Siti UNESCO - italia map. L'Italia annovera ben 50 siti inseriti dall'Unesco nella Lista del Patrimonio dell'Umanità, la World Heritage List.
Quella di Sito Patrimonio dell'Umanità è la denominazione ufficiale di queste aree secondo la Convenzione sul Patrimonio dell'Umanità adottata dalla Conferenza generale dell'UNESCO il 16 novembre 1972. Lo scopo di tale convenzione è di identificare, secondo precisi criteri, aree, siti e luoghi che rappresentano delle peculiarità di particolare importanza da un punto di vista culturale, artistico, archeologico, ambientale o paesaggistico. Con 50 siti inclusi nella lista del Patrimonio dell'Umanità, l'Italia si pone in testa a tutti i paesi per numero di riconoscimenti. Open Access Overview (definition, introduction) Peter Suber First put online June 21, 2004.
Last revised December 5, 2015. Suggested short URL for this page = Peter Suber Director, Harvard Office for Scholarly CommunicationDirector, Harvard Open Access ProjectFaculty Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society Senior Researcher, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources CoalitionResearch Professor of Philosophy, Earlham Collegepeter.email@example.com. World Open Educational Resources Congress. The 2012 Paris OER Declaration was formally adopted at the 2012 World Open Educational Resources (OER) Congress held at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris from 20 – 22 June 2012.
Déclaration de Paris des REL 2012 (French) Declaración de París de 2012 sobre los REA (Spanish) إعلان باريس لعام 2012 بشأن الموارد التعليمية المفتوحة (Arabic) 2012年开放式教育资源巴黎宣言 (Chinese) ПАРИЖСКАЯ ДЕКЛАРАЦИЯ ПО ООР 2012 Г (Russian) Www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/HQ/CI/CI/pdf/Events/Draft Paris Declaration V7B ENGLISH.pdf. Advocating open content in non formal education. Global Open Access Portal. The Global Open Access Portal (GOAP), funded by the Governments of Colombia, Denmark, Norway, and the United States Department of State, presents a current snapshot of the status of Open Access (OA) to scientific information around the world.
For countries that have been more successful implementing Open Access, the portal highlights critical success factors and aspects of the enabling environment. For countries and regions that are still in the early stages of Open Access development, the portal identifies key players, potential barriers and opportunities. The Global Open Access Portal is designed to provide the necessary information for policy-makers to learn about the global OA environment and to view their country’s status, and understand where and why Open Access has been most successful. At a glance, the portal provides an overview of the framework surrounding Open Access in UNESCO Member States by focusing on: Atoz.ebsco.com/Customization/Tab/8623?lang=en&lang.menu=en&lang.subject=en&tabId=602. Very Brief Introduction to Open Access. Directory of Open Access Journals.
ABOUT - Open Access Week. Open Access Week, a global event now entering its sixth year, is an opportunity for the academic and research community to continue to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make Open Access a new norm in scholarship and research.
“Open Access” to information – the free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research, and the right to use and re-use those results as you need – has the power to transform the way research and scientific inquiry are conducted. What is the 2012 World Open Educational Resources Congress and what are its aims?
What is the 2012 World Open Educational Resources Congress and what are its aims?
The 2012 World Open Educational Resources (OER) Congress will bring together global governments, OER experts, NGOs, and educators to discuss and share the world’s best examples of OER policies and initiatives. By leveraging the resources and knowledge of the international OER community, the Congress will catalyze improvements in education across the globe. By forging new partnerships between major research universities, identifying new tools that will benefit learners in rural communities, and implementing OERs into national education policy, we expect the annual Congress to have a significant impact far beyond Paris. The 2012 Congress will also celebrate the 10th anniversary of the UNESCO Forum on Open Courseware that created the term “open educational resources”, and to mark the progress we’ve made over the past decade. Back to top. Intergovernmental Organizations. Intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) are using CC to share research, data, and educational materials they produce.
IGOs, like all creators who want wide dissemination of their content, realize they can benefit greatly from the use of Creative Commons licenses--maximizing the impact of their resources and efforts. A number of IGOs believe that as publicly minded institutions, adopting an open licensing policy for at least some subset of their publications is the preferred mechanism for ensuring the broadest and most widespread use and reuse of the information they publish.
This page explains some of the benefits for IGOs choosing to publish content under Creative Commons licenses, clarifies some unique legal considerations, provides case study of IGOs already using CC, aggregates relevant frequently asked questions, and addresses common licensing scenarios and options available to IGOs. Why Intergovernmental Organizations Benefit from Using CC CC helps clarify rights to users in advance. An open door to UNESCO's knowledge.