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Conference in Petrozavodsk is devoted to development of information technologies in municipal education

PETROZAVODSK, May 23. /Correspondent of SPB-TASS Sergey Kulikayev/. Conference in the field of informatization of municipal education has begun in the capital of Karelia. Representatives of bodies of the government, municipal formations of Russia, science, private enterprises working in sphere of information technologies take part in it.

As the mayor of Petrozavodsk Victor Maslyakov has told the SPB-TASS correspondent, representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation, experts in the field of information technologies and e-government of the city of Potsdam and Ludvigslut area (Germany) participate in the conference. Among the conference participants there are also experts from Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Saratov, Nizhni Novgorod, Great Novgorod, Tikhvin, Murmansk.

Three municipal formations of Russia have been chosen for implementation of projects on introduction and use of the newest telecommunication technologies in their territories. Petrozavodsk, alongside with Tolyatti and Bratsk, became the participant of the e-Russia federal target program. Today all Petrozavodsk schools are provided with computer classes and modern equipment where pupils use Internet resources. Free-of-charge Internet centers for the population were opened in libraries of the capital of Karelia within the scope of the e-Petrozavodsk project.

Within three days participants of conference will discuss development of information technologies in public health services and social protection of the population, in the field of environment preservation and ecology, geoinformation systems in the city management, in the field of education and social partnership.

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