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EDEN Open Classroom Conference in Aalborg
17-20 November 2015, Aalborg, Denmark
Organised in collaboration with: The Aalborg University
D4Learning 2015: International Conference on Innovations with Digital Learning for Inclusion (D4L)
The 1st D4Learning Conference is an international conference, organised by theD4Learning Research group (Aalborg University) in collaboration with EDEN, within the Open Classroom Conference series. The event will focus on distance education and new technologies in school level education and training.
The D4L Conference serves as a forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development and applications on all topics related to the use of digital technology for inclusion.
Lindholm Høje Museum
Aalborgs new waterfront
The EDEN Open Classroom Conference is the initiative of EDEN supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union.
Projects, practices, showcases
DigiSkills Good Practices: Time to tell your opinion!
Good practices are available for the enhancement of educators’ digital skills on various levels. The DigiSkills project is finishing now and we invite you to dedicate 10 minutes of your time to give us feedback on the portal’s good practices through this short online evaluation form. This will help us to further develop this online tool.
The Digiskills project was co-organising the Open Classroom Conference in Athens (#OCCAthens) in September. The evaluation form and more information on the event resources are available in its latest online Newsletter.
OpenPROF Trainings and Events for OERs
The OpenPROF partnership has finished the development of three online and freely available trainings that will help OER developers to create their own educational material. The trainings include:
- OER and sustainability models
- ICT tools to develop and adapt OER
- Curriculum design
Furthermore, the Open Professional Collaboration for Innovation Conferenceincludes an OpenPROF event where the partners share lessons learnt and methodology for OERs. Information about this event and tools to create your own OER practice are available in the recently released OpenPROF Newsletter.
New TALOE webinar: “Be aware what you are asking for! Assessment criteria and analytics.”
A new webinar “Be aware what you are asking for! Assessment criteria and analytics.” is due on 21 October, 2015 at 11.00 CET, as part of the TALOE webinar series “Talks on e-assessment and learning outcomes“. The lecturer will be Blaženka Divjak, professor at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics. In the webinar two case studies will be presented dealing with creation of assessment rubrics, their implementation and follow up learning analytics.
Participants can join the webinar at https://connect.srce.hr/taloe_webinars/without previous registration.
Seminar: TALOE webtool on e-assessment strategies for online courses
TALOE project will hold its final seminar on 17th November 2015, in Brussels(Université Libre de Bruxelles). Learn and experiment the webtool to propose assessment methods related with type of learning outcomes/competences.
The registration is free, however, seats are limited. You can register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, job title, organisation and contact details such as email address, telephone and postal address. Confirmation of availability will be sent by email.
17 November 2015, Brussels
Visions of the Future of Learning Analytics
The Learning Analytics Community Exchange – LACE project has launched a survey to collect views on eight visions of the future of learning analytics. Exploring the trends underlying the growth of learning analytics, and ideas on how the field will develop, is part of a policy Delphi. You are very welcome to participate if you are curious about these visions, and would like to add your views to the policy Delphi. There is more information on the LACE website, or you can go directly to thesurvey.
Training Action Booklet is available to help children with medical needs
The LeHo (Learning at Home and in the Hospital) project is successfully collecting and sharing good practices which include innovative technologies and methodologies in order to support the education of children with medical needs. The practices and other topic-related publications are available on the online hub. A Training Action Booklet has been recently published by the Children’s Hospital School Leicester and is available here.
OERup! – Self-guided blended-learning trainings: November 2015 – March 2016
Join the training sessions to learn about how you could capitalise on OER and OEP in adult education! Participation is especially valuable for managers of adult education institutions, for teachers, trainers, mentors and tutors.
Opening webinar: 21 October 2015
Read more and join the training for free here.
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