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Opening Plenary - Overview on open content and open access

  • 9:00 Registration and welcome



  • 9:30
    From open source to open content - introduction to the
    open culture promoters group,
    Paolo Pumilia - Committee


  • 10:00Learning designs and pedagogy for open content,Graham Attwell -Director of the Welsh independent research institute, Pontydysgu


  • 10:30User Generated Content in Education A BBC Perspective,George Auckland -Head of Innovation, BBC Learning and Interactive


  • 11:00Open Access
    Paola Gargiulo -CASPUR (Italian Consortium for Super-computing Applications for University and Research)




  • 11:30 coffee break
  • 11:45Cultural Heritage management
    Antonia Recchia, Rossella Caffo
  • 12:15 General Discussion
  • 13:00 Lunch
Birds of a feather (BOF) sessions
  • 14:00The Wealth of Experience, Andrius Kulikauskas -Minciu Sodas
  • 14:20 How open is open content production?, Alessandro Rossi -Trento Univ.
  • 14:40 Attendees who want to get together with others who share their interests, goals, technologies, environments, or backgrounds are invited to participate to the three "Birds of a Feather" sessions. These sessions will provide a casual atmosphere for people to meet, exchange ideas, and share information on the following areas:
    • Scientific publishing
    • e-Learning and open content
    • Cultural heritage.
Summary session
  • 17:00 Results of BOF sessions will be reported and discussed in a plenary session
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On 12 May 2006, 19:14.

 
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