Azerbaijani education ministry launches Data-centre
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 11 / Trend , J.Babayeva/
The Azerbaijani Education Ministry launched Data-centre on June 11.
The centre was established as part of the State Program on infomatization of the education system in 2008-2012.
The centre occupied an important place in informatization of Azerbaijan's education sector, Education Minister Misir Mardanov said at the opening ceremony. "The system will cover over 7,000 educational institutions. Of them, only 200 have been included in the system," the minister said.
The centre is a storage place of the informational educational resources, as well as "point of access" to Internet in the Azerbaijani education network. A special
The Center is a place for storing educational information resources, as well as "access point" on the Internet in the Azerbaijani educational network. A special protective grid has been installed in the centre, as well as all the technical conditions have been created for 24-hour back-up and operation of all types of equipment.
All school computers will be managed directly via the center, which will substantially increase the level of maintenance of computers. There will also be possible to conduct a web conference and electronic educational resources will be deployed. There is e-card of Azerbaijani schools in the centre. Via this resource, which is open to the public through the Internet, it will be possible to obtain all necessary information about the schools.
Thanks to the centre, the education field will be open for the public, the Communications and Information Technology Minister Ali Abbasov said. "The centre is integrated," Abbasov said.
There are 4,000 secondary schools in Azerbaijan. Over 200,000 teachers work in the country's all educational institutions.