Filmmaking training is supported by the resources of the CEU Library’s Media Hub.
Thomas Aichinger joined CEU as Audio Education Specialist overseeing the Audio Lab, the CEU Podcast Library and training in audio production.
The annual USC Shoah Foundation program shows Hungarian teachers how to incorporate testimonies of Holocaust survivors into lessons.
What effect does open science have on academic competition? Who really pays for open access to the scholarly literature? What ethical considerations are there to open data sharing? These were just some of the questions debated at a November 22 conference held at CEU on the challenges and opportunities of open science.
Since 2012, CEU has been an active partner for higher education reform in Myanmar. As part of its efforts, CEU, with assistance and funding from the Open Society Foundation (OSF), has invited more than 50 researchers and faculty from Myanmar to the university for fellowships. This fall, for the first time, CEU is expanding its hosting activities to include the first Myanmar Librarian Fellows.
You could be forgiven for passing the group of teens in downtown Bacsalmas, a small town in southern Hungary one afternoon last April without a second look. Earbuds in, eyes on their phones and tablets, the scene seemed quite ordinary. However, something more taking place. The teens were participating in an iWalk, an educational program that connects physical locations to Holocaust-related events using survivor and witness video testimonies.