EFQUEL member, Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics (MESI), is inviting you to take part in The 1st Moscow International Salon of Education (MSE) which will be held in Moscow, Russia, from 31 October to 3 November 2013 by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the Government of Moscow and the Moscow Department of Education. 300 educational establishments, 100 companies and business alliances are expected to take part in the event.
Launch of the ELIG ‘Learning@Work’ Lab at the ELIG Annual General Meeting “Europe missing the boat again? How to rise up the opportunity of the new digital Learning Revolution”.
This Lab launching session will pay particular attention to one of the Annual General Meeting focus areas: “Creative Learning & Entrepreneurship”. The launching session is organized in cooperation with the Drucker Society and will reflect on a number of innovative TEL practices from the ELIG network and on how existing TEL innovation can help us to teach how to innovate in TEL.
UNIR Higher Education Exploratorium Lab launching workshop”, organized together with the launching of EFQUEL Exploratorium Lab on informal learning and professional networks.
This launching session will be the presentation of the Lab and the innovations finally selected from the HoTEL Open Call for Innovators, to be piloted in it during the following months.
Launch of the lab at the EFQUEL Innovation Forum. In this launching session the overall concept and strategy will be explained to the community and input from participants is collected.
Community members will be invited to express their interest in participating in the EFQUEL lab.
The Workshop, that has been organised by the HOTEL project with the support of the European Union’s FP7, gathered some of the most important Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) support and foresight initiatives of recent years, with the aims of reflecting on the issue of TEL research relevance. The discussion tackled the fact that TEL research, despite its recognised level of excellence and the strong efforts that funding agencies – especially the European Commission – are deploying, does not seem able so far to reach the relevance level which is needed to transform educational systems. The event was opened to Policy Makers at different levels, TEL Industry representatives, Teachers and researchers in higher education, Educational Practitioners, Media, Educational providers, and anyone interested in Technology-enhanced Learning.
The partners of the HOTEL project gather together for the kick-off project meeting in MENON premises at Rue des Deux Eglises 35, Brussels during October 16-17.