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The use of media languages can not only open new communication ways, but also help societies, present and future, to demolish old and new barriers. This if the media languages are supported by an adequate preparation and by adopting formative strategies and appropriate tools. The article presents the results of the analysis of the component 4 of the MEDA-ETE project. This is a European project addressed to ten Arabic countries of the Mediterranean area, that has the overall aim of dynamizing the economic and social wellness of the whole region involved. The component 4, in the form of an e-learning course to train the trainers, has the goal of promoting collaboration and cooperation at a national and regional level among the involved countries.


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Gallo, E. (2009). E-learning in the Mediterranean area: the MEDA-ETE project. Journal of E-Learning and Knowledge Society, 4(2).