An International seminar on the uses of television in education opened last week in Niamey.?
An International seminar on the uses of television in education opened last week in Niamey. Representatives of Canada and the Ivory Coast attended the meeting, and El Salvador sent an observer. The seminar was conducted under the aegis of the Cultural and Technical Co-operation Agency of French-speaking countries.
The seminar follows similar meetings organised by the Agency on books and the cinema (Senegal), tourism and crafts (Tunisia) and civil service (Togo). The Agency's general conference takes place in Canada later this year.
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