LEARNING WITHOUT LIMITS
10-13 June, 2001, Stockholm, Sweden
Conferentie georganiseerd door European Distance Education Network (EDEN), over de ontwikkelingen richting de volgende generatie van het onderwijs aan het
Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
Meer dan honderdtwintig bijdragen uit heel Europa - papers, workshops, poster sessions - belichten de trends en ontwikkelingen op het gebied van teleleren. Meer informatie is beschikbaar op de homepage van EDEN.
Meer informatie en aanmelding:
EDEN - European Distance Education Network Secretariat
Tel: +36 1 463 1628, 463 2259 Fax: + 36 1 463 1858
Of neem contact op met Michiel Leenaars van ISOC Nederland.
Conference themes and strands
- Informal arenas of learning
- Much learning occurs beyond traditional lecture halls and formal
credit programmes.This strand addresses different aspects of integrating
multiple forms of learning opportunities into daily life and in
- Tearing down boundaries
- Distance education methods are often embedded in the developing
new structures of education. Ways of working in different education
systems seem to merge. Do we also need a merge between education
systems and the breaking of barriers between educational sectors
- Opening the systems
- Open systems are placed on the political agenda in some countries.
New student groups and new providers are expected to enter education
putting new demands and challenging the education systems. One
key question is how to provide efficient and fast credit transfer
across different forms of education and experience.
- Searching for best practice
- Highlighting and sharing new trends and practices gives an
unlimited chance for professionalisation. New demands on education
grow in praxis and so do new methods. Students, clients make choices
and express their expectations of service and quality outcomes.
Teachers and practitioners invent new ways of arranging situations
for learning. What is the state of the art?
- The European dimension
- Networking and co-operation within Europe is of growing importance
and it is strongly supported by the European Commission. How can
that work further develop? What are the impact of globalisation
on the European learning arena?