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October 8, 2017

[EDEN-News] Open Classroom Conference Athens – Conference Highlights

From Friday’s inbox…

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Conference Programme Available
20-22 October, 2017

Registration is free!

REGISTRATION | VENUE | PRE-CONFERENCE EVENT | STAYING IN ATHENS

Invitation

The aim of the conference is to introduce and discuss the notion of the “Open School”. A school that effectively introduces innovations in education is an engaging environment not only for the students and teachers. It re-designs learning to accommodate and include difference and brings together families, community groups, local businesses, experts, universities, and others into an innovation ecosystem.

Conference highlights

Conference registration will start on 20 October 2017 at 17:00, followed by the Conference Opening Session: “From Open Classrooms to Open Schools” at 18:30. EDEN’s Secretary General, Dr. Andras Szucs will give the opening speech.

The keynote speakers include:

  • Angelos Lazoudis, Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Greece
  • Rosa Doran, Núcleo Interativo de Astronomia, Portugal
  • Dr Elias Messinas, Ecoweek, Israel
  • and a representative of IEP, Institute of Educational Policy, Greece

Angelos LazoudisRosan DoranElias Messinas

The social event “Schools serving their communities: Observation Night at the School Observatory” will take place on Friday from 21:30.

Saturday, 21 October 2017 has a busy schedule, packed with interesting, colourful sessions and workshops, focusing on New Pedagogies for Open Schools, STEM approaches in Open Schools, Open School: an inclusive environment, New Technologies for Open Schools, to name just a few major topics.

For more information on the schedule, see the detailed conference programme here.

Pre-conference event

t-mailOn Friday 20 October 2017 from 13:00 to 17:00, the pre-conference event “How to promote the development of self-regulated learning for primary school children?” will take place.

The tMAIL – Teacher Mobile Application for Innovative Learning project team has developed a mobile application that supports primary school teachers in the promotion of their students SRL skills. This free of charge event is an opportunity for the participating teachers to test the app, try their hands on Self Regulated Learning (SRL), familiarise themselves with the theoretical background and learn techniques how to integrate the teaching of SRL in their classroom activities.

Registration for the conference

Attendance at the conference is free, however, a registration is necessary. Please register here.

Data collected for the purposes of the Open Schools for Open Societies 2017 will never be released without your consent and will only be used for the organization of administrative issues concerning your attendance at the conference.

Important dates and deadlines

Submission of full Papers & Posters (for publication in the proceedings): 10 October 2017
Conference Dates: 20-22 October 2017

Conference Venue: Athens, Greece

Once again, the Open Classroom Conference returns to Athens, one of the world’s leading destinations. Of course, everyone knows the ancient history of the city and the myths surrounding it. Today, as a city dating back to antiquity, Athens is an interesting case study of architecture and is home to a variety of styles, from Greco-Roman to Neoclassical to modern.

The beginning of October brings warm, sunny days, with only a small chance of rain, and an average daily temperature of 19-20°C – perfect for exploring the city, especially as the number of tourists decreases after the summer months.

To help plan your stay, here are some useful sites:

Sights of Athens

Lonely Planet

Trip Advisor

athens

Contact

Conference website: http://openschool2017.ea.gr/

Inquiries in relation to the conference should be sent to: zygouritsas@ea.gr and athens@eden-online.org

Erasmus

The Open Classroom Conference is the initiative of EDEN supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union

EDEN

EDEN – European Distance and E-Learning Network Secretariat
Tel: +36 1 463 1628, 463 2537 Fax: +36 1 463 1858
E-mail: athens@eden-online.org
http://www.eden-online.org

September 16, 2017

[EDEN-News] Open Classroom Conference Athens: Open Schools for Open Societies

Another item from Thursday’s inbox…

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Join us in Athens!
20-22 October, 2017

Registration is free!

CALL | THEMES REGISTRATION | VENUE | PRE-CONFERENCE EVENT | STAYING IN ATHENS

Invitation:

The aim of the conference is to introduce and discuss the notion of the “Open School”. A school that effectively introduces innovations in education is an engaging environment not only for the students and teachers. It re-designs learning to accommodate and include difference and brings together families, community groups, local businesses, experts, universities, and others into an innovation ecosystem.

Call for papers

Proposals are invited for Papers and Poster presentations on the selected themes. Abstracts and inquiries about the conference content should be sent by e-mail no later than 15 September 2017. For information on submission, please consult the conference website.

Paper presentations may include research results or reviews of existing results, including empirical or theoretical studies, policy reviews, comprehensive case studies, and presentation of project results, if they are in their conclusive phase.

Posters are welcome about work-in-progress, achievements of initial research, projects in their early stages of development, case studies, etc. Poster presentations will be themed and moderated in related sessions and published in the Proceedings.

Presentations of large scale implementations in science education are also welcome.

Important dates and deadlines

Submission for abstracts: 15 September 2017
Notification of Authors: 22 September 2017
Submission of full Papers & Posters (for publication in the proceedings): 10 October 2017
Conference Dates: 20-22 October 2017

Pre-conference event

t-mailOn Friday 20th October 2017, the pre-conference event “How to promote the development of self-regulated learning for primary school children?” will take place.

The tMAIL – Teacher Mobile Application for Innovative Learning project team has developed a mobile application that supports primary school teachers in the promotion of their students SRL skills. This free of charge event is an opportunity for the participating teachers to test the app, try their hands on Self Regulated Learning (SRL), familiarise themselves with the theoretical background and learn techniques how to integrate the teaching of SRL in their classroom activities.

Conference Venue: Athens, Greece

Once again, the Open Classroom Conference returns to Athens, one of the world’s leading destinations. Of course, everyone knows the ancient history of the city and the myths surrounding it. Today, as a city dating back to antiquity, Athens is an interesting case study of architecture and is home to a variety of styles, from Greco-Roman to Neoclassical to modern.

The beginning of October brings warm, sunny days, with only a small chance of rain, and an average daily temperature of 19-20°C – perfect for exploring the city, especially as the number of tourists decreases after the summer months.

To help plan your stay, here are some useful sites:

Sights of Athens

Lonely Planet

Trip Advisor

athens

Contact

Conference website: http://openschool2017.ea.gr/

Inquiries in relation to the conference should be sent to: zygouritsas@ea.gr and athens@eden-online.org

Erasmus

The Open Classroom Conference is the initiative of EDEN supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union

EDEN

EDEN – European Distance and E-Learning Network Secretariat
Tel: +36 1 463 1628, 463 2537 Fax: +36 1 463 1858
E-mail: athens@eden-online.org
http://www.eden-online.org

_______________________________________________
EDEN-News mailing list
EDEN-News@eden-online.org

June 1, 2017

[EDEN-News] EDEN Annual Conference, Jönköping 2017 – Update In The Programme, Sneak Peek At Workshops

From yesterday’s inbox…

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EDEN 2017 Annual Conference: #EDEN17
Update in the programme,
sneak peek at workshops

Jönköping, Sweden 13-16 June 2017

REGISTRATION | KEYNOTES | DETAILED PROGRAMME | SOCIAL EVENTS
PRACTICAL INFORMATION
| DEADLINES

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jkpgThe conference is hosted by the Jönköping University in co-operation with Destination Jönköping and SADE, the Swedish Association for Open and Distance Learning and supported by the Jönköping City Council.

Registration is open

The EDEN Secretariat is taking care of the registration for the Annual Conference. The registration fee includes access to all conference facilities, the electronic Conference Proceedings, the Welcome Cocktail, lunches and refreshments during the conference days. The fee does not include accommodation and the conference dinner.register

For more information on fees and discounts, visit the Conference Registration page.

Detailed conference programme available

programme booklet coverThe Conference programme includes plenaries, parallel sessions with paper presentations, workshops, trainings, moderated poster and demo sessions and the synergy strand, ensuring digital interactivity and cooperation on the social web.

The event starts on Tuesday afternoon on 13 June, with registration, followed by the Welcome Reception and ends with a Farewell Coffee on 16 June.

The detailed conference programme can be viewed here.

The conference structure can be reached here. Eventual programme changes may apply.

UPDATE IN THE PROGRAMME

In the end of the first Conference day, just after the EDEN Annual General Meeting on 14 June, it is planned – based on the nice experience of the Oxford Research Workshop in 2014 – to organise a “Walk and Talk” event in the bright Nordic evening. We shall take a trajectory around the lake Munksjön.

EDEN members and conference delegates are invited to join the conference featured speakers, EDEN Executive Committee and Network of Academics and Professionals post bearers – and discuss about any matters of interest around EDEN, Learning Innovation in the world, Openness, the future of Digital Education and alike.

The sunset that evening will be at 10:06pm.

Would the weather not be friendly, the discussion will take place in the Orangerie room of the University.

The Walk and Talk programme replaces the Book and Wine evening for which less interest was expressed this year.

sunset

Sneak peek at conference workshops

How to Facilitate Diversity in Flexible Learning?

Technology enhanced learning is today’s learning for new groups of students. It changes our learning styles, institutional strategies, teaching and learning skills.

National associations of flexible learning and technology enhanced learning (TEL) professionals are usually the ones who unite professionals applying technologies in learning facilitate learners, teachers and institutions to promote learning using new technologies.

Learning should support diversity. The conference theme is “Diversity Matters” we mean this is a very important aspect when developing result oriented learning. It is very important to develop and facilitate application of technologies in learning that support diversity. ICT supported lifelong learning brings individual learning and knowledge, as well as very rationale application of learning results in professional practices.

synergy

Enhancing Diversity with Open Badges

This workshop introduces Open Badges as a novel approach and a technical tool to recognise, validate and communicate a diversity of skills and achievements of an individual learner in a digital, verifiable and information-rich format.

Certificates, school grades and workload-based credits tell us nothing about learner’s competencies, skills, experiences, motivations or attitudes. Open Badges are a new concept addressing the weak points of traditional credentialing systems. Open Badges are learner-centered and can be used for micro-credentialing of 21st century skills, including digital skills, creativity, critical thinking, entrepreneurship or team skills, all of which rarely get captured by traditional certificates.

From OER to OEP

Despite the rapid development of Open Education movement, there are still many challenges identified by education organizations, teachers and trainers, e-learning centre staff members and also learners themselves that prevent the uptake and mainstreaming of open education using and developing of Open Educational Resources (OERs). One of the major challenge is to integrate OERs in curriculum designing transferring OER to Open Educational Practices (OEP) because of lack of skills and competences of participants to find and use, to find and adapt or to develop OERs due to restricted information on which ICT tools are most suitable for one or another purpose.

Join the #EDENChat on 15 June, live from the conference!

On 15 June, starting at 16:15, during the “How to Conduct an Academic Chat via Twitter – The #edenchat Case” workshop, Antonella Poce will be moderating a discussion on the same topic. Join in on twitter using the #EDENChat hashtag.

#EDENChat is a scheduled online discussion event on Twitter where anyone can join in and contribute to the discussions on current issues in distance, open and e-learning. In the most recent #EDENChat we discussed MOOCs and soft skills development in higher education. Read all the archived discussions here.

#eden17 live stream of plenary sessions

We are happy to announce, that the #eden17 Conference Plenary Sessions will be live streamed on EDEN’s youtube channel. Tune in to see your favourite keynote speakers every day according to the official programme schedule and share your thoughts and reflections using the official conference hashtag: #eden17.

Selected keynote speakers will be interviewed on video by Steve Wheeler on behalf of the EDEN NAP Steering Committee. All the recorded videos will be uploaded to Youtube.

Diversity will be with us – Almost 40 countries in the pool of presenters!

You will have the opportunity to meet and discuss with speakers from the Universities of Roma, Delft, Regensburg, Zagreb, Stockholm, Budapest, Saxonia, London, Oldenburg, Denmark, Porto, Rioja, Baden-Württenberg, the Baltics from Europe – as well as with proferssionals from other continents: University of Maryland, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Hongkong, Turkey, India, Beijing University, Southern Queensland, Sydney, Mexico, Nepal, the Middle-East, not to mention the leading Open Universities of the world: OU UK, UNED Spain (Madrid), UOC Catalunya, South-Africa, Turkey (Anadolu), and Athabasca (CA).

Recognising excellence

recognitionYour papers, posters and training submissions are not only subjected to the conference evaluators’ thorough assessment, but could also win one of EDEN’s prestigious awards. We are keen to promote and inspire professionals by recognising excellence and will continue the tradition of distinguishing Best Papers and Best Practice Initiatives. Everybody who has an accepted submission for presentation will receive a Speaker badge and all conference participants will be awarded a Participant badge.

schedule

Schedule and Deadlines

The call is closed

Registration open

Conference Dates: 13-16 June 2017

For any conference related questions contact the Conference Secretariat
at jonkoping@eden-online.org.

Erasmus

The EDEN 2017 Annual Conference is the initiative of EDEN supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union.

EDEN

EDEN – European Distance and E-Learning Network Secretariat
Tel: +36 1 463 1628, 463 2537 Fax: +36 1 463 1858
E-mail: jonkoping@eden-online.org
http://www.eden-online.org

_______________________________________________
EDEN-News mailing list
EDEN-News@eden-online.org

May 17, 2017

[EDEN-News] EDEN Annual Conference, Jönköping 2017 – Detailed Conference Programme Available, Sneak Peek At Workshops

I haven’t had a chance to check for any K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning sessions.

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EDEN 2017 Annual Conference: #EDEN17
Detailed conference programme available,
sneak peek at workshops

Jönköping, Sweden 13-16 June 2017

REGISTRATION | KEYNOTES | DETAILED PROGRAMME | SOCIAL EVENTS
PRACTICAL INFORMATION
| DEADLINES

sade

jkpgThe conference is hosted by the Jönköping University in co-operation with Destination Jönköping and SADE, the Swedish Association for Open and Distance Learning and supported by the Jönköping City Council.

Registration is open

The EDEN Secretariat is taking care of the registration for the Annual Conference. The registration fee includes access to all conference facilities, the electronic Conference Proceedings, the Welcome Cocktail, lunches and refreshments during the conference days. The fee does not include accommodation and the conference dinner.register

For more information on fees and discounts, visit the Conference Registration page.

Detailed conference programme available

programme
                        booklet coverThe Conference programme includes plenaries, parallel sessions with paper presentations, workshops, trainings, moderated poster and demo sessions and the synergy strand, ensuring digital interactivity and cooperation on the social web.

The event starts on Tuesday afternoon on 13 June, with registration, followed by the Welcome Reception and ends with a Farewell Coffee on 16 June.

The detailed conference programme can be viewed here.

The conference structure can be reached here. Eventual programme changes may apply.

Sneak peek at the free pre-conference workshops by SADE

Digital Transformation And Diversity In A Swedish Context

The detailed programme for this event is also available, please visit this link to view it. Topics discussed will include:

  • Digital transformation and diversity in a Swedish context, and about SADE
  • A digital agenda for higher education – what would Google do?
  • Technology enhanced learning to support inclusion and integration of migrants
  • Mobile language learning applications for integration of Arabic speaking migrants in Sweden

Register here for the event.

Special Interest Group on TEL and Quality Enhancement

The first part of these workshop sessions – or learning cafés – will also be held on 13 June as a free pre-conference workshop. It will introduce and present EDEN’s Special Interest Group (SIG) on Technology Enabled Learning (TEL), and Quality Enhancement.

State of the art in research and practices, current challenges and challenges ahead will be discussed. In this session the aims of the SIG group will be discussed. The series of workshops/learning cafe will be introduced, which will take place – one every day – during the days of the Annual Conference.

The series includes the following workshops:

  • Renewing the Quality Agenda – 14 June
  • Quality In TEL On Micro, Meso And Macro Level, And Who Are The Stakeholders. Why And How Do They Have An Interest? – 15 June
  • Innovation for Quality Leadership – 16 June

Synergy sessions – envision your research and project plans with the expert community

“Synergy” – a unique feature of the EDEN conferences incorporating interactive, network building sessions always offers outstandingly rich portfolio of projects and initiatives will feature again in Jönköping.

synergy

Critical thinking, online higher education observatory, digital democracy, open badges, mobile apps for self-regulated learning, e-schools, decision making at universities, MOOCs for the business world – some of the themes which will be steering these sessions, dedicated to interactive knowledge sharing, networking to inspire project ideas and partnerships, to support sustainability of projects.

A Taster from Interesting Paper Titles

  • Developing Effective and Culturally Sensitive Learning Resources to Improve the Integration Process of Migrants in France
  • 100 MOOC Project for SMES: What do They Need
  • Academic Communication via Twitter – The Case of #EDENChats
  • Toward a Mobile Open and Social Language Learning Paradigm
  • The Importance of Openness within Digital Literacy
  • Roadmap for the Future of Open Education in Australia
  • Effective Strategic Decision Making on Open and Distance Education Issues
  • The social dimension of European MOOC response: making diversity a strength!
  • Factors that Predict Differential Online Versus Face-to-Face Course Outcomes: Evidence from Germany and the United States
  • Framework for Digitally Mature Schools
  • E-Learning and Multiculturality in Mexico
  • A Research about the Design of Programmes for China Online Higher Education

Diversity will be with us – Almost 40 countries in the pool of presenters!

You will have the opportunity to meet and discuss with speakers from the Universities of Roma, Delft, Regensburg, Zagreb, Stockholm, Budapest, Saxonia, London, Oldenburg, Denmark, Porto, Rioja, Baden-Württenberg, the Baltics from Europe – as well as with proferssionals from other continents: University of Maryland, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Hongkong, Turkey, India, Beijing University, Southern Queensland, Sydney, Mexico, Nepal, the Middle-East, not to mention the leading Open Universities of the world: OU UK, UNED Spain (Madrid), UOC Catalunya, South-Africa, Turkey (Anadolu), and Athabasca (CA).

Recognising excellence

recognitionYour papers, posters and training submissions are not only subjected to the conference evaluators’ thorough assessment, but could also win one of EDEN’s prestigious awards. We are keen to promote and inspire professionals byrecognising excellence and will continue the tradition of distinguishing Best Papers and Best Practice Initiatives. The conference participants can also make their voices heard – they will be able to vote on their favourite posters on display – the poster earning the highest number of votes will receive the conference’s Poster Prize. Everybody who has an accepted submission for presentation will receive aSpeaker badge and all conference participants will be awarded a Participant badge.

Special offer: Discounted travel with Lufthansa Group Partner Airlines

lufthansaThe Lufthansa Group airlines offer a comprehensive global route network and exclusive prices and conditions to our participants, visitors, exhibitors, and invited guests. Read more on how to use the special offer.

Conference Venue: Jönköping

Jönköping is an excellent example of an impressively developing University, city and region which attracts economic, cultural and social progress and modernisation. The Scandinavian countries and particularly Sweden have always been in the forefront of learning innovation, open and digital education. We look forward with excitement to a memorable conference in 2017!

jonkoping

Join the Community in the exciting city of Jönköping to share your research, projects and practice at #EDEN17!

The conference will take part within the research environment CCD at the School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University with the support of Destination Jönköping.

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.

Exhibition stands will also be available for booking.

schedule

Schedule and Deadlines

The call is closed, with eventual late submission requests please address the Conference Secretariat directly

Registration open

Conference Dates: 13-16 June 2017

For any conference related questions contact the Conference Secretariat
at jonkoping@eden-online.org.

Erasmus

The EDEN 2017 Annual Conference is the initiative of EDEN supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union.

EDEN

EDEN – European Distance and E-Learning Network Secretariat
Tel: +36 1 463 1628, 463 2537 Fax: +36 1 463 1858
E-mail: jonkoping@eden-online.org
http://www.eden-online.org

May 4, 2017

[EDEN-News] EDEN Annual Conference, Jönköping 2017 – Detailed Conference Programme Available

From yesterday’s inbox…

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EDEN 2017 Annual Conference: #EDEN17
Detailed conference programme available

Jönköping, Sweden 13-16 June 2017

REGISTRATION | KEYNOTES | DETAILED PROGRAMME | SOCIAL EVENTS
PRACTICAL INFORMATION
| DEADLINES

sade

jkpgThe conference is hosted by the Jönköping University in co-operation with Destination Jönköping and SADE, the Swedish Association for Open and Distance Learning and supported by the Jönköping City Council.

Registration is open

The EDEN Secretariat is taking care of the registration for the Annual Conference. The registration fee includes access to all conference facilities, the electronic Conference Proceedings, the Welcome Cocktail, lunches and refreshments during the conference days. The fee does not include accommodation and the conference dinner.register

For more information, visit the Conference Registration page.

Detailed conference programme available

programme
                        booklet coverThe Conference programme includes plenaries, parallel sessions with paper presentations, workshops, trainings, moderated poster and demo sessions and the synergy strand, ensuring digital interactivity and cooperation on the social web.

The event starts on Tuesday afternoon on 13 June, with registration, followed by the Welcome Reception and ends with a Farewell Coffee on 16 June.

The detailed conference programme can be viewed here.

The conference structure can be reached here. Eventual programme changes may apply.

Synergy sessions – envision your research and project plans with the expert community

“Synergy” – a unique feature of the EDEN conferences incorporating interactive, network building sessions always offers outstandingly rich portfolio of projects and initiatives will feature again in Jönköping.

synergy

Critical thinking, online higher education observatory, digital democracy, open badges, mobile apps for self-regulated learning, e-schools, decision making at universities, MOOCs for the business world – some of the themes which will be steering these sessions, dedicated to interactive knowledge sharing, networking to inspire project ideas and partnerships, to support sustainability of projects.

New plenary speaker joins the conference

Willem van Valkenburg

andreiaManager of Production and Delivery at TU Delft Extension School, Member of the Board of Directors of the Open Education Consortium

He is part of the leadership of the TU Delft Extension School. He is responsible for the production and delivery of OpenCourseWare, DelftX MOOCs, online Professional Education and online BSc and MSc programmes.

He has been a part of the Open Education Consortium since 2008. First as assistant of former president Anka Mulder and since 2013 as a board member of the Consortium. He holds a Master of Science in System Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management of Delft University of Technology. Learn more about him here.

He will be giving a Report on the “Year of Open” at the closing plenary session.

Keynote titles revealed

keynoteAndreia Inamorato dos Santos – Where do we stand on policies for open education? Evidence from research on EU Member States

Georgi Dimitrov – EU perspectives on digital education

Frans Mäyrä – Multidimensional Ludic Literacy: Diversity in Game Cultures

Stefan Hrastinski – Diversifying e-learning

Hanqin Qiu – The Transformation of Teaching and Learning Appropriate for a Digital Age: Development and Implications

Jean-Marie Filloque – Diversity and social engagment, contributions of Universities lifelong learning strategies in Europe

Manjula Srinivas – Digital communication platforms and media educators in under graduate schools of mass communications in India

Willem van Valkenburg – Report on the “Year of Open”

Selection of interesting workshops from the conference programme

  • Enhancing Diversity with Open Badges
  • Renewing the quality agenda
  • Opening up Education: The Future of OER and MOOCs
  • How to Facilitate Diversity in Flexible Learning?
  • Digital Innovation in Cultural and Heritage Education.
  • How Relevant is Open Education for Refugees?
  • How to Conduct an Academic Chat via Twitter? – The #edenchat Case

Diversity will be with us – near 40 countries in the pool of presenters!

You will have the opportunity to meet and discuss with speakers from the Universities of Roma, Delft, Regensburg, Zagreb, Stockholm, Budapest, Saxonia, London, Oldenburg, Denmark, Porto, Rioja, Baden-Württenberg, the Baltics from Europe – as well as with proferssionals from other continents: University of Maryland, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Hongkong, Turkey, India, Beijing University, Southern Queensland, Sydney, Mexico, Nepal, the Middle-East, not to mention the leading Open Universities of the world: OU UK, UNED Spain (Madrid), UOC Catalunya, South-Africa, Turkey (Anadolu), and Athabasca (CA).

recognitionRecognising excellence

that your papers, posters and training submissions are not only subjected to the conference evaluators’ thorough assessment, but could also win one of EDEN’s prestigious awards. We are keen to promote and inspire professionals by recognising excellence and will continue the tradition of distinguishing Best Papers and Best Practice Initiatives. The conference participants can also make their voices heard – they will be able to vote on their favourite posters on display – the poster earning the highest number of votes will receive the conference’s Poster Prize. Everybody who has an accepted submission for presentation will receive a Speaker badge and all conference participants will be awarded a Participant badge.

Did you notice?

The European Commission has just announced their renewed policy plans for the modernisation of higher education. As Georgi Dimitrov, Deputy Head of the Unit on Innovation in Education and the EIT, and a policy expert in this area, will attend the EDEN 2017 Annual Conference as a keynote speaker we hope to get first hand relevant information on this in good time.

Special offer: Discounted travel with Lufthansa Group Partner Airlines

lufthansaThe Lufthansa Group airlines offer a comprehensive global route network and exclusive prices and conditions to our participants, visitors, exhibitors, and invited guests. Read moreon how to use the special offer.

Conference Venue: Jönköping

Jönköping is an excellent example of an impressively developing University, city and region which attracts economic, cultural and social progress and modernisation. The Scandinavian countries and particularly Sweden have always been in the forefront of learning innovation, open and digital education. We look forward with excitement to a memorable conference in 2017!

jonkoping

Join the Community in the exciting city of Jönköping to share your research, projects and practice at #EDEN17!

The conference will take part within the research environment CCD at the School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University with the support of Destination Jönköping.

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.

Exhibition stands will also be available for booking.

schedule

Schedule and Deadlines

The call is closed, with eventual late submission requests please address the Conference Secretariat directly

Registration open

Conference Dates: 13-16 June 2017

For any conference related questions contact the Conference Secretariat
at jonkoping@eden-online.org.

Erasmus

The EDEN 2017 Annual Conference is the initiative of EDEN supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union.

EDEN

EDEN – European Distance and E-Learning Network Secretariat
Tel: +36 1 463 1628, 463 2537 Fax: +36 1 463 1858
E-mail: jonkoping@eden-online.org
http://www.eden-online.org

_______________________________________________
EDEN-News mailing list
EDEN-News@eden-online.org

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