Posts Tagged "education"

After Amsterdam – a report from “Making sense of education indicators”

After Amsterdam – a report from “Making sense of education indicators”

Education is an important aspect of society and assessing the progress made by learners is key to appreciating, validating and if need be improving the educational system in place. Determining how to best assess learning outcomes continues to be a challenge for teachers and policy makers alike. From collaborative problem…

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Making sense of education indicators

  • 18th November 2015
Making sense of education indicators

Education is one of the most important aspect of a society and learning is a life long process. Having personal insights into what is being learn and how it is learnt would be a good way to appreciate this process and eventually influence it to make it more efficient. Yet…

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After “The role of knowledge maps for access to digital archives” – a workshop report

After “The role of knowledge maps for access to digital archives” – a workshop report

Report of the COST TD1210 Workshop “The role of knowledge maps for access to Digital Archives“ Some COST funded meetings have the essence of COST all in a nutshell; and Milena Dobreva as a Local Organizer seems to have a specific gift to bring this to life. Two years ago…

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STSM – Topological Analysis of Scientific Collaboration – a report by Veslava Osinska

STSM – Topological Analysis of Scientific Collaboration – a report by Veslava Osinska

Topological Analysis of Scientific Collaboration Dynamics Dr Veslava Osinska at the Boğaziçi University in Istanbul 28.06 – 03.07.2015 During my STSM I at the Boğaziçi University I learned about the state of art of scientometrics research and visualisations of science in Turkey. With Dr. Almila Akdag and Prof. Albert Ali…

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