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OpenMed Strategy Forum in Palestine

The OpenMed project “Opening up education in South Mediterranean Countries”, is fostering a multi-stakeholder regional debate in the Mediterranean region about what are the best strategies to embed Open Educational Resources and Practices in universities. This debate involve Higher Education managers, decision-makers, ...

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UniGov Kick-Off meeting: February 16-17, 2017 in Rome

Five partners from Europe and five from Palestine are gathering on February 16-17, 2017 in Rome at UNIMED premises for the Kick-off meeting of the UniGov project (Improving Governance Practices and Palestinian Higher Education Institutions), coordinated by An Najah National ...

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Rome, The Mediterranean at the Cinema on 19th February

On 19th February the Fourth Lecture of Mediterrean History In the framework of the initiative “Mediterraneo al cinema”, the fourth lesson will be held on Sunday 19th February  by Ugo Tramballi, journalist for the newspaper il Sole 24 ore. This lecture ...

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3 minutes about Open Education

Reposted from the blog of the OpenMed project by Carlos Fernández-Alameda, Science Journalist, UNIR Research UCC+i (research.ucc(at)unir.net) As part of the OpenMed project, UNIR has released a series of video interviews with Open Education experts about practices across the Mediterranean region. The contributions are ...

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The eMEDia Film presented in Brussels

For the past weeks, we have been working on the production of the eMEDia Film, a new documentary video about the eMEDia project “A bottom up approach for the design and pilot of a joint master course in cross-media journalism”. ...

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COMMO I – Training Mobility in Montenegro

In the framework of the Project “COMMO, Cooperation in the Mediterranean and Western Balkan through Mobility of Students and Staff” funded within the Erasmus+ Programme KA1, Credit Mobility, representatives of 3 Italian Universities – parts of the Consortium coordinated by ...

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