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SIVECO Romania sustains the integration of Romanian school in eEurope

Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Bucharest, 10th of March 2004

No country can afford to ignore the progresses made by using informational and communication technologies in education field.

The eEurope action plan for 2005, launched at Bruxelles in 2002, established the goals regarding the evolution and development of computer aided learning, and set norms and directions for all members and candidates. Among the mile stones of this project we can mention the following: defining and launching a unitary European eLearning program which can co-ordinate eLearning projects, at European and national level, for every member or candidate thus helping the collaboration regarding the transfer of best practices and support priority areas, the access of key institutions in eLearning field (schools, universities, museums, libraries) to rapid data transfer and to Internet resources , the designing of virtual campuses with rapid access to educational resources for students and professors are other goals to be achieved during eEurope program until 2005.

The Educational IT-Based System was initiated by the Group for IT Promotion in the summer of 2001 and implemented by an IT consortium made up by HP, IBM and SIVECO Romania

SEI sustains the objective of the educational reform, in accordance with the eEurope strategy elaborated by the European Commission. It is also part of the European eLearning strategy.

SEI is a complex, long-term program, involving many human and material resources.

The change of the undergraduate educational system aimed by the education reform has to be a progmatic one, capable to change structuraly the quality of education and the level of knoledge of young generation.

"The main objectives of SEI program are the development of learning capabilities named "learning by doing" and the development of analytical thinking among students.

This projects enables to support the teaching/learning process by using high technology tools compatible whith the current level of educational systems used everywhere in the world. The growth of general IT knowledge level among teachers and students ease the learning process, stimulates creativity and competition, develops problem solving, finding and using information capabilities and team work abilities. The gradual of traditional learning methods to the new technologies is made by software based didactical materials and tools that can not be found in all schools" declares Irina Socol, General Manager of SIVECO Romania, the integrator of SEI Program.

The implementation of SEI program proves that Romania understood an extremely important fact : " Europe's future, economy and society, are being formed in classrooms of today, which can be real laboratories for research, formation, development and structuring of tomorrow's society. Today's students and pupils have to be very well prepared professionally as well as very well informed. Tomorrow's specialists in every field have to be familiar with IT technology if they are to take part in a constructive and efficient way to the development of tomorrow's knowledge society", says Traian Ionescu, the manager for SEI Program from RMERY.

The Educational IT-Based System was initiated by the Group for IT Promotion in the summer of 2001 and implemented by an IT consortium made up by HP, IBM and SIVECO Romania

SEI sustains the objective of the educational reform, in accordance with the eEurope strategy elaborated by the European Commission. It is also part of the European eLearning strategy.

SEI is a complex, long-term program, involving many human and material resources.