CEVEConseil de l'Enseignement et de la Vie Etudiante (French: Board of Education and Student Life)
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The design of a traditional constructive system for a house cover with a wooden structure was carried out, and the calculation of the thermal transmittance, K, was performed for the climatic zone of Cordoba, which is classified as a Zone IIIA (Temperate dry), according to Argentine Institute of Normalization and Certification (IRAM) Standard 11603/96, using four different types of constructive elements: zinc sheets, concrete tiles, ceramic tiles, and CEVE roofing tiles [11] made from recycled rubber and plastics.
Description of the Technology Used for the Production of Roofing Tiles Made from Recycled Material Developed by CEVE
A comparison has been made between the properties of the roofing tiles developed by CEVE made from recycled materials and other traditional roofing elements in our country such as zinc sheets and concrete and ceramic tiles acquired from manufacturers of these products in the city of Cordoba, Argentina.
According to the above we can conclude that there is no focused and concrete evaluation framework for evaluating CEVEs. One the one hand, there are many techniques and evaluation frameworks for evaluating either the pedagogical or the technical nature of CSCL systems but none of them is focused on the CEVE nature of the elearning system.
This collection of items is necessary to formulate specific questionnaires and hence to find and eliminate disturbance factors from the implementation of a CEVE (Goebbels et al., 2003).
(ed..) (2005), Mapping Serbia's Labor Market: Assessing Regional Risks and Potentials, CEVES, Belgrade; the project was supported by USAID
Arandarenko and published in early 2006 by CEVES, Belgrade.