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E-learning at the United Nations Institute for Training and Research

The United Nations Institute for Training and Research has close to a decade of experience on e-Learning or technology-enhanced learning activities. It started offering a number of courses in the field of public finance and trade.
As demand increased, it expanded its catalogue adding courses on multilateral diplomacy, environmental law, and intellectual property law.

Technology-enhanced learning activities continue to grow at UNITAR, as established in its Strategic Plan 2010-2012. In 2010 the Institute delivered over 170 courses, expanding language coverage and new subjects areas such as peacekeeping, ICT skills, sustainable urbanization, and knowledge management.

The expansion of online courses also supports UNITAR’s commitment to the United Nations carbon-neutrality policy. This delivery modality reduces CO2 emissions associated to the Institute’s training activities.

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