TITLE

Network links US, Russia and China

AUTHOR(S)
Howells, Jan
PUB. DATE
March 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;Mar2004, p15
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The U.S. National Science Foundation is joining forces with a broad consortium of Russian ministries and science organisations, as well as the Chinese Academy of Sciences, to create the first round-the-world computer network. Apart from scientific projects, the three countries plan to use the network for e-learning collaborations in schools and universities, including shared seminars and distance learning programmes. This network serves as a physical and symbolic reminder of our common goal of solving problems and building a world of peace and prosperity.
ACCESSION #
12511152

 

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