The Global Learning Objects Brokered Exchange (GLOBE) is an international consortium that strives to make shared online learning resources available to educators and students around the world. The consortium provides a distributed network of learning objects that meet quality standards. GLOBE aims to connect the world and unlock the ‘deep web’ of quality online educational resources through brokering relationships with content providers >>>
Examples of COTS (Commercial Off The Shelf) games being used for curriculum-based learning. These games are designed purely for entertainment, and not for learning or teaching. By compiling these examples, we show that such games are being used in schools and colleges by teachers and other educators, as part of curriculum-based learning >>>
The Library of Congress will provide approximately $700,000 over three years to Stanford in support of CLOCKSS, a collaborative initiative between publishers, librarians and universities to create a large-scale archive that will serve as a fail-safe repository for published digital scholarly content >>>
le studentesse e gli studenti - selezionati tra oltre seicento - che hanno partecipato al programma "Lavorare nella PA", promosso da I.Re.F. in collaborazione con USR e IRRE Lombardia e con molte università lombarde.
eGovernment: Expectations and Experiences, Loveno di Menaggio (Co), 21-23 giugno 2006, promosso da I.Re.F – Istituto Regionale lombardo di Formazione per l’amministrazione pubblica Fachhochschule Ludwigburg
Lorenzo Cantoni graduated in Philosophy and holds a PhD in Education and Linguistics. L. Cantoni is full professor at the Università della Svizzera italiana (University of Lugano, Switzerland), Faculty of Communication Sciences. He is Dean of the Faculty and director of the Institute for Communication Technologies. He is scientific director of the laboratories webatelier.net, NewMinE Lab: New Media in Education Lab, and eLab: eLearning Lab. His research interests are where communication, education and new media overlap, ranging from computer mediated communication to usability, from eLearning to eTourism, and from ICT4D to eGovernment. Lorenzo Cantoni is research professor at the Center for International Health Services Research & Policy, in the Washington State University and has collaborated/collaborates with Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Politecnico di Milano, and University of the Holy Cross (Rome, Italy). In the years 2003-2008 L. Cantoni has been President of the I.Re.F. - Lombardy Region Institute for Education and Training of Public Administration, the largest Italian regional public administration school.