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Event Details
7 Nov

2016 European Distance Learning Week

Remote Event

The opening webinar of the week at 13:00 – 14:30 CET on November 7, 2016, will embrace the online panel discussion among Senior leaders of EDEN network of Academics and Professionals, policy makers and the leaders from other European associations – to discuss:

  • Why do we need European DLW and where it comes from?
  • What are the innovations in Europe in the area of open, distance and online learning that have been dominating European landscape of education for the last 10 years?
  • What are the best practices and the strengths of Europe that went through the development, the transformation process and have been integrated in education organizations for the mainstreaming?
  • Why challenges these innovations raised for education policy and education providers and how European policy of education addresses these challenges today?
  • What is the future of European leadership in open, distance and online learning?
Event Details
As planned
Organiser name
European Distance and E-Learning Network – EDEN
Contact details
Number of delegates
> 200
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
Policy makers
Attending fee
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