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Tripoli-Minister of Education, Dr Othman Abduljelil discussed with the German ambassador to Libya promotion of cooperation between the two countries in education and scientific research. The minister briefed the ambassador on the ministry's plan to introduce digital teaching programme for first primary years of education and transform the curriculum from textbooks into digital format and provide pupils with tablets as well as smart blackboards. The minister also said there is a need to link university colleges with closed circuit so that lectures can be presented into more than just one faculty at the same time. He said the programme primarily targets faculties of medicine in order to improve medical education. The minister also stressed the need to improve technical education and link its institutions in Libya with their counterparts in Germany. The ambassador for his part underlined his country's keen interest to support all programmes and projects in Libya.
Source: Libya News Agency