• Wed, Nov 02, 2016 Jefferson Institute


    The second group of the representatives from the National Defense University of Ukraine successfully passed Train the Trainer courses on using their new ADL platform, developed by the Jefferson Institute with the generous support of the Norwegian Ministry of Defense. The training was in Belgrade at the Jefferson Institute office, where a wealth of experience accumulated developing the Serbian ADL Center was presented by the members of Serbian MOD Center for Simulation and Advanced Distributed Learning.

  • Tue, Oct 18, 2016 Jefferson Institute

    A delegation from the National Defence University of Ukraine (NDUU) ADL Laboratory attended three days of training in Moodle and distance learning pedagogy at the Jefferson Institute office in Belgrade. Training was led by the Jefferson Institute's Biljana Presnall  and the experts from the Serbia Military Academy Center for Simulations and Distance Learning and with generous support of the Ministry of Defense of Kingdom of Norway.

    This visit is a part of a two-year project to help stand up the initial core of a distance learning capability and ADL center at the NDUU.  

  • Thu, Sep 22, 2016 Jefferson Library, Monticello


    Members of the Arctic Horizons Steering Committee met to identify and synthesize the core threads of the previous workshops and public contributions proffered between workshops. A small selection of guests joined the meeting with the aim of addressing diversity. Our target output for the workshop was a draft of the final report and outline of steps leading to the final report release.

  • Tue, May 31, 2016 Brown University

    This workshop brought together researchers working on multidisciplinary natural/social science projects addressing issues of contemporary change in the North with social scientists focused on policy development at a global scale.

  • Fri, Nov 13, 2015 Best Western City Hotel

    Hands-on data journalism training with a group of selected journalists and journalism students from the Balkan region held at the Best Western City Hotel in Sofia, Bulgaria and supported by the Bulgarian Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works.

    The main goal of this intense knowledge sharing two day training, was to encourage participants to incorporate the regional open data in their work and create data-driven stories from the Balkan region.