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Authors now have a second (and final) chance to submit an abstract for the upcoming workshop Can MOOCs save Europe's unemployed youth?

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2014 marks one century since the start of the first World War. In commemoration, the BBC is teaming up with four universities and FutureLearn to produce a series of MOOCs on WWI. 

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The New Yorker magazine has announced that it will make all of its content, including all of its archives, freely available to all readers this summer. In the fall, it will roll out a metered paywall...

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The K-12 Online Conference is accepting proposals until 15 August 2014 for multimedia sessions in this compelely free, online conference.

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'Juvenes Translatores' is an annual translation contest held by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Translation. It is for students aged 17 in all 28 EU countries.

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The 2014 edition of the Open Knowledge Festival took place on 15-17 July in Berlin. The festival had three steams: Tools, Society, and Knowledge. This is an overview of the conference activities and...

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El Boletín Oficial del Estado ha publicado una Resolución de la Secretaría de Estado de Educación, Formación Profesional y Universidades, por la que se convocan ayudas para la elaboración de...

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On 17 July, the European Commission published a set of guidelines to help EU Members to benefit from the revised Directive on the Re-use of Public Sector Information (PSI Directive).

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After a final pitch competition, the Open Education Challenge has announced nine winning edtech startups. The award consists of an invitation to join the inaugural European Incubator for Innovation in...

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Experts and practitioners are invited to submit a position paper on "key questions of how Europe could collaborate on MOOCs, including the role of Open Education" to the HOME project (Higher education...