VIRGINIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND OTHER USA ORGANISATIONS ARE ADDRESSING NET MEDIA LAB -IIT

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VIRGINIA-USA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, INCLUDED NET MEDIA LAB's WORK IN A GUIDE FOR STATE's EDUCATORS. OTHER USA STUDIES ARE ADDRESSING ALSO NET MEDIA LAB.

Μετά από την συμπερίληψη του έργου μας DELFE, “E-learning Environment for Deaf people in the E-Commerce and New Technologies Sector” για κωφούς σε μελέτη στρατηγικής του Κογκρέσου προς τον Πρόεδρο των ΗΠΑ για την εκπαιδευτική πολιτική 2007-2013 και την συμπερίληψη επιστημονικού άρθρου μας «Intelligent Tool for Building E-Learning Content» σε μελέτη πολιτικής για την παιδεία του USA National Academy of Education το 2013,
το 2017 είχαμε τις εξής σημαντικές αναφορές σε κείμενα στρατηγικού σχεδιασμού και πολιτικής από φορείς των ΗΠΑ:
1) A NET MEDIA LAB’s study - article has been included in a Governmental report for E- inclusion Policy for Dyslexia of Ministry of Education of Virginia State of USA.
The article
Dyslexia and ICTs, assessment and early intervention in kindergarten. Drigas, A. D., & Elektra, B. E. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, v11, 53-56. (2016).
has been included in
Specific Learning Disability Supplementary Guide. Dyslexia: Frequently Asked Questions. Virginia Department of Education February 2017
2) A NET MEDIA LAB’s study - article has been included in a report for E- inclusion Policy in USA.
The article
“Special Education and ICTs.” iJET 8 (2): 41–47. 2013. Drigas, Athanasios, and Rodi-Eleni
Ιoannidou.
has been included in
The intersectional gap: how bilingual students in the United States are excluded from inclusion) María Cioè-Peña INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION, VOL. 21, NO. 9, 906–919, 2017
3) A NET MEDIA LAB’s study - article has been included in a report for E- government of Georgetown University, Washington, DC
The article
Government Online: An E-Government Platform to Improve Public Administration Operations and Services Delivery to the Citizen. Drigas, A and Leyteris Koukianakis, L.
Visioning and Engineering the Knowledge Society. A Web Science Perspective, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 5736/2009 pp.523-532, (2009).
has been included in
OPEN GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIP AND MOBILE PHONE MARKETS Cristina Elena Martínez Pinto, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
The Open Government Partnership (OGP) was formally launched on September 20, 2011 on the sidelines of a UN General Assembly meeting. OGP is a multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from national and subnational governments to promote open government, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. In the spirit of multi-stakeholder collaboration. Currently 72 Countries are participating.

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