Today we welcome a very special school from Moscow, Russia. “School 1950” a free translation of the name is a state budget institution of the city of Moscow with a in-depth study of specific subjects.
ГБОУ СОШ 1950
Subjects include mathematics, biology and science and they train 1200 students (age 9 to 17) every year. More than 140 teachers are teaching in the facility and we were surprised to notice that they publish the salary levels of their staff.
We also noticed that their web site is rather informative and well structured, students can even book an appointment with the head of the school over the net. A rather unusual sight for a public school website but something worth looking at and getting some ideas on how to improve your public web page.
Once again, we welcome them to Eliademy and we hope that we will see OER (Open education resources) contributed to Eliademy catalog in Russian language. We started this year offering OER courses and 100s have been created so far, so go ahead and contribute as well!
Today’s reference comes from Brazil and is a historical institution.
The Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca, CEFET-RJ, is a Brazilian federal educational institution subordinated to the Brazilian Ministry of Education. It offers graduate and undergraduate level courses in addition to its sought-after technical high school courses (930 admissions among 11035 candidates in 2008 – Maracanã campus).
The school’s education is focused in the engineering fields of mechanics, information technology, electronics, telecommunication, metallurgy, petrochemical and electrical.
Its multicampus headquarters is in Maracanã with an additional campus in the Rio de Janeiro suburb of Maria da Graça and another one in the city of Nova Iguaçu north of Rio de Janeiro.
Thanks to federal subsidies the school does not charge tuition.
They applied for the FREE academic licence that we give to ALL Educational institutions funded by the government so they don’t have to pay for Blackboard or any other expensive commercial service. We are happy to welcome them to our family of educational organisations!
Tallinna Täiskasvanute Gümnaasium
Today we welcome to Eliademy Tallinn Upper Secondary School for Adults. They are the largest adult gymnasium in the Republic of Estonia which offers opportunities for learners to continue their interrupted road of general education from 8th to 12th grade. Their team is like one big family, where there is a humanist approach and a belief that success will be received by:
- Inclusion and training of personnel
- Learner- centerness
- Regular interviews of interest groups
- Modern and effective leadership
During 16 years of cooperation they have created common values that have helped them to cope well in the situation of constant changes. They value trust in school relations, quality in management and learning, openness to cooperation with partners and through continuous development.
Over 20.000 students from Estonia are trained on monthly basis on Eliademy and the numbers keep growing by the day. In the coming months we see the first Estonian based courses being sold on Eliademy exclusively. We welcome our latest school with full heart and a wish that they will utilise our functionalities to the maximum.
Today we are happy to welcome Educare Online from Australia to the expanding family of associations and academic organisations that are utilising Eliademy.
Educare Online has been established to promote understanding and practice of universal Human Values in daily life through formal and informal education.
The aim of “Educare Online” is to promote good character through programs based on the five fundamental Human Values of:
Knowledge and skills to make right choices are considered important learning objectives in early childhood. This site has been established to share teaching and learning resources in Human Values with teachers, community workers and parents. In keeping with universal nature of Human Values the resources on this site will be free from any bias of religion or creed.
We, at Eliademy, are very pleased with their values and programs. As a reminder to our subscribers, Eliademy is part of the UN Global Compact (Corporate responsibility) and every year we are publishing a report with our achievements towards our goal to democratise education with technology. The last year report can be found here, in the coming months we will publish also the 2014-2015 report so stay tuned.
Cairo University (previously King Fuad I University, Egyptian University) is a public university in Giza, Egypt. It was founded on 21 December 1908. It is the second oldest institution of higher education in Egypt, notwithstanding the pre-existing higher professional schools that later became constituent colleges of the university, after Al Azhar University. It was founded and funded as the Egyptian University by a committee of private citizens with royal patronage in 1908. The University currently enrolls approximately 155,000 students in 22 faculties. It counts three Nobel Laureates, including Yasser Arafat a Nobel Peace Prize in 1994, among its graduates and is one of the 50 largest institutions of higher education in the world by enrolment and in the top 500 world universities.
The faculty of Pharmacy recently started using Eliademy for the new academic year and we are hopeful that their good experience will spread in all the other faculties and cover the needs of the 120.000 students.
We would like to remind you that All non-profits and public academic institutions have access to Eliademy Premium for free and those organizations can save 100.000s of euros per year by using it as a replacement for Blackboard or Moodle platforms for instance.
The University of Applied Arts Vienna (German: Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, or informally just Die Angewandte) is an institution of higher education in Vienna, the capital of Austria.
The Angewandte was founded in 1867 as the k.k. Kunstgewerbeschule des k.k. Österreichischen Museums für Kunst und Industrie. It was the first school of its kind on the continent. In 1941 it became an institution of higher education. In 1970 it was awarded the title of a university and in 1998 the school was renamed the Universität für angewandte Künste (University of applied arts).