[Humanist] 24.658 announcements: networked learning; multimedia MA

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 658.
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  [1]   From:    Master in Ambienti Multimediali e Beni Culturali          (64)
                <mastermultibec at GMAIL.COM>
        Subject: MULTIMEDIA ENVIRONMENT FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE

  [2]   From:    "Fowler, John" <John.Fowler at suny.edu>                     (74)
        Subject: Announcing the COIL Institute for Globally Networked
                Learning in the Humanities


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        Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2011 12:51:24 +0100
        From: Master in Ambienti Multimediali e Beni Culturali              <mastermultibec at GMAIL.COM>
        Subject: MULTIMEDIA ENVIRONMENT FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE


The Faculty of Humanities of the University "Federico II" of Naples has
published the notice of admission to the Master's Degree in "Multimedia
Environments for Cultural Heritage" that offers a curriculum based on
knowledge and experience of cultural and skills relating to specific
multimedia applications of cultural sector.

The target is to create new interdisciplinary skills required by National
and International Cultural Heritage Job scenario: experts in  multimedia
technologies and methodologies  for cultural heritage.

The Master is open to graduates of liberal arts education, science and
technology that are interested in increasing skills as new technologies,
cataloging, management, analysis and communication of cultural heritage.
Libraries, Superintendents, Government, private companies operating in the
application of new technologies to cultural heritage, are interested in the
wide range of themes raised by the course: digital classification,
dissemination of culture through multimedia, cultural heritage data
management, digital libraries and publishing, and so on.

The course duration is one year (1500 hours, for a total of 60 university
credits).

Lessons will take place in the classroom on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 14 to 18, at the premises of Porta di Massa and Monte Sant'Angelo.
The duration of the stage is 120 hours at public or private institutions
operating in the sector.

The cost of tuition fee is € 3,000 payable in two semi-annual
installments. It's possible to access scholarship Total (Inpdap, Ministry of
Education, Region Campania) or partial (issued by the University) after the
interview.

The application for admission must be submitted by 12 noon on 18/01/2011
Office Specialist Schools and Master Mezzocannone street, 16 80134 - Naples.
For more information see: www.archeo.unina.it / master or call at
081.679944.

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La Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell’università “Federico II” di Napoli ha
pubblicato il bando di ammissione per il Master di I livello in “Ambienti
multimediali per i Beni Culturali”, che propone un percorso formativo
incentrato sulla conoscenza ed esperienza dei beni culturali e sulle
competenze informatiche relative alle applicazioni multimediali specifiche
nel settore.

L’obiettivo è formare* *nuove professionalità interdisciplinari molto
richieste attualmente nel panorama nazionale ed internazionale, che si
configurano come esperti in metodologie e tecnologie multimediali con una
preparazione approfondita specificatamente per il patrimonio culturale.

Il Master si rivolge a laureati di formazione umanistica, scientifica e
tecnologica con interesse a maturare competenze nell’ambito delle nuove
tecnologie di catalogazione, gestione, analisi e comunicazione dei Beni
Culturali.

Biblioteche, Soprintendenze, Enti pubblici, aziende private operanti nelle
applicazione di nuove tecnologie al settore culturale manifestano sempre più
la tendenza alla catalogazione digitale, divulgazione della cultura
attraverso strumenti multimediali.

La durata del corso è annuale (1500 ore, per un totale di 60 crediti
formativi universitari).

Gli incontri in aula avverranno nei giorni lunedì, martedì e giovedì dalle
14 alle 18, presso le sedi di Porta di Massa e Monte Sant’Angelo.

La durata dello stage è di 120 ore presso strutture pubbliche o private
operanti nel settore.

Il costo di iscrizione al Master è di 3.000 euro da versare in due rate
semestrali. E’ possibile accedere a borse di studio totali (Inpdap, Miur,
Regione Campania) o parziali (rilasciate dall’Università), previo colloquio.

La domanda di ammissione al concorso deve essere consegnata entro le ore *12
* del 1*8/01/2011 **all'Ufficio Scuole di Specializzazione e Master Via
Mezzocannone, 16 80134 – Napoli*.

Per ulteriori informazioni consultare il sito: *www.archeo.unina.it/master *o
chiamare allo* 081.679944.*



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        Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 16:24:10 -0500
        From: "Fowler, John" <John.Fowler at suny.edu>
        Subject: Announcing the COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities


The SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)
is pleased to announce a Call for Participation in the COIL Institute
for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities funded by the National
Endowment for the Humanities.

Globally networked learning is not a technology, but is a new approach
to teaching and learning which provides faculty and students the ability
to communicate and collaborate directly and immediately with peers
internationally through the use of online communication tools. Our
Institute is open to scholars with no experience teaching online, but it
would not be appropriate for the truly technophobic.

The COIL approach to globally networked learning is to link a class at
an American university with one at a university abroad. The classes may
be totally online or offered in a blended format with face-to-face
sessions taking place at both schools, while collaborative work between
the groups takes place online. The courses are team-taught, with faculty
members working with peers at their partner institutions. Our method
promotes interactive shared coursework, emphasizing experiential
learning. We give collaborating students a chance to get to know each
other and help them develop meaningful projects together. This broadens
their view and understanding of the course content and builds their
cross-cultural communicative capacity by engaging the perspectives of
their global peers.

The COIL Center developed this two-year Institute to foster globally
networked learning environments within the Humanities. We are seeking
applications from institutional teams from across the U.S. that include:

    * At least one faculty member teaching courses within the following
disciplinary groups:

          o Freshman Foundations: introductory courses in all humanities
disciplines designed to internationalize the curriculum

          o Human Societies: Social Sciences and related disciplines

          o Media Arts & Cultures: Film and New Media Studies;
Musicology; Cultural Studies; and related disciplines

          o Language & Literature: Writing Studies; Rhetoric; Language
Instruction; Literature; and related disciplines

          o International Studies: History; Political Science;
International and Area Studies; and related disciplines

    * An Instructional Designer or Technologist; and/or

    * An International Programs Professional


Members of the teams accepted to the Institute will be appointed as COIL
Institute Fellows and will:


    * Be provided ongoing training and support to create globally
networked learning environments

    * Attend one of five discipline-focused three-day workshops at the
SUNY Global Center in NYC in September or October, 2011

    * Participate in an online course as well as an ongoing community of
practice

    * Co-teach or actively support a globally networked course with an
international partner in 2012

    * Be invited to report on their experiences at a "lessons-learned"
capstone conference in NYC 


Fellows residing outside of the New York City area will have their
workshop and capstone conference travel and accommodation provided by
the Institute.


For More Information:

    * Visit the COIL website at http://www.suny.edu/global/coil for the
full Call for Participation and the Application Guidelines

    * Attend the 3rd COIL Conference on March 31 - April 1, 2011 - which
will be attended by all Institute staff and workshop leaders and will
include an information session on the Institute.

    * Contact the Institute's Coordinator at: CoilInstituteInfo at suny.edu

Application Deadline: April 29, 2011


John E. Fowler
Assistant Director
Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)
The State University of New York (SUNY) Global Center
116 E. 55th St. New York, NY 10022
E-mail: john.fowler at suny.edu
Office: 212-317-3587
Fax: 212-521-5287





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