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May 20, 2016

[EDEN-News] EDEN Annual Conference, Budapest 2016 – Detailed programme available

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EDEN 2016 Annual Conference: #EDEN16
Registration Open

Budapest, 14-17 June 2016



Detailed programme is now available

The conference programme is set up from over 160 accepted contributions, including research paper sessions, demonstration and poster sessions, workshops, training courses and lively Synergy sessions for new project ideas and in-progress initiatives. See the detailed conference programmehere.

All plenary sessions will be streamed online and open to comment on social media.

Pre-conference workshops

Our free pre-conference workshops will be held on 14 June, at 15:00-18:00

  • “Inspire! – An Unconventional Forum with EDEN Young Scholars” – Young Scholars’ Workshop
    Including: How can young scholars write better quality journal articles? With Michael G. Moore, Ulrich Bernath, and more Editors of online academic Open and Distance Learning Journals
  • “Crossing borders in the comprehensive investigation of labour market matching processes: An EU-wide, trans-disciplinary, multilevel and science-practice-bridging training” – EDUWORKS workshop
  • ECO (E-learning, Communication, Open-data) project workshop
  • “Let us Discuss and Establish the European Science Education Academy (ESEA)”

“The mobility guide on-line” – pre-conference event

The Erasmus+ programme funded OpenPROF project will organise its next Multiplier Event on 14 June, at 12:00-15:00

European policy and practice in Digital Skills and Competences

a Hands-on workshop with representatives of the ET2020 Working Group

This workshop at the EDEN 2016 Annual Conference in Budapest will provide participants with insights into EU policy relating to digital skills and competences. It will also enable participants to share their own experience and knowledge and to identify priorities for future work in the field.

Book and Wine event

EDEN continues the tradition of the Book and Wine event: at the end of the first day (15 June) the lovers of literature and good wines share their latest interesting reading experience through short presentations.

Please contact the conference secretariat if you are interested to join as speaker.

Welcome Reception – featuring the University Chorus

The Welcome Reception will take place in the assembly hall of the central building at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. The University Chorus will be performing for our guests.

Sponsorship opportunity

EDEN is offering sponsorship packages linked to the event. For further details about sponsorship, please consult the Sponsorship Brochure and the Conference Secretariat.

Registration is open

registerThe EDEN Secretariat is taking care of the registration for the Annual Conference. Please visit the Online Registration Form to join the event.

Schedule and Deadlines

Registration Open until 5 June 2016

Conference Dates: 14-17 June 2016

For any conference related questions, including conference services for corporations, please contact the Conference Secretariat at


The EDEN 2016 Annual Conference is the initiative of EDEN supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union. The publications reflect the authors’ views, the EACEA and the European Commission are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information they contain.


EDEN – European Distance and E-Learning Network Secretariat
Tel: +36 1 463 1628, 463 2537 Fax: +36 1 463 1858

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