February 2009, #16
Welcome to the 16th edition of the newsletter of the LAW&ICT Shared Virtual Campus project.
The aim of this newsletter is to keep all the participants in the project and invited people informed of what happened during the last month
The newsletter is also a way for partners to share information with the other partners. All the participants in the project are invited to send news to be included in the next number. Please, send the messages to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Registration in the Law&ICT Shared Virtual Campus
The registration in the LAW&ICT Shared Virtual Campus e-learning offer (LEFIS Master, LEFIS Specialization Certificates and LEFIS Courses of Professional Specialization) is open. The brochure that provides information about the courses is here.
The references to the registration, contents and participation in the Master, Certificates and Courses will be
FUNDACIÓN EMPRESA-UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA
PºFernando el Católico, 2, entr.
+34 976 351508
Fernando Galindo Ayuda
Facultad de Derecho
Tel.- +34 976761455
Jornadas sobre derecho y tecnología
Zaragoza, 4-5 Mayo de 2009. La invitación para enviar comunicaciones y participar en las Jornadas se encuentra AQUÍ.
Updated foreseen Law&ICT Shared Virtual Campus Meetings and Conferences 2009
Beja (Portugal, 7 May), Belfast (United Kingdom, 8-9 June), Istambul (Turkey, 29 June-10 July), La Laguna (Spain, May), Lisbon (Portugal, 8 May), Münster (Germany), Rovaniemi (Finnland, 27 April), Santa Catarina (Brasil, November), Vaasa (Finnland, 23-24 April), Vilnius (Lithuania, 2 March) and Zaragoza (Spain, 4-5 May).
The meetings are open to their coorganization with another activities of institutions and firms participant in
LEFIS. This Newsletter will report about the celebration of the meetings.
Methodologies, Technologies and Tools Enabling e-Government
The Call for papers for the Special Issue on: “Methodologies, Technologies and Tools Enabling
e-Government”, of the International Journal of Electronic Governance (IJEG) is here.
The Special Issue on Developments in Information Technology Law in South Africa JILT 2008 (2) is here.
The Free Knowledge Institute
News on the Free Knowledge Institute can be read here.