedagogical and scientific offer, the exchanges and the implementation of projects distributed. The network of CNF is thus both: