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EBSN Capacity Building Series: online discussions

In the framework of the Capacity Buidling Series, EBSN organised 6 online discussions in connection with the OERs and online courses. The discussions elaborated on specific topics that are highly relevant to the themes of the OER and aimed to involve experts from the repsective fields of expertise. 

 

Gallery of online discussions

 

Digital Societies, Digital Inclusion6 March, 2019 9:00 (CET) - 7 March, 2019 17:00 (CET)

 

Integrating Migrant Adults through Language Training2 April, 2019 9:00 (CET) - 3 April, 2019 17:00 (CET)

 

Accreditation of Prior Learning for Adult Immigrants to Europe24 April, 2019 10:00 (CET) - 25 April, 2019 17:00 (CET)

 

Critical Digital and Media Literacy28 August, 12:00 (CET) - 29 August, 17:00 (CET)

 

Workplace Basic Skills Learning7 October, 12:00 (CET) - 8 October, 17:00 (CET)

 

Family Literacy Interventions: Policy and Practice9 October, 12:00 (CET) - 10 October, 17:00 (CET)

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