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Saturday, May 30, 2009 Newsletter - Maj 2009

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.

eLearning Papers launches a call for papers on open topics. We are looking for interesting and inspiring articles which will be published in September's issue. Practical experiences on European projects are especially welcome. The deadline for article submissions is 29 June 2009.

eLearning Papers is looking for good peer-reviewers to review submitted articles. Active and fair-minded people experienced in the field of e-learning are invited to apply. Peer-reviewers contribute on a voluntary basis and no monetary compensation is offered.

At the recent EU Conference on Innovation and Creativity in the Lifelong Learning Programme, 18 outstanding European projects received awards. The three best projects in six categories were honoured with the European Award for Lifelong Learning.

Virtual mobility facilitates access to other university courses across Europe and enables students to personalise their study programmes. Nevertheless, virtual mobility remains restricted to several isolated projects and is available to a limited number of universities and students. The EPICS project links universities, students and courses all over Europe. EPICS will not only provide a database, but it also includes online services to offer high-quality guided independent learning and support in relation to virtual mobility in the Virtual Erasmus scheme.

LEARNING FORUM LONDON, 22-24 June 2009, London, UK.
The main topics of this year’s Learning Forum are innovation, creativity and accountability. The event consists of three different conferences: the 7th International ePortfolio Conference, the 3rd International Conference on Key Competencies – Skills for Life, and the 4th International Conference on Learning Networks and Communities.

EDEN 2009 ANNUAL CONFERENCE, 10-13 June 2009, Gdansk, Poland.
The European Distance and E-Learning Network invites European academic experts and professional practitioners to contribute and share innovative experiences on the significance and impact of learning innovation in Europe. Online registration is now available.