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WHAT: Major event in online learning. European Commission Flagship Project Open Discovery Space unveils the brand new ODS Portal, a revolutionary online learning system. WHEN: 20th of June WHERE: Ellinogermaniki Agogi premises in Pallini, Athens, Greece WHO: The event is aimed at teachers, policy makers, content providers and press/ media personnel. Key Note Speakers: Mr.… » read more

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Recently this month of May, it was announced that BiblioTech is to launch the world’s first paperless public library this summer in Bexar Country, Texas. The low cost but big ambitons initiative will be located in a relatively poor district of San Antonio’s South Side; where the existence of a bookshop let alone a library… » read more

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Open Discovery Space was presented at the “Learning Innovations and Quality (LINQ) 2013” conference at the prestigious location of the Global Headquarters of the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Rome. A variety of prominent figures important to the fields of technology-enhanced learning, open educational resources, and vocational education in Europe and worldwide… » read more

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Society is rapidly becoming more modernised, with advances being made on a frequent basis. New discoveries and technologies are being successfully assimilated into our daily lives. In particular Information Communication Technology has permitted us to connect on a more broader scale with other people within a globalised world. Education technology has allowed teachers and students… » read more

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Recently this week of May, The TEL Map European Project funded by the European Commission, launched a survey documenting and detailing potential measures to improve supported innovative learning practices. TEL Map is a coordination and support programme under the ‘Technology Enhanced Learning programme. The idea of the project is to explore new initiatives in learning,… » read more

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Recently this April, the publication of The Rose Report led by Sir Jim Rose, former director of inspection for Ofsted, concluded that Information Communication Technology should be placed at the forefront of the United Kingdom primary school curriculum. It has been proposed that communication technology should be placed on the same pedestal of the main… » read more

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