Riga, Latvia (May 17, 2016) -- The Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Working Group, sponsored by the Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) met from 25 - 27 April 2016 in Riga, Latvia. The Latvian National Defence Academy hosted over 40 Advanced Distributed Learning experts from 15 countries.
The group reviewed the current state-of-the-art e-learning technologies and implementation practices as part of an ongoing effort to assist partner nations in adopting these technologies. Attendees shared their countries best practices, and discussed opportunities for growth and cooperation.
“We are here today to represent our nations and institutions in a joint effort to integrate interested NATO and PfP nations into the ADL community of practice and assist developing their own national e-learning capabilities. We come from 15 different countries, we have different backgrounds, but the PfP Consortium is a unique organization – it promotes friendship and unites us to work towards a common goal“, said Greta Keremidchieva, Chairperson of the Advanced Distributed Learning Working Group
The worshop continues the long term objective of integration of NATO and Partnership for Peace (PfP) nations into the ADL community of practice and, and to invision clearer paths ahead for the development of national e-learning capabilities. The ADL working group will conduct its next workshop in partnership with the Georgian Ministry of Defense from 14-18 November, 2016 in Tbilisi, Georgia.