Within the framework of
„International Week of Science
and Innovations“, the Deputy Minister of Education and Science
of Georgia Tamaz Marsagishvili opened the conference on the topic: "Microsoft-s innovations in higher
education in 2015”.
At the conference, in which along with
invited guests, rectors, chancellors, quality control managers, technical
managers and in general, managers, decision-makers of the universities
participated, discussions touched on modern technologies.
Presentations were made in several areas for
those to whom technologies is tool to make effective changes in the education.
Together with partners, company representatives talked about the latest
technologies and educational programs with examples of world’ successful
integrations. They also discussed what the strategies are for introduction of
technologies in modern education in terms are and what are the possibilities
for Georgian universities.
Microsoft, which represents the world s
leading software and service producing company, has active cooperation with
educational institutions all over the world. Innovative approaches that have
been developed by Microsoft and its partners facilitate increase of the
institutional effectiveness in the tens of thousands of educational organizations
in terms of teaching, research and administration processes.