We have been busy updating learning institutions here, there and everywhere!
Europa World of Learning Online is already a vast bank of information on academic institutions on a global scale. Where else would you find detailed entries not only for the big name institutions but also for more obscure institutions in the developing world? Did you know, for example, that Honduras has a fantastic archaeological museum in the Comayagua Valley? Or that there is a Vietnamese Association of Historians active in Hanoi?
We have been busy bees and have rolled out lots of new content for 2012. In fact, Europa World of Learning Online is constantly updated to reflect changes in staff, contact information, URLs, physical addresses etc. Some of the highlights so far this year include:
over 125 new entries were added for Pakistan, complementing the major changes we made to records for Bangladesh and India in December. Users now have access to updated information on universities, museums, learned societies and other academic institutions across the country
entries for the education system of Kazakhstan have been updated and expanded. More than one hundred new entries were added in February, and 96 records were spruced up with new contact names and email addresses, phone numbers etc.
fully updated country-specific introductions for thirty-eight countries, including Albania, Argentina, Australia, Barbados, Belgium, Namibia, Nepal, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, the Palestinian Autonomous Areas, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal and more.
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