Fab Lab Kä Träre – UNED Costa Rica

The Fab Lab Kä Träre belongs to the Distance State University of Costa Rica. This is the only university in this country that has a model of distance learning whose main objective is to democratize higher education. This goal is also supported and promoted with the projects and initiatives developed Read more…

GFOSS – Promotion of Openness through the use and the development of Open Standards and Open Technologies in Education, Public Administration and Business in Greece

GFOSS – Open Technologies Alliance  is a non-profit organization founded in 2008. Its main goal is to promote Openness through the use and the development of Open Standards and Open Technologies in Education, Public Administration and Business in Greece. GFOSS is a platform for Open Standards, Free Software, Open Content, Open Data & Open Hardware Read more…

Making government work in the digital age

Code for NL is the Dutch network of open source developers and designers working on digital government. Their goal is the successful digital transformation of municipalities, other governments, and society as a whole. It places innovative fellows with technical skills at (semi) governments to work on concrete solutions to social problems. Code Read more…

500 Women Scientists with a mission!

I am keen to give my recognition to this marvelous grassroots initiative! Over 20,000 women of STEM and supporters from more than 100 countries have signed in support of 500 Women Scientists, pledging to build an inclusive scientific community dedicated to training a more diverse group of future leaders in Read more…

Cineca, BORD signatory

Cineca is the main consortium of italian universities. It developed Bestr in 2015 to support lifelong lifewide learning and the recognition of competencies; it was also among the first entities to sign the Bologna Open Recognition Declaration. Cineca uses Bestr for the recognition of internal training and is involved in Read more…

Ms Geek Africa 2018

A wonderful project! Girls in ICT Rwanda is a group of women, young and old – professionals and students, who are passionate about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths and have come together to inspire more girls to join these exciting fields. It was founded in December 2011 when Rwanda decided Read more…

ePIC 2018

Two years after publishing the Bologna #OpenRecognition Declaration (ePIC 2016) one year after exploring alternative credentials and alternative to credentials (ePIC 2017), ePIC 2018 is exploring how opening recognition technologies and practices could lead to the emergence of #OpenRecognition Ecosystems. We are looking for contributions exploring either one of the components of recognition ecosystems (e.g. an institution, a technology Read more…