The second monthly seminar was held on 24 November 2021 online with 12 real-time participants from the AI³ /SOI Asia community.
Ai Sugiura from UNESCO Jakarta shared the newly adopted UNESCO Open Science Recommendation, and participants discussed the way of our contribution to its implementation mechanisms for Asia and the Pacific Region.
She also shared her new STEM Education program focused on environmental issues utilizing UNESCO resources and EBA (EvidenceBased Approach) Project. The target of this program, high school students of India, Thailand, Indonesia, and South Korea, are expected to learn about the process of the data becoming information using Arduinos kits.
|Universiti Sains Malaysia||Chong Yung Wey|
|Universitas Syiah Kuala||Rahmad Dawood|
|Universitas Sam Ratulangi||Alwin Sambul|
|UNESCO Jakarta Office||Ai Sugiura|
|APNIC Foundation||Marcos Sadao Maekawa|
|Keio University||Keiko Okawa, Achmad Husni Thamrin, Keisuke Uehara,|
Noriatsu Kudo, Eliko Akashi, Rika Ikeda, Fathima Assilmia