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Higher Education Innovations in the Age of Learning: Challenges of Digitalisation, Skills Development and Networking

Posted by Györgyi Bajka 5 months 1 uke ago

Thursday 25 April 2019 to Friday 26 April 2019

MELLearN – Hungarian Universities’ Lifelong Learning Network is organising its 15th MELLearN Lifelong Learning Conference on the following topic:

Higher Education Innovations in the Age of Learning: Challenges of Digitalisation, Skills Development and Networking/ Felsőoktatási innovációk a tanulás korában: a digitalizáció, képességfejlesztés és a hálózatosodás kihívásai

Keynote speakers:

  • Prof. Alfredo Soeiro – University of Porto, Portugal: Assessing skills in digital learning and validation of competences
  • Dr. Katharina Resch – University of Vienna, Austria: Diversity in Higher Education. Promoting diversity-friendly didactics and inclusive education
  • Dr. Róbert Gábriel, Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation of the University of Pécs/, ex-MELLearN President on HE Innovations
  • Dr. habil Mónika Rajcsányi-Molnár, Vice-Rector for Educational and General Affairs – University of Dunajváros: MaTech: National Contest of Mathematics for Secondary School Students organised by the University of Dunaújváros (DUE) and Klebelsberg Centre for  the Management of Public Schools (KLIK)

Planned strands:

o   Higher Education and Digital Culture

o   Innovation in Higher Education

o   Diversity in Higher Education

o   Internationalisation in Higher Education

o   Service Environment and Professionalisation at Universities

o   EPALE workshop

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MellearN Network
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NSS event
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Number of delegates: 
< 100
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Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
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