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Delegates from UNESCO IITE, ALECSO, COL, and More Explore NetDragon's Changele Headquarters

On August 22, Asha S. Kanwar, Chair of the Governing Board of the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (UNESCO IITE) and President and CEO of the Commonwealth of Learning (COL), along with Mohamed Jemni, Vice Chair of UNESCO IITE and Director of ICT Department at the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO), Natalia Amelina, Senior National Project Officer in Education and Chief of the Unit of Teacher Professional Development and Networking at UNESCO IITE, and Galina Udayadas, Programme Assistant to the Unit of Teacher Professional Development and Networking at UNESCO IITE, visited NetDragon's headquarters in Changle District. They received a warm welcome from NetDragon’s Chairman Liu Dejian, as well as Chen Hong and Lin Fan, and engaged in a seminar.

During the meeting, discussions were held on how to expand market collaboration opportunities with Commonwealth countries and Arabic-speaking Middle Eastern nations.

Additionally, comprehensive information sharing and exchanges were conducted regarding the promotion of the "E-Library for Teachers" platform in target countries. Concrete collaboration possibilities with ALECSO and COL-covered regions were also explored, and a consensus was reached during the meeting.

It is noteworthy that in July 2022, UNESCO IITE and NetDragon jointly launched the "E-Library for Teachers" platform. This platform empowers educators with advanced digital resources and AI-based educational solutions, enabling global teacher capacity building and facilitating quality and equitable education. International organizations and corporations including COL, ALECSO, Go-Lab Initiative, and Autodesk have become official partners of this project. As influential global cultural and educational entities, COL covers 56 countries including the UK, Australia, and Canada, while ALECSO covers 22 countries including the United Arab Emirates, the Tunisian Republic, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Previously, the Global Smart Education Conference 2023 was held in Beijing. In his concluding remarks at the closing ceremony, Liu Dejian expressed NetDragon's commitment to conducting research that contributes to human education, by combining the rapid development of digital technology with the profound transformation of global education. The aspiration is for quality education and lifelong learning to be offered as a shared interest and human right, equally accessible to people around the world!

Amidst the ongoing advancement of intelligent technology, teacher professional development and learning environments are poised for a new round of intelligent upgrades. Against this backdrop, NetDragon is actively promoting collaboration with various international organizations, engaging in deep partnerships globally, and offering high-quality, efficient educational solutions and products to countries, thereby making beneficial explorations for the advancement and innovation of global education.


UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (UNESCO IITE)

The UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (UNESCO IITE) was established as an integral part of UNESCO by the General Conference of UNESCO at its 29th session (November 1997) and is located in Moscow, Russian Federation. IITE is the only UNESCO category 1 Institute that holds a global mandate for ICT in education.

In line with the new Education 2030 Agenda, IITE has developed its strategic priority areas to meet new demands and tasks ahead. The mission of IITE in the new era is promoting the innovative use of ICT and serving as facilitator and enabler for achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) through ICT-enabled solutions and best practices.


Commonwealth of Learning (COL)

The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) was established in 1987 by Commonwealth Heads of Government to create and widen access to opportunities for learning, making use of the potential offered by distance education and by the application of communication technologies to education. COL is the world’s only intergovernmental organization solely concerned with the promotion and development of distance education and open learning.

COL’s greatest impact is in supporting efforts to provide Commonwealth citizens greater access to quality education and training through open, distance and technology-enabled learning, thereby allowing them to benefit from improved livelihoods, greater gender equity and overall economic, social and cultural development leading to sustainable development.


Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO)

The Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO) is a Tunis-based specialized institution working under the umbrella of the League of Arab States. It is essentially concerned with the development and coordination of the activities related to education, culture and sciences in the Arab World. It was established by virtue of Article 3 of the Arab Cultural Unity Charter, and was officially announced in Cairo on July 25, 1970. As stated in Article One of its Constitution, ALECSO was established with the aim of promoting Arab intellectual unity through education, culture and sciences, and enhancing the educational, cultural and scientific level in the Arab World so that it can positively contribute to universal civilization.