WIPO and Bulgaria Create Teaching IP Portal
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the Bulgarian University for National and World Economy (UNWE) have recently created the Teaching Intellectual Property web portal, which allows professionals in the field of IP teaching to communicate and exchange relevant information, tips and best practices.
The portal is part of the WIPO project aimed at improving the quality of IP education in countries in transition, particularly the countries of Central and East Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia as well as some Mediterranean countries.
The portal contains useful information and links and provides a platform where experts, educational institutions, scientists and anyone interested in IP teaching can register, upload content and create profiles and discussion forums in both English and Russian.
Prepared by: Elena Marinova
For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Source: Bulgarian IPO
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