For 5 consecutive days between the 5th and 9th of November, the European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN) is bringing educators, researchers and policy makers a series of topical presentations from experts and practitioners in the field. If you read this post in time, you can still register for 5 of the EDLW2018 webinars, but if you are not able to participate in real time, don’t worry, as all the recordings are made available online within a day of the live event.
Amongst the many interesting initiatives introduced during the European Distance Learning Week there are projects that KIC is partner in.
I have talked about MicroHE and OEPass yesterday – you can find the presentation on my Slideshare and/or watch the recording here – and was pleased to see that the introduction of the problems we’re dealing with prompted questions and that the projects raised interest from the webinar audience.
My colleague, Fabio Nascimbeni from Universidad Internacional de La Rioja, will be presenting the EduHack project today in a session titled “Innovative Education – Case Studies” and I expect an equally positive reception.