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EthicsWeb: accesso integrato a banche dati sulla bioetica

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EthicsWeb è un’iniziativa finanziata dalla Commissione Europea con l’obiettivo di fornire un accesso integrato alle varie banche dati normative e documentarie sui temi della bioetica per favorire lo scambio delle informazioni nei vai paesi dell’Unione.

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«ETHICSWEB strives to be the common European access point in regard to information on science and ethics with focus on European activities.

It is the overall aim of ETHICSWEB to stimulate an enhanced democratic debate on ethical issues of science and to promote a more engaged and informed public. Therefore, existing information and documentation systems will be connected to allow and ensure an easy access to comprehensive information on science and ethics. At the same time sophisticated tools, both technical and semantic, will be applied or – if necessary developed – to make the huge amount of information available for all parties involved. ETHICSWEB will be a common, decentralized European access point for information that is made available in different European member states, by various regional providers and centres as well as by international organizations.

ETHICSWEB strives for the documentation of different sources which include information on ethics and science like

  • literature;
  • laws, regulations and guidelines;
  • training materials and training programmes;
  • academic exchange programmes;
  • centres, projects and experts;
  • events and news (such as conferences, calls for papers and new initiatives)».

URL: <http://www.ethicsweb.eu/node/1>

Europeana Regia: manoscritti medievali e rinascimentali digitalizzati

Europeana Regia, nato all’interno del più ampio progetto Europeana, si propone di digitalizzare e rendere fruibili gratuitamente in rete 874 preziosi manoscritti del Medioevo e del Rinascimento, con la collaborazione di cinque grandi biblioteche: la Bibliothèque nationale de France, la Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, la Biblioteca Històrica dell’Università di Valencia, la Herzog August Bibliothek di Wolfenbüttel, la Biblioteca Reale del Belgio. La conclusione del progetto è prevista per giugno 2012.

I codici manoscritti (scorri qui l’elenco completo dei codici già digitalizzati) sono stati raggruppati in tre sottocollezioni:

Europeana Regia è un progetto finanziato dalla Commissione europea.

January 2010 marked the beginning of the Europeana Regia project, which will digitise 874 rare and precious manuscripts from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, with the collaboration of five major libraries located in four countries and the support of the European Commission. The project is expected to run for thirty months (January 2010 to June 2012) and will draw together three collections of royal manuscripts that are currently dispersed and which represent European cultural activity at three distinct periods in history: the Biblioteca Carolina (8th and 9th centuries), the Library of Charles V and Family (14th century) and the Library of the Aragonese Kings of Naples (15th and 16th centuries). These manuscripts will be fully accessible on the websites of the partner libraries and will also be included in Europeana.

URL: <http://www.europeanaregia.eu>