14 жовтня 2020 р.
October 21 - International Academic Integrity Day
Aims and Objectives for International Day of Action (IDoA) against Contract Cheating
- To increase awareness in students, teachers at all levels of education, managers, and administrators in universities, colleges, and schools about the threat that contract cheating poses to educational standards globally
- To increase student engagement in helping to plan the IDoA, participate in social media outreach (social media campaign), and suggest/ coordinate student activities for the IDoA.
- To increase interaction and activity around the world through interactive virtual presentations and activities throughout the IDoA.
- To increase the number and participation of international educational organizations to the IDoA from 2019
- To create/ revise a media kit can be tailored by leaders (public relations/media staff) in educational organizations that will promote awareness of IDoA and contract cheating to the general public
- To encourage and promote faculty, staff, leaders, and students in educational organizations to decrease the risk of contract cheating in their organizations
Webinar on Research Data Management Basics
American Library NaUKMA invites you to the webinar
Тема: Webinar on Research Data Management Basics
: 19 October 2020 02:00 PM
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OPEN ACCESS WEEK 2020
Dear Friends, we encourage you to join Open Access Activities all around the world
The 2020 Open Access Week Advisory Committee announced the theme for this year’s International Open Access Week, (October 19-25), which will be “Open with Purpose: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion.”
4 жовтня 2020 р.
NATIONAL CYBERSECURITY AWARENESS MONTH 2020
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), which is a collaborative effort between the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and its public and private partners — including the National Cyber Security Alliance — to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safe and secure online. This year’s theme, “Do your Part. #BeCyberSmart.,” encourages individuals and organizations to take proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity and protect their part of cyberspace.
CISA encourages individuals and organizations to review the NCSAM 2020 page for ways to participate in and promote NCSAM.
NCSAM emphasizes “If You Connect It, Protect It.” Throughout October, CISA and NCSA will focus on the following areas in our promotions and outreach:
- October 1 and 2: Official NCSAM Kick-off
- Week of October 5 (Week 1): If You Connect It, Protect It
- Week of October 12 (Week 2): Securing Devices at Home and Work
- Week of October 19 (Week 3): Securing Internet-Connected Devices in Healthcare
- Week of October 26 (Week 4): The Future of Connected Devices
Use NCSAM’s hashtag #BeCyberSmart before and during October to promote your involvement in raising cybersecurity awareness.
Learn about National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2020 by following @StaySafeOnline & @CISAgov www.staysafeonline.org & cisa.gov/ncsam #BeCyberSmart
This month, we are raising awareness about the importance of #cybersecurity and sharing information to help everyone be safer and more secure online. Do your part. #BeCyberSmart #CybersecurityAwarenessMonthWe all have a role to play in ensuring our interconnected world is safer and more resilient for everyone. Empower your friends, colleagues and family to #BeCyberSmart#BeCyberSmart Tip: If you connect it, protect it. Outsmart cyberthreats by regularly updating your software.Any device that connects to the internet is vulnerable to risks. The best defense is to keep device software, web browsers, and operating systems up to date. #BeCyberSmart by turning on auto-updates.Every new internet-connected device is another entry point for a cyber criminal. If you connect it, protect it. Know what steps you need to take to secure all internet-connected devices at work and home. #BeCyberSmart
Visit cisa.gov/ncsam to learn more.
We will also examine how people and infrastructure can adapt to the continuous evolution of Internet-connected devices moving forward. It is not only necessary to safeguard our personal devices, but all the devices we interact with. No matter what the future brings, everyone needs to be to do their part and #BeCyberSmart to ensure the safety of cyberspace.
https://internetworldstats.com/stats.htm pulled 7/28/2020
3 жовтня 2020 р.
HOW DO WE WORK DURING QUARANTINE
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Resources for research and academic writing
The research and learning process is very elaborate and complex. That is why a lot of resources are needed in order to proceed through the research smoothly. American Library recommends you to read and browse the following articles, blog posts, search engines, and resources on the topic:
How To Write An Essay? – Where to start?
A Quick Guide to Dissertation Writing
The Plagiarism Spectrum 2.0 Turnitin Originality.
Learn FAIR! data management practices
An Executive’s Guide to OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) Framework