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RUDN University opens online courses for RSL teachers

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RUDN University opens online courses for RSL teachers


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Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (PFUR or RUDN) has introduced an educational digital library and online courses for teachers and staff of Russian schools abroad. More than five hundred people from thirty countries have already taken courses, RIA Novosti reports.

The electronic library has digitized and electronic textbooks, online courses, multimedia resources with cultural and educational content in Russian. According to the developers, the uniqueness of the site is in its accessibility - you can use the library materials from anywhere in the world, and it is not required to register on the website. 

Online courses are released in two areas – online teaching and Russian culture. The service is appreciated by more than five hundred people from the USA, Canada, Italy, South Korea, the CIS and Baltic countries, and dozens of other states. The courses help teachers working abroad to learn about the latest educational technologies in Russian and use them in the classroom.

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