eucen is launching in 2020 a new initiative: A full month of ULLL presentations.
We invite you to join us throughout November – participate in an open activity every day!
The eucen ULLL Open Fora will offer one open and free activity from Monday to Friday every day during November.
Every week you can attend presentation about a different topic:
Week 1 (02-06 November): The Role of University Lifelong Learning in Learning Cities
Week 2 (09-13 November): Higher Education Work-based learning in a Changing World
Week 3 (16-20 November): Digital learning in continuing education – The aftermath of COVID-19
Week 4 (23-27 November): Bridging active citizenship and University Lifelong Learning
On Monday 30 November there will be a special session: A dialogue between eucen and Utrecht University (hosts of the 2021 eucen conference).
Follow this link
to read more about the programme.
Join us every day during November and discover the ULLL Open Fora!
How to survive in critical times?
University Lifelong Learning 4.0
The COVID-19 has impacted the World with surprising speed. Universities have had to adapt very quickly to the new reality. Digital learning has had to be adopted in order to offer the possibility to finish the academic year. Would you like to explore with eucen, UPCEA and AAACE how some HEIs have reacted? Do not miss our online Seminar on Thursday 28 May 2020 from 15:00CET
Participation in this seminar is FREE for members of eucen, UPCEA and AAACE. Non-members can join with a small contribution of €50.
If you have questions or comments, contact us!
There is a EDEN Special Interest Group with activities like:
a) EDLW2018, (november 2018) http://www.eden-online.org/eden_conference/considerations-for-qa-of-e-learning-provision/
b) OEW2019 7 March 2019 http://www.eden-online.org/eden_conference/oer-quality-assessment/
c) LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8741456/
d) Webpage http://www.eden-online.org/eden-special-interest-group-on-technology-enabled-learning-tel-and-quality-enhancement/.
Post other useful links, Alfredo Soeiro
A working group from ENQA has published : “Considerations for quality assuranCe of e-learning provision”. Based on the European Standards and Guidelines (ESG 2015), each standard is commented according to e-learning provision.
Very useful for Higher Education Institutions to prepare themselves for institutional accreditation or update their quality assurance system.
OpenupEd’s Webinar Week is on Mooc Design with a focus on Quality of Moocs on the 16th April: