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Russian centers of Slovakia exchanged experience on working online

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Russian centers of Slovakia exchanged experience on working online


24.04.2020


On April 23, 2020, an online conference of the Russian centers of Slovakia was held. It was attended by employees of the Russian Center of Presov University, the Russian Center of the European Foundation for Slavic Writing and Culture in Bratislava, as well as the director of the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Bratislava Inna Kuznetsova.

The leaders and methodologists of the Russian centers shared their experience of switching to working online. Each participant spoke about the audience and events of the center, they also discussed the possibilities of cooperation. In addition, the Bratislava Russian Center shared its experience in conducting online Russian courses.

The meeting was also attended by Victoria Aleshkina, an RSL teacher from Tula State University, who told the audience about the upcoming webinar for teachers of the Russian language.

Gabriela Turisova, Presov

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