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Sunday, October 19, 2008

elearningeuropa.info Newsletter - Oktober 2008

The e-learning Newsletter brings you news about current issues, open calls, forthcoming events and e-learning resources.
Take a look at this interesting line-up below.


LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME (LLP) - Call for proposals 2009
The total budget earmarked for this call is estimated at EUR 961 million. The level of grants awarded as well as the duration of projects vary depending on factors such as the type of project and the number of countries involved.
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CALL FOR PAPERS
The eLearning Papers seeks articles on digital literacy. The papers should address topics such as learning and social (e)inclusion, information literacy, new e-skills and lifelong learning, etc. The deadline for article submissions is 10 November, 2008.

PROJECT OF THE MONTH
EduContact offers the Europeans universities an opportunity to develop their international visibility and networks. The partners - universities, regional authorities, business, employers – can benefit from global visibility and key data on the motivation and the needs expressed towards European distance higher education. The EduContact services are now available also to other European projects that have produced free distance, online self-supported tutorials and modules.
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eLEARNING REPORTS
The Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS) has published a series of reports on eLearning in the ten Member States that joined the European Union in 2004. The reports describe each country's educational system and the role played by eLearning in it. The research takes into account the major technical, economic, political, ethical and socio-cultural factors of eLearning developments, and the major drivers and barriers for them in each country.
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ICT 2008, 25-27 November, Lyon, France
The Europe's biggest research event for information and communication technologies is organised by the European Commission and hosted by the French Presidency of the European Union.

ONLINE EDUCA, 3-5 December 2008, Berlin
The largest global e-learning conference for the corporate, education and public service sectors takes place in December and brings together over 2000 professionals from around the world. This year’s themes include serious games; personalisation, social networking and future tools. Online registration is open.
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INFORMATION LITERACY: EXPERTS PANEL ROUND TABLE (Fifth EDEN Research Workshop) 21 October 2008, Paris
Information Literacy, alternatively termed as Media Literacy or Digital Literacy, proves to be strongly correlated to the Learning capacity, what may also be named as the Learning-to-Learn Competence. To be able to re-define these literacies in a lifelong learning perspective, we need to face the increasing policy interdependence between Education and Social Inclusion. The session is co-ordinated by Dr. Nikitas Kastis.

Source: elearningeuropa.info


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