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VISIR Fourth Consultation: What actions should be taken to boost and scale e-learning Micro Innovation Europe?
The VISIR – “VIsion, Scenarios, Insights and Recommendations on how ICT may help making lifelong learning a reality for all“ project has arrived to its fourth phase of online consultations targeting the professional community of open, distance and e-learning, ICT enhanced education and learning innovation.
Whilst getting closer to the formulation of key messages for the stakeholders of ICT enhanced learning innovation, we invite your opinion to finalise the strategic recommendations.
It will take only few minutes of your time. Please visit the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VISIR4EN
To see the full description, click here.
Learning Analytics Community Exchange – 1st LACE Newsletter
Analysis of data to inform decision-making in education and training has the potential to provide evidence-based insights into learner abilities and patterns of behaviour which in turn can provide crucial insights to guide curriculum design and delivery, to improve outcomes for all learners, and so contribute to national and European economic and social well-being.
Learning analytics (LA) and educational data mining (EDM) offer a valuable source of policy evidence but may also help to teach and assess 21st century skills. The main aim of the LACE – Learning Analytics Community Exchange project is to capture and assess key issues and problems as they arise. This is the first newsletter of the project.
EU-level policies for OER Uptake
Following an online consultation on the Open Education Europa portal, the final version of the three types of policy recommendations (in the higher education, schools and vocational education and training sector) will be available on the POERUP website soon. The supporting arguments, references, concordances with Opening Up Education etc., are still to be integrated into a public narrative report, meanwhile a summary table is already available online for consultation.
We are also pleased to announce that an early version of the POERUP OER Map is also available – this should undergo some major improvements during the next month, so please check back again later.
More information about the results of the project can be found in its fourth newsletter.
Update on the NEST community and more
Since our previous newsletter the NEST community held two national events in Hungary and in Spain as well as an international workshop at the recently held EDEN Annual Conference. On the occasion of the Hungarian event, the focus of the present newsletter is Hungary. Other titles include: the Piklerian approach, Kamishibai – the paper theater as well as a link to the hot of the press Eurydice Key Data on Early Childhood Education and Care in Europe 2014 report that aims to provide insights into what constitutes high quality early childhood education and care through policy-driven and internationally comparable indicators. This is the second report on the topic, following a 2009 report that focused on tackling social and cultural inequalities through ECEC. Read newsletter here.
E-learning Solutions for VET – E-SOLVE Summer Camp
25-28 August 2014, Balatonalmádi, Hungary
The LLP co-funded E-SOLVE project is collecting and analysing projects and practices providing e-learning solutions for “white collar” vocational education and training. You are welcome to submit your own project here to enrich the collection.
E-SOLVE is organising a free hands-on Summer Camp, where a selection of the best cases will be introduced and representatives of these VET projects and other VET stakeholders (e-learning developers, training providers, etc.) will have the chance to collaborate with each other. Over the 4 days the E-SOLVE partners will also aim to supply the participants with both theoretical and practical knowledge and advice, as well as give support on practice adaptation and successful dissemination.
Join the VM-Pass Living Lab
The VM-Pass – Implementing Recognition of Virtual Mobility and OER Learning through a Learning Passport – project was organising successful face-to-face and online recruitment seminars in the past months. The seminars served as opportunities for interested institutions to receive information on open learning recognition as a concept, the latest developments in recognition in HEIs, the Recognition Clearinghouse and the learning passport. If you missed these opportunities, you can hear the recording of the last webinar and join the Living Lab by writing to email@example.com.
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