The main focus of the book is the advances in telecommunications modeling, policy, and technology. In particular, several chapters of the book deal with low-level network layers and present issues in optical communication technology and optical networks, including the deployment of optical hardware devices and the design of optical network architecture. Wireless networking is also covered, with a focus on WiFi and WiMAX technologies.
As part of the oral evidence session with the Secretary of State for Education, Michael Gove, the UK
Parliament’s Education Select Committee used Twitter to reﬂect the publics’ main concerns about
education in the UK. They asked one question: ‘What one education policy question do you think the
committee should ask Michael Gove?’ and respondents were asked to use the hashtag ‘AskGove’
in their response (Figure 15).
The committee received 5,081 responses in ﬁve days, the majority of which were substantive ques-
tions on education policy.
Typically, participants arrive on a Sunday afternoon, register and
meet the staff and their colleagues. Class sessions are held in the
afternoon and evening and syndicate groups are established.
The rest of the week comprises a variety of activities in morning,
afternoon and evening sessions. Each residential is different.
However they all offer a range of activities that incorporate
experiential learning and engagement with practitioners and
industry experts. There is usually syndicate group work and visits
to businesses or other organisations.
When the EFM arrived at Post, he immediately met someone who was interested in art lessons
for her children, which led to a weekly art session. He was introduced to the Cultural Attaché at
the Embassy, who provided him with a list of galleries in Rome which he could contact to
potentially exhibit his work. Loretta then introduced him to the son of Norman Rockwell, a
renowned sculptor, to seek his advice after his 30 plus years of living in Rome. She also put him
in contact with a photographer/artist who was seeking an assistant.
“In just a...
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The consultations of May 29 enabled the different constituencies—social funds’ directors, NGO
representatives, municipal representatives, and international development agencies officials—
to discuss the initial outcomes of the workshop, to elaborate upon common strategies for the
promotion and improvement of social funds, and to arrive at recommendations that were then
presented at the final plenary session.