World Wide Open Workshopwith Advanced Techniquesfor Cultural Heritage

Program Partenerships in prioritary domains
Code: PN-II-PT-PCCA-2011-3.2-0356
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Courses purpose

This section is continuously growing as we add up more material and is dedicated to the conservation/restoration/archaeology students that desire to learn about the newest technologies used in their fields of activity. You can find here offline digital learning content for students, such as tutorials, lab works, solid specialized bibliography.

Live webinars and demonstrations will be held using multiple IP cameras on each working location and an interactive web-conference tool that allows participants to attend lectures.

Terms and conditions

  • 1. Definitions
  • 1.1 e-learning
         education via the Internet, network, or standalone computer. e-learning is essentially the network-enabled transfer of skills and knowledge.
    1.2 webinar
         short for web-based seminar is a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted over the Internet. A key feature is the ability to give, receive and discuss information.
    1.3 asynchronous learning
         a student-centered teaching technique in which online learning resources are used to enable information sharing between people in a network. In asynchronous learning, information sharing is not limited by place or time.
    1.4 lecturer
         is the person holding the webinar.
    1.5 supervisor
         is supervising the students during a webinar. It is usually a professor that is also provided with the necessary credentials to access the online content.
  • 2. Organizers
  • 2.1 INOE 2000 - National Institute for Research and Development in Optoelectronics INOE 2000
    2.2 UNAB - National University of Art Bucharest
  • 3. Participation
  • 3.1 Who
    The online courses will be attended by classes of students accompanied by their tutor/professor who will be provided with a username and passoword to access the live transmission and offline digital content. In later stages of the project students will also be granted username and passwords. At this stage the professor will be able to access and download the offline digital content (e.g. lab works).
    3.2 How
    At this stage of the project, the professor will use his/her credentials to access all the available content of the e-Learning section. For live webinars there should be available a room with a computer with good internet connection, speakers and a video projector. He will supervise the students during the webinar and will prompt the lecturer when any student may have questions.
    3.3 When
    Live webinars are organized in accordance to the proposed schedule between the lecturer and supervisor. The offline digital content can be accessed any time.
  • 4. Requirements
  • Webinars should be held in a class room with a computer with Internet access, speakers and microphone and a webcam for visual feedback to the lecturer.
  • 5. Intellectual rights

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