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Projet EBM France Le projet EBM France, porté par la Collège de la Médecine Générale et soutenu par la CNAMTS, est né de la volonté de mettre à disposition des médecins généralistes des données scientifiques pertinentes, indépendantes, actuelles, facilement et rapidement accessibles en consultation, sur des sujets de médecine générale. Pour cette phase expérimentale, nous avons réalisé quelques modifications du site belge mais le contenu reste le même. Vous avez accès à près de 1000 guides de bonnes pratiques (EBM guidelines) traduits en français et 4000 résumés de preuve (evidence summaries) en anglais, triés par spécialités/organes. Vous disposez également d’une photothèque et d’une vidéothèque. N’étant pas membre de la bibliothèque digitale belge (la CDLH) , vous n'aurez pas accès aux articles scientifiques complets correspondants mais vous serez redirigés vers l'abstract de Pubmed. Nous vous remercions d’avoir bien voulu participer à cette étude !

The Open Global Education Network - Revisited Of course there is some way to go and an integrated network that matches individual learners with the best content, expert tuition and connections with others remains in the future. At present, online learners have to work hard to find suitable open courses, textbooks and other people to share their learning. This favors those who already have a good educational background and familiarity with the Internet but now opportunities are opening up for a much larger number of would-be learners who have not had these advantages because of personal circumstances or geographical location. 550+ Royalty-Free Stock Photos You Can Download Now Let me tell you a quick, cautionary tale about copyright law and using photos and images online. A couple years ago, a popular stock photography vendor claimed copyright infringement on an image we used in one of our ebooks. Embarrassed, I quickly investigated. As it turned out, another internet user had purchased the offending image from that same stock photography service and uploaded it to a photo-sharing website under a Creative Commons license. So while on the surface it looked safe for the taking, it was in fact falsely promoted as a royalty-free image ... and we were in the wrong.

10 banques d'images gratuites pour faciliter la création de vos contenus Pour illustrer vos articles de blog ou vos publications sur les réseaux sociaux, vous avez besoin de visuels percutants. Si vous n’avez pas forcément la possibilité de passer par un photographe professionnel, il existe tout de même une solution efficace : les banques d’images gratuites. Je vous en proposerai 10 tout au long de cet article, afin que vous puissiez avoir un maximum de choix et atteindre vos objectifs marketing. CH Aix en Provence » Médecins Annuaire des médecins A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Tout voir About Want to let people share and use your photographs, but not allow companies to sell them?Looking for access to course materials from the world’s top universities?Want to encourage readers to re-publish your blog posts, as long as they give you credit?

Banco de Imágenes y Sonidos Condiciones de uso El Banco de imgenes y sonidos es una iniciativa del Ministerio de Educación, llevada a cabo a travs del Instituto de Tecnologías Educativas, que tiene como objetivo fundamental poner a disposicin de todo el conjunto de la comunidad educativa recursos audiovisuales que faciliten y estimulen el desarrollo de contenidos educativos. Los recursos incluidos en el Banco de imágenes y sonidos están sujetos a una licencia Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (Reconocimiento-NoComercial-CompartirIgual)(CC BY-NC-SA 3.0), en consecuencia, las acciones, productos y utilidades derivadas de su utilización no podrán generar ningún tipo de lucro y la obra generada sólo podrá distribuirse bajo esta misma licencia.

What is Creative Commons? ​Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that has released a set of free and voluntary copyright licenses. With Creative Commons licenses, creators have the choice to give up certain exclusive rights normally associated with copyright, while retaining others. There are six different licenses that provide users with different levels of freedom. For more information about the different licenses and how they work, check out our Creative Commons landing page, the Creative Commons page on licenses, and our 101 article about Sharing using Creative Commons. ​How can I select a Creative Commons license for my sound(s)?

Compfight Creative Commons licensed photos are a sort of internet miracle: By providing an easily-understood syntax for attribution and permissions, they make it possible to add visual interest to blog posts, web sites, syllabuses, presentations–anything you like, really. They also facilitate remixes and other forms of creative adaptation (or deformation), which can be useful in a wide variety of teaching and research contexts. We’ve written about Flickr & Creative Commons before: I explained how to do creative-commons limited searches, and Julie suggested integrating creative commons-licensed material in your classroom. I also reviewed Wylio, a website that searches Flickr. (Wylio has since adopted a different business model.) Beyond photos, George has detailed how to find free, re-usable content for your classroom.

The Future of MOOCs · UOBETT Q: Is information available from the older, initial USA courses available – about research on taking a MOOC? If pitching it at CPD – could incorporate costs. One MOOC has been offering an exam at a cost of £150 which will give certificate. Coursera expands foreign-language classes with help of new international partners Providers of massive open online courses (MOOCs) tend to be based in elite pockets of the United States (Silicon Valley and Boston, for example), but their students increasingly come from all corners of the world. And to attract and accommodate a more global student body, online education startup Coursera on Thursday said that it had added even more school partners, about half of which are international, to offer more courses reflecting different languages, perspectives and disciplines. The Palo Alto-based company said it had added 29 new academic partners, 16 of which are international, nearly doubling its list of institutional partners (you can see a full list of new schools below). With its new partners, the startup will not only offer courses in French (it already launched a course with the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), but also Spanish, Italian and Chinese.

Association of Governing Boards Forget basketball and March Madness. Aside from always pressing financial issues, it is “MOOC madness” that has emerged as the topic du jour at a growing number of American colleges and universities. Indeed, in boardrooms all across the country, people are grappling with what the advent of MOOCs—massive open online courses—means to their institutions. How should they be thinking about—and perhaps rethinking—the delivery of their educational programs? What kind of investments should they be making in online learning?

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