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The OERup! training

The OERup! online training course aims to enable you to find, create and use Open Educational Resources (OER), and to implement Open Educational Practices (OEP) in your daily work. The training is targeted to teaching practitioners, training consultants as well as to the management of adult education institutions.

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concīs - Summer 2016

More than 40 poems, prose poems, flash fictions, micro-essays, visual poems and

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.io British Indian Ocean Territory

.io is one of the fastest-growing top-level domains on the internet, a particular favourite among start-ups and technology companies. It's also one of the most expensive. To the ear of the tech-savvy, “io” sounds like “input/output”, and it’s used for everything from business software and databases to bitcoin and blogs. But like all the other domains we’ve looked at, .io is also a place: a country-code top-level domain, or ccTLD, which refers to a particular place on the Earth's surface. In this case, that place is the British Indian Ocean Territory, a remote but strategically-important scattering of islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean, also known as the Chagos Archipelago.

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