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Geneva  | 
29 May 2006 to 30 May 2006
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Given the wide geographic distribution of diplomatic services, online
learning is the natural answer to the training needs of diplomats, bridging
the limitations of space and time and connecting people over great
distances. Decision makers must address a number of practical questions in
order to introduce meaningful online training programmes to their
ministries. This process involves the need to resolve institutional issues,
solve technical problems, and manage cultural changes. This workshop
provided practical guidance for the introduction of effective,
learner-centred, and relevant online learning programmes for diplomats.

Given the wide geographic distribution of diplomatic services, online
learning is the natural answer to the training needs of diplomats, bridging
the limitations of space and time and connecting people over great
distances. Decision makers must address a number of practical questions in
order to introduce meaningful online training programmes to their
ministries. This process involves the need to resolve institutional issues,
solve technical problems, and manage cultural changes. This workshop
provided practical guidance for the introduction of effective,
learner-centred, and relevant online learning programmes for diplomats.

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