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Scientix 10th SPNE Brussels 26 Feb 2016: Lindau Nobel

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Presentation of Lindau Nobel, held during the 10th Scientix Projects Networking Event, Brussels, 26 February 2016

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Scientix 10th SPNE Brussels 26 Feb 2016: Lindau Nobel

  1. 1. Lindau Nobel Meetings – Content Source for All Mike W Rogers, Scientix SPNE10, Feb 26th 2016 COVERING: - What is Lindau - The Mediatheque - Co-operation
  2. 2. What are the LINDAU Nobel Laureate Meetings? Since 1951, “Lindau” (under patronage of the Bernadotte family) has hosted regular annual Laureate meetings in the Nobel Prize Sciences, as well as Interdisciplinary meetings, and in Economics. Since 2000 a strategy of internationalisation has reshaped the seminars so that now typically each meeting consists of 50-70 Laureates, 500-700 young scientists from over 80 countries, over 100 accredited journalists and media; and over 50 Directors of Research Programmes or other VIPS in an unprecedented week of interactivity and exchange of ideas. As a spin off, each meeting produces a wealth of material, both by the Laureates as well as the young scientists, who compete to be selected on an excellence basis and represent the best in their field, institute, programme or country. LINDAU is a registered foundation - charity, not for profit, and receives and manages donations and income from the meetings, each of which cost a 7 figure amount to stage. It has >200 Academic partners in all continents, including many national Central Banks (for Economics) It is not a recipient of any H-2020 funding.
  3. 3. Lindau – Mission EDUCATION Mission Education To promote wide recognition for science and research and to foster support for a knowledge-based society is the overall Mission Education of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings – and it applies especially to the area of science education. In this spirit, educative contents of the mediatheque are being gradually developed for use in schools anywhere. Moreover, teachers are supported in their work and involved in the dialogue with scientists, via workshops and content provision with guidelines etc. This Mission objective is the reason Lindau are a part of the SCIENTIX network
  4. 4. The Mediatheque With unique content dating back to 1952, the mediatheque maps a rich history of scientific dialogue. The mediatheque is being developed further to provide a learning platform and research resource for scientists and those fascinated by science, teachers and students. >500 lectures held by Nobel Laureates are already in the mediatheque: It contains more than 600 videos or slide shows, many already subtitled, annotated, abstracted and transcripted. Almost all (esp. more recent) are in English.
  5. 5. The Research Profiles Research Profile of Niels Bohr -biographical profiles of all Nobel Laureates who have thus far participated in the Lindau Meetings -explanatory information on the scientific accomplishments of the laureates - relating their research to the historical as well as to the contemporary scientific context
  6. 6. Topic Clusters - By clustering and contextualising content by editors; compile comprehensible introductions to major scientific fields and topics, like cancer, proteins, or subatomic particles. Topic Clusters „Molecules of Life“ and „Quantum Mechanics“
  7. 7. Mini Lectures Mini Lecture Photosynthesis Following a contemporary didactic approach, the mediatheque is complemented with short animated videos outlining key issues of science and research in an educative and entertaining fashion. Shortly available in EN DE FR ES, partly supported by DG EAC
  8. 8. Nobel Labs 360° - Virtual Lab visitis Nobel Lab 360° of Theodor HänschNobel Labs 360° can be displayed in web applications, on personal tablet computers, or on large touch screens in exhibitions.
  9. 9. Life Paths Mini Lecture Photosynthesis Life Paths of Nobel Laureates Compare life and career paths of Nobel Laureates on a rotatable globe
  10. 10. Current Co-operation with educational content providers -TES (ex Times Educational Supplement), the world’s largest online network of teachers, 7.9Mill Teachers UK -mebis – Landesmedienzentrum Bayern des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums für Unterricht und Kultus DE -SESAM – Landesmedienzentrum Baden-Württemberg DE -Landesmedienzentrum Rheinland-Pfalz DE -Vorarlberger Bildungsservice VOBS AT -Schulmediathek Hamburg der Behörde für Schule und Berufsbildung DE -Education Group GmbH für oberösterreichische Lehrkräfte AT -Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education DE LINDAU has embarked on a strategy to collaborate with non-profit providers of digital educational content, mainly public providers of didactic material for teachers, with the aim to impart and disseminate scientific and career information by and about Nobel Laureates, as role models and visionaries capable of challenging the status quo…. Lindau is looking for loose co-operation with (networks of) content providers that can use/build with this resource to enhance mutual Mission Education objectives -
  11. 11. Summary Lindau is looking for loose co-operation with (networks of) content providers that can use/build with this resource to enhance mutual Mission Education objectives .What do you have to offer or suggest? Talk to Mike W Rogers here today mwronebay@yahoo.com Write to Patricia Edema directly at Lindau at patricia.edema@lindau-nobel.org
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