Five major Lebanese universities signed the Technology Cooperation Agreement for Research and Education at a signing ceremony at the American University of Beirut, Wednesday, May 30, 2018. (The Daily Star/HO)
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Five local universities signed a technology cooperation agreement that connects researchers and students locally and internationally, allowing them to collaborate on projects and share knowledge, a statement from the American University of Beirut announced Wednesday. The Technology Cooperation Agreement for Research and Education, or TechCARE, was signed Monday on AUB's campus and got the signature of five established higher education institutions in Lebanon – AUB, Saint Joseph University, the Lebanese American University, the Beirut Arab University and the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik.Eduroam, a service that allows students to access the network of other universities using their own university credentials, is already being offered between universities involved in education networks within the agreement.
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