SUPPORT & PROMOTE
Intergenerational, multidisciplinary and international collaborations are at the core of the Centre’s activities. By connecting education, research and industry the Centre supports actions that contribute to the present traditional educational systems as well as address the digital divide in knowledge transfer. To that effect the Centre’s vision is to support and promote free and open access to knowledge in the form of open online videos, innovative learning practices and smart technologies.
An award-winning free and open access educational video lectures repository aims at promoting science, exchanging ideas and fostering knowledge sharing by providing high quality didactic video contents to the public.
ACM Competition in Computer Science
The competition is aimed at high school students interested in programming where the focus is on thinking about an algorithm that solves an individual problem.
MyMachine is a ‘bottom-up’ initiative that promotes creativity at all levels of education and connects kindergarten children, pupils, students and industry partners who seek creativity in the educational process.
Infosec seminar is designed as a series of monthly lectures about information security, cyber defense, cybercrime and digital forensics.
Today, March 2, 2020, UNESCO launched the Dynamic Coalition for the Open Educational Resources (OER) Recommendation. The launch coincides with the Mobile Learning Week, a United Nations’ flagship event on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education.
The Centre is involved in various projects where young people of all levels are introduced hands-on to the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Our mission is to promote open education, collaboration, innovation and creativity among the younger generations (from preschoolers to students).
Today is the last day to apply to the High School Competition in Computer Science and Informatics that will take place on Friday, January 24, 2020. The high school competition is the entry point for participation in the national competition.
Infosec seminars are organized as a series of regular monthly lectures on information security, cyber defense, cybercrime and digital forensics.
Jožef Stefan Institute
Centre for Knowledge Transfer in
Information Technologies (CT3)
Jamova 39, SI-1000 Ljubljana
phone: +386 1 477 3593
fax: +386 1 477 3935
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