On Friday, March 11, 2016, the Embassy of the United States of America hosted a luncheon in Ouagadougou for 11 E-Teacher Program Scholars who completed 10-week on-line courses in English teaching methodology during 2015. The E-Teacher Program is funded by the US Department of State through its Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and locally administered through the US Embassy, Ouagadougou. The on-line courses are taught by the University of Oregon (USA) and provide innovative on-line teaching programs to educators all over the world that expose them to the latest methods and techniques for teaching English as a second or foreign language. E-Teacher participants also gain invaluable experience with technologies used in distance learning and have rich exchanges not only with American professors but with educators from around the globe. These Burkinabe educators received certificates and a set of books provided by the University of Oregon treating themes of using Internet and other technologies in English teaching.