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Assignments that meet the needs of exceptional … was uploaded by Katrin Becker

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Katrin Becker just uploaded “Assignments that meet the needs of exceptional students without disadvantaging the average.”

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Gender Differences in Online High School Courses was uploaded by Susan Lowes

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Susan Lowes just uploaded “Gender Differences in Online High School Courses.”

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Prior research has suggested that there may be differences in the ways that male and female students approach their online courses. Using data for 802 high school students enrolled in 14 online courses, this study explored gender differences in the interrelationships among online behaviors and course performance….
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September 16, 2021

IMPORTANT – EDEN Membership after Brexit

An item from our European colleagues.

Dear EDEN Members, Partners and Friends,

EDEN Digital Learning Europe – EDEN after Brexit

Thanks to the support of the professional community, we are celebrating the 30th Anniversary in 2021. EDEN has been the largest and most comprehensive association in the field of distance education and digital learning in Europe, a platform and magnet for academic and professional expertise and good practice.

EDEN’s activities and services have permanently been developing.

After Brexit, the continuation of EDEN’s Europe-wide mission became a problem, being a UK based legal entity.

Maintaining the high value European network of members and partners, the community of experts and practitioners needed in 2021 special efforts.

In the interest of sustaining EDEN’s legacy and ensuring the continuation of activities, the Executive Committee decided that EDEN should re-locate and continue its activities in an EU country.

An Association was created in Tallinn, Estonia under the name of EDEN Digital Learning Europe in April 2019. The legal frames and procedures have been endorsed by the EDEN Annual General Meetings of members in 2019 and again in 2020.

Estonia is one of the most digitized countries in Europe, with a supportive environment for innovation, creative industries and non-profit organisations, offering excellent online infrastructure and digital background in the public services.

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Partnership and transition: EDEN UK – EDEN Digital Learning Europe

To manage the transition, a ‘Cooperation Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding about Transfer of Activities’ has been elaborated and signed by the Presidents of both organisations. According to the Agreement, EDEN Europe will with identical mission continue the activities and functions that EDEN UK does. EDEN UK will share and provide know how, web page, community resources to EDEN Europe.

It is foreseen that EDEN UK will remain operational and functioning, at least for the period of duration of present commitments and projects. In the post-Brexit transitional year 2021, joint and shared activities with EDEN UK started.

EDEN is grateful for the three decades of exceptionally successful work done as UK based international organisation and the support of authorities and academic-professional community in the United Kingdom. We aim to maintain and develop the partnerships between the UK organisations and the new EDEN Europe.

Membership Arrangements

The uninterrupted operation, continuation of EDEN’s well established activities, serving and developing the European learning innovation community implies and requires that EDEN UK members join the new organisation.

After our first recruiting campaign, EDEN Digital Learning Europe has already built a community of 200+ members.

We invite you to confirm your affiliation to the community by following the smooth process of joining EDEN Digital Learning Europe
Joining with valid EDEN UK membership will not foster any further membership fee charge in 2021.

EDEN is delighted to recall that the new EU Digital Education Action Plan started from 2021, with long term strategic approach and policy support. This is also as recognition of the IT supported learning innovation and the community of academics, professionals and practitioners.
EDEN intends to develop and extend activities in this emerging framework.

Check the link to the EDEN Europe Membership Form

You are kindly requested to submit the Membership Form

If you experience any issues with the link above, please copy and paste the URL above into your web browser.

Important questions emerging

How will be guaranteed the integrity and continuity of the EDEN aims, the ‘brand’, activities and services?

The Articles of EDEN Digital Learning Europe have been formulated to mirror identically the EDEN UK mission, aims and main activities.

What about the EDEN membership status and the membership fees in the new EDEN Digital Learning Europe?

In 2021, your membership in EDEN UK remains continuous. EDEN members are invited to join EDEN Digital Learning Europe by requesting membership online. The procedure has been prepared to make the joining transparent and easy.

EDEN Digital Learning Europe Association will not charge any membership fee in 2021. This year fees are being collected by EDEN UK. From 2022, the membership fees will be set and invoiced by EDEN Digital Learning Europe.

Will the organisation and structures remain the same in EDEN Europe?

The Articles of EDEN Europe were formulated to carry on the EDEN existing structures and operations. The Annual General Meeting, an Executive Committee (Board), the Network of Academics and Professionals and the special groups (EDEN Council of Fellows) will continue operating under EDEN Europe.

What about the customary EDEN activities, events and services?

They will be identical, continued and developed further, including Annual Conferences, Research Workshops, Open Classroom events, communication services (Newsflash, Social media, YouTube channel, the European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning (EURODL), the Conference Proceedings, the EDEN Fellows Scheme, the Young Scholars’ movements and grants, the Best Research Conference Paper Award, the European Distance Learning Week, Open Badges, the series of EDEN seminars and alike.

What about the activities of EDEN UK?

EDEN UK will complete the existing contractual and legal commitments e.g. in the EU projects and other initiatives during their runtime. It will remain existing legal entity for the next years.

What next? What will happen in 2021-22?

With members joining EDEN Digital Learning Europe, the new organisation will convene its operational launching General Assembly on 12 October. The new Erasmus+ grant applications are being already submitted under the auspices of EDEN Europe. The 2022 EDEN Annual Conference and Research Workshop will be organised by the new Association.

Procedure for EDEN UK members to join EDEN Digital Learning Europe

We invite EDEN members to confirm their affiliation to the EDEN community by following the smooth process of joining EDEN Digital Learning Europe, by filling in and submitting the online Membership Form below.

The personalised form includes the members’ details as recorded at the EDEN Secretariat. Eventual updating the data/information is welcome.

Please proceed to the EDEN Digital Learning Europe Membership Form

The important launching General Assembly of members will be held
on 12 October. By joining now, you can be part of the processes
shaping the new EDEN Europe Association.
You are kindly invited to submit the Membership Form by 10 October 2021.

If you experience any issues with the link above, please copy and paste the URL above into your web browser.

You can contact us with any question by email

Dr Sandra Kucina  Prof. Airina Volungeviciene Dr Andras Szucs
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