Welcome to the Suda On Line (SOL) The Suda on Line For Attic phrase in Plato let them seek, I poach in Suidas for unlicens'd Greek. ― Alexander Pope, The Dunciad 4.227-8 Pope’s ‘Suidas’ is not a man but a work, The Suda (or Stronghold): a massive 10th century Byzantine Greek historical encyclopedia of the ancient Mediterranean world, covering the whole of Greek and Roman antiquity and also including Biblical and Christian material. Preserved in several medieval manuscripts, it has been edited and published several times since the end of the 14th century in traditional hard-copy scholarly editions, most recently that of Ada Adler (Teubner, 5 volumes: 1928-1938, reprinted 1971). The Suda On Line (SOL) project, begun in 1998 as part of the Stoa Consortium, opens up this stronghold of information by means of a freely accessible, keyword-searchable database, with English translations, notes, bibliography, and links to other electronic resources.
Learning management system Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir LMS. En technologies de l'information et de la communication, un learning management system (LMS) ou learning support system (LSS) est un logiciel qui accompagne et gère un processus d'apprentissage ou un parcours pédagogique. En français, on parle de « plate-forme d'apprentissage », « système de gestion de l'apprentissage », « centre de formation virtuel », « plate-forme e-learning », « formation ouverte et à distance » (FOAD) ou « formation en ligne », et, particulièrement au Québec, d' « environnement numérique d'apprentissage » (ENA). NCLOR News and Information Portal A resource series is a sub-set of resources within a collection. The following list of the resource series are available to guest users. The resource series are managed and updated by the NCLOR staff.
Society for Classical Studies The idiosyncratic Greek encyclopedia from the 10th century CE known as “The Suda” (from the Greek word souda, meaning “fortress” or “stronghold”) is filled with fascinating assertions, cultural minutiae, and enough gossip for a lifetime of anecdotes. Suda On Line (SOL) is the first and only translation of the entire Suda into a modern language, and it presents in some ways a model for digital scholarship, even twenty years after its inception. A team of seven managing editors, seventy-five editors, and over 125 contributing translators created it (a history of the project is available here). SOL is open to contributions from users; each entry is marked with a history of who translated it, who provided comments, and what, if any, editorial interventions were performed later. Anyone able to translate Greek may apply to be an editor, “regardless of formal credentials and specialization.”
Web 2.0 Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Cartographie sensible du web 2.0 L'expression « Web 2.0 » désigne l'ensemble des techniques, des fonctionnalités et des usages qui ont suivi la forme originelle du web, www ou World Wide Web , caractérisée par plus de simplicité et d'interactivité (sociabilité). Elle concerne en particulier les interfaces et les échanges permettant aux internautes ayant peu de connaissances techniques de s'approprier de nouvelles fonctionnalités du web.
Exemplary Collection of Open eLearning Content Repositories Open Educational Content For this exemplary collection the focus is on best practice examples: IIEP-UNESCO Wiki of OER repositories Lines of Spines If you ask Google Images what a library is, you’ll get a very clear answer: books on shelves in a column-faced building. Like Google, most of us think of the library as a storehouse for books. We can be forgiven for thinking so. Our word library comes from the Latin librarium, meaning bookcase. It’s the same for the Latin and Greek equivalents for library — bibliotheca and bibliothiki, respectively — which led to the word for library in most modern Indo-European languages. It’s also notable that the Latin word for book, liber, originally referred to the kind of bark that was used in book construction.
Directory of OER repositories Tweet #OER Last update: 6th August 2014 – Thanks to @OERhub team – @nopiedra – @EbbaOssian for sharing the data collected in their projects After weeks and weeks digging on the internet, reviewing hundreds of OER initiatives, projects, blogs and hashtags, and also harassing other OER enthusiasts and experts in twitter, I managed to develop a first version of a directory of OER repositories. This version only includes the name of the repository, the URL and the country of the initiative and there are 73 OER repositories associated.
Search Engines:Open Access/OER From Topical Search Wiki The National Science Digital Library – A curated web catalog of high quality K-12 & HE OERs with emphasis on the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Temoa – A catalog of OERs that has been selected by an academic community categorized by area of knowledge, educational level and language. Xpert Back to main page Submit a link Subscribe to RSS About Xpert Labs Currently searching 418912 resources. Please enter your keywords Attribute images | Advanced search | Browse Resources Popular Tags Max Planck Open Access This year’s 10th International Open Access Week to be held October 23-29 April 25, 2017 Established by SPARC and partners in the student community in 2008, International Open Access Week is an opportunity to take action in making openness the default for research. This year’s theme is an invitation to answer the question of what concrete benefits can be realized by making scholarly outputs openly available.
Open Access Week Open Access Week Dates Open Access Week 2017 will take place all over the world in the last full week of October, 23-29 October 2017 Open Access Week