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Die Open Library Medienwissenschaft – Open Access im Konsortium

Stefanie Hanneken
Zur vollständigen Öffnung des Programmbereichs Medienwissenschaft setzt sich der transcript Verlag, zusammen mit dem Fachinformationsdienst (FID) für Medien-, Kommunikations- und Filmwissenschaft, für die Gründung eines überregionalen Bibliothekskonsortiums ein, mit dessen Hilfe alle Neuerscheinungen des Programmbereichs im Open Access veröffentlicht werden sollen. Der Text bietet eine Übersicht über die Auswirkung der freien Verfügbarkeit auf die Nutzung und Wahrnehmung der Open Access Publikationen aus dem medienwissenschaftlichen Programm des Verlags. Der Text ist auch als Blogbeitrag erschienen: https://blog.transcript-verlag.de/die-transcript-open-library-medienwissenschaft/

Qualität im Kindesschutz: Landkarte und Bedarfsanalyse Zentralschweiz: Projektbericht

Daniel Fausch, Tobias Huber, Salomé Lazarov & Fabienne Scheffler
Die Interessensgemeinschaft für Qualität im Kindesschutz (IGQK) hat sich der Weiterentwicklung und Sicherung von Qualität im Kindesschutz in der Schweiz verpflichtet (IGQK 1, 2017-21). Die Region Zentralschweiz stand dabei bis anhin nicht im Fokus. Dies soll sich nun ändern. Durch das Projekt möchte die IGQK herausfinden, welche Akteur*innen Berührungspunkte mit dem Kindesschutz aufweisen und welcher Bedarf an Qualitätssicherung und Qualitätsentwicklung besteht. Im Projekt wurde dies in Form einer Landkarte und wissenschaftlich geführten Interviews mit Expert*innen...

Digitales Empowerment: Projektbericht

Gabriela Peterkovski
In diesem Projektbericht fasse ich meine Projektarbeit zusammen und ziehe meine Schlussfolgerungen. Als Kursleitende Berufsfindung des SEMO Jobhouse stellte ich fest, dass die Kursteilnehmenden (15 – 25 Jahre) Nachholbedarf in ihren digitalen Kompetenzen aufweisen. Denn Menschen, welche sich mit Computer, Internet und digitalen Medien nicht auskennen, sind benachteiligt auf dem Arbeitsmarkt. Mit diversen ethischen Grundprinzipien und Theorien der Sozialen Arbeit begründete ich in der Projektskizze den erkannten Handlungsbedarf. Anschliessend definierte ich die Zielgruppen und Projektziele....

European Agency Statistics on Inclusive Education: 2016 Dataset Cross-Country Report

This report presents the analysis of the 2016 dataset collected via the European Agency Statistics on Inclusive Education (EASIE) activities and uses the country data available on the EASIE Data web area. The previous report, 2014 Dataset Cross-Country Report, is also available online. This report focuses on the 2016 dataset. The data from participating countries is from the 2014/2015 school year and the dataset was processed from 2016 onwards. The report presents data relating to...

Specification: IDS Clearing House

Dr. ir. Harrie Bastiaansen, Georg Bramm, Juan Ceballos, Mark Gall & Maarten Kolenstart
This document describes minimum requested requirements to be met by the IDS Clearing House as one of IDS’ core components/roles supporting data exchange transactions. Technically speaking, the IDS Clearing House is a component that is implemented on top of the IDS Connector. The document contains the technical specification of the IDS Clearing House. It thereby constitutes the basis regarding the certification criteria to be met by the IDS Clearing House.

Criteria Catalogue: Components - Connector

Nadja Menz, Aleksei Resetko, Monika Huber & Sascha Wessel
Data security and data sovereignty are the fundamental characteristics of the International Data Space. Participants within the International Data Space must therefore use certified software (e.g., a »Connector«) in order to securely exchange data in a sovereign way. Furthermore, data is only exchanged if the exchange takes place between certified participants that operate trustworthy operational environments. The International Data Space Certification Scheme is of fundamental importance for making this happen. Certification provides a very high...

GAIA-X and IDS

Prof. Dr. Boris Otto
This position paper gives a first overview of the architectures of GAIA-X and International Data Spaces. This is followed by a discussion on how the two infrastructures are or can be aligned to one infrastructure. We only focus on the alignment of IDS and GAIA-X without any discussions about other initiatives like Plattform Industrie 4.0, SWIPO (Switching Cloud Providers and Porting Data), or similar. This current paper also does not specifically address synergies with the...

GDPR Related Requirements and Recommendations for the IDS Reference Architecture Model

Sebastian Steinbuss, Benjamin Heitmann, Dr.-Ing. Erik Krempel, Michael Ochs & Dustin Schutzeichel
This paper aims at a derivation of requirements for the IDS reference architecture model (IDS RAM) in order to support the compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The fundament for this is the identification, detailed documentation andanalysis of the use cases in the International DataSpace, which involve the processing of personal data, thus being relevant for the GDPR. For the description of the use cases see the documentD1 –Identification and Documentation of Relevant...

European Agency Statistics on Inclusive Education: 2016 Dataset Cross-Country Report

This report presents the analysis of the 2016 dataset collected via the European Agency Statistics on Inclusive Education (EASIE) activities and uses the country data available on the EASIE Data web area. The previous report, 2014 Dataset Cross-Country Report, is also available online. This report focuses on the 2016 dataset. The data from participating countries is from the 2014/2015 school year and the dataset was processed from 2016 onwards. The report presents data relating to...

Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems: Resourcing Levers to Reduce Disparity in Education

This report provides an analysis and findings relating to inclusive education systems emerging from the Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems (FPIES) project (2016–2018). FPIES is co-funded by the Agency and the European Commission's Erasmus+ Key Action 3 'Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects' framework. The FPIES project aims to systematically examine different approaches to educational financing and identify effective funding policy tools that work towards reducing disparity in education. The analysis presented in the report examines fundamental...

Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education: Lessons from European Policy and Practice

This report provides an overview of the Agency's Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education project (2014–2017). The Raising Achievement project aimed to provide evidence of effective practice in raising achievement and building capacity to meet a diverse range of learner needs. The project report provides a synthesis of country information and findings from the project practical work. It discusses the particular challenges of raising achievement faced by participating countries, with reference to...

Usage Control in the International Data Spaces

Andreas Eitel, Christian Jung, Robin Brandstädter, Arghavan Hosseinzadeh, Sebastian Bader, CHristian Kühnle, Pascal Birnstill, Gerd Brost, , Fabian Bruckner, Norbert Weißenberg & Benjamin Korth
In this report, we focus on data usage control and data provenance that are conceptual and technological solutions to cope with data sovereignty challenges. We introduce a common scenario for the Industry 4.0 age, in which a supplier and an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) are exchanging data to mitigate risks in the supply chain management. We describe the difference between access control and usage control, the usage control concepts and related concepts such as digital...

e-IRG Statement on the Draft Council Conclusions on the Pact for Research and Innovation for Europe

Statement on the new ERA by the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group

Usage Control in the International Data Spaces

Andreas Eitel, Christian Jung, Robin Brandstädter, Arghavan Hosseinzadeh, Sebastian Bader, CHristian Kühnle, Pascal Birnstill, Gerd Brost, , Fabian Bruckner, Norbert Weißenberg & Benjamin Korth
In this report, we focus on data usage control and data provenance that are conceptual and technological solutions to cope with data sovereignty challenges. We introduce a common scenario for the Industry 4.0 age, in which a supplier and an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) are exchanging data to mitigate risks in the supply chain management. We describe the difference between access control and usage control, the usage control concepts and related concepts such as digital...

Jewish Catacomb Bibliography Notes 2 (2013): Elsa Laurenzi, Le catacombe ebraiche. Gli ebrei di Roma e le loro tradizioni funerarie. Gangemi editore, Rome: Gangemi Editore, 2011/The Jews of Rome. Funerary Rites and Customs, Rome: Gangemi Editore, 2013.

Jessica Dello Russo
The publication of Elsa Laurenzi's Le catacombe ebraiche in 2011 inspired a conference in late February of the following year (2012) on current research in the Jewish catacombs of Rome. As Laurenzi's book is, in essence, a comprehensive introduction to this area of study, and reasonably cautious on all counts, it is the conference itself, involving a great diversity of perspectives and experiences, that has the most potential to inspire new research and debate on...

Benefits of Restoring Europe: Examples of the biodiversity, climate and wider socio-economic benefits of ecological restoration in Europe

Holly Brooks & Miriam Guth
This technical report was produced for the Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) by UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC), together with BirdLife Europe and Central Asia, in order to assess the benefits of ecosystem restoration in Europe. The report is the result of a literature review conducted in 2020.

Stories around critical thinking (CT) and problem solving

Jeremiah Victor Harding & Francis Peacock-Cole
These stories around critical thinking (CT) and problem solving were collected during CT sensitization sessions at AQHEd-SL workshops in 2019 and 2020.

Framework for the IDS Certification Scheme 2.0

Nadja Menz, Prof. Dr. Boris Otto & Aleksei Resetko
The Industrial Data Space certification scheme encompasses all processes, rules and standards governing the certification of participants and core components within the Industrial Data Space. The purpose of this document is therefore to present the framework for the scheme’s structure, processes, evaluation levels and criteria catalogues as defined by the Working Group Certification of the International Data Spaces Association. As such, this paper illustrates the core of our ambition for crafting a flexible and cost-effective...

Canada Generic Drug Market PPT: Overview, Dynamics, Trends, Segmentation, Application and Forecast to 2026

Elena Anderson
According to the latest report by IMARC Group,The Canada generic drug market reached a value of US$ 6.4 Billion in 2020.Generic drugs refer to medications that have the same active ingredients and therapeutic effect as that of a branded drug. These drugs can be oral, intravenous, intramuscular, topical or inhalant. They do not require extensive marketing due to the established safety and efficacy profile of their branded counterparts. Generic drugs can only be introduced once...

Global Vaccine Storage and Packaging Market PPT: Demand, Trends and Business Opportunities 2021-26

Elena Anderson
According to the latest report by IMARC Group,The global vaccine storage and packaging market reached around US$ 21.8 Billion in 2020.Vaccine storage and packaging are laboratory devices that are utilized to preserve and store vaccines in optimum temperatures and ensure proper handling of vaccine vials and ampoules during transportation and storage. These storage solutions, including refrigerators and freezers, are widely available in a vast range of capacities that vary depending upon the user requirements.

PPT: Tilapia Market to Witness Huge Growth during 2021-2026

Elena Anderson
According to the latest report by IMARC Group,The global tilapia market reached a value of US$ 7.9 Billion in 2020.Tilapia is a species of freshwater fish that belongs to the ‘Cichlidae’ family. This species of fish is mostly found in shallow streams, ponds, rivers, lakes and brackish water. It is considered an ideal fish for farming since it is extremely adaptable, grows quickly, requires a cost-effective vegetarian diet and can survive in poor-quality water or...

PPT: Tilapia Market to Witness Huge Growth during 2021-2026

Elena Anderson
According to the latest report by IMARC Group,The global tilapia market reached a value of US$ 7.9 Billion in 2020.Tilapia is a species of freshwater fish that belongs to the ‘Cichlidae’ family. This species of fish is mostly found in shallow streams, ponds, rivers, lakes and brackish water. It is considered an ideal fish for farming since it is extremely adaptable, grows quickly, requires a cost-effective vegetarian diet and can survive in poor-quality water or...

Glass Tiles Market Report in PPT: Top Companies, Trends and Future Details for Business Opportunity

Elena Anderson
According to the latest report by IMARC Group,The global glass tiles market exhibited strong growth during 2015-2020. Glass tiles are thin manufactured pieces of hard-wearing glass that are cut in square or rectangular shapes. Widely available in a variety of colors and transparencies, they are sold individually or in mosaic patterns set on a mesh sheet. These tiles are increasingly being used for interior furnishing of rooms and protecting surfaces from moisture damage. Glass tiles...

PPT- Steel Tubes Market Growth, Demand and Challenges of the Key Industry Players

Elena Anderson
According to the latest report by IMARC Group,The global steel tubes market exhibited moderate growth during 2015-2020.Steel tubes are long, hollow tubes, which are made from alloys of iron with carbon, titanium and tungsten, among other elements. Their production process involves raw steel, which is cast into a workable starting form and is further stretched into a seamless tube or sealed into a weld. These tubes are extremely strong and durable, have high resistance to...

Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education: Follow-up Study

The Agency's Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education (Raising Achievement) project ran from 2014 to 2017. It aimed to provide evidence of effective practice in raising achievement and building capacity to meet a diverse range of learner needs and focused on the following questions: 1. What pedagogical strategies and teaching approaches (e.g. use of ICT, focus on key competences) best support learning and are effective in raising the achievement (academic and social)...

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