CNED

AcronymDefinition
CNEDCentre National d'Enseignement À Distance french: National Center of Long-Distance Learning)
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I taught the course in Lyon and in several neighbouring universities, again wrote it down for the CNED and published several articles.
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For instance, while the contributors of Frameworks often emphasize the relevance of French thinkers in Framean studies, French critics acknowledge only very rarely the existence of Frameworks in the 2011 Publibook volume on The Lagoon and Other Stories and not at all in the CNED monograph on Frame's debut fiction.
The National Fund of Equipment for Development (CNED), which mission consists on accompanying the bodies in charge of achieving large-scale projects, had signalled several shortcomings in the completion of such projects, due to non control of costs, inappropriate sites and slowness of works pace, causing delays in delivery and re-estimation of costs.
As part of a project to investigate cultural significance in the field of distance learning through communication with international experts, I interviewed Peter Mortimer, a British national living in France working as a project manager for the French Governmental Institute for Distance Education (CNED).