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11 Dec
2014

Education in the Digital Era

Belgium
Brussels
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The European Commission and the Italian Presidency of the EU invite you to participate in this conference and discuss the opportunities and challenges of adapting education to a faster changing, digital society and economy. Three key themes are being discussed: quality and relevance of learning, increasing the impact of educators and addressing educational inequalities.

As places are limited, please fill out the registration form as soon as possible to register your interest in attending. You will be contacted at the end of the registration period to confirm whether or not a place is available for you.

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Conference
Organiser name
European Commission and Italian Presidency
Registration URL
Contact details
Email edu.digital.era@openeducationeuropa.eu
Number of delegates
< 100
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Policy makers
Theme addressed
Aims and objectives
Education remains the most important contributor to individual and societal achievement, and stands out as key in leading Europe to innovation and competitiveness.
The key three priorities regarding the future of education will be discussed during the pre-conference online debate as well as during the actual conference. The priorites include quality and relevance of learning, increasing the impact of educators and addressing educational inequalities.
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