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  • rosanna says:

    Please take a look over the ocean:
    Fed­er­i­ca 2.0”: open access to edu­ca­tion, in Italy
    A com­pre­hen­sive e‑learning por­tal estab­lished in 2007 at Fed­eri­co II Uni­ver­si­ty in Naples, Italy, is launch­ing its release 2.0. Join­ing the Open Edu­ca­tion Resources com­mu­ni­ty, “Fed­er­i­ca” pro­vides free, open and easy access to an amaz­ing col­lec­tion of edu­ca­tion­al resources – not just for stu­dents of the local insti­tu­tion but for any Inter­net users world­wide.

    After five years of research and inno­va­tion, Fed­er­i­ca 2.0 now offers over 100 cours­es cov­er­ing all 13 Uni­ver­si­ty depart­ments — from Engi­neer­ing to Med­i­cine, Social Stud­ies and Agri­cul­ture. Con­tent cur­rent­ly avail­able online include more than 2,000 lessons, 1,600 doc­u­ments, 20,000 images, 300 videos, and 600 pod­casts. Each online course pro­vides access to les­son abstracts, research mate­r­i­al, mul­ti­me­dia resources, video and audio files, extra Web hyper­links. [10march09]

    With its inno­v­a­tive design and great usabil­i­ty, Fed­er­i­ca por­tal inter­face is set­ting a new stan­dard by com­bin­ing togeth­er two pop­u­lar com­mu­ni­ca­tion tools: Pow­er-Point pre­sen­ta­tions and the Smart­phone. Also, its open access pol­i­cy and extreme flex­i­bil­i­ty enable what can appro­pri­ate­ly be defined as a rev­o­lu­tion in Italy’ high­er edu­ca­tion field.

    The entire con­tent is released under a Cre­ative Com­mons license

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