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Students in the digital age: 20 Nov, Brussels

DG Education and Culture and the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), have the pleasure of inviting you to the launch event “Students in the digital age – current state of play – assessing students’ computer and information literacy skills across 21 countries.

This event will be held on 20 November from 10:00-11:30 at the Conference Centre “Albert Borschette”, Rue Froissart 36, 1040 Brussels.

The event will also be streamed live from 10:00-11:30 here.

To take part in the event please register here.

If you have any questions or for further information about this event, you are welcome to contact Helen Oberg on +32 2 743 66 81.

Bomgar promotion for EUNIS Members

Bomgar promotion for EUNIS Members till 30th of September 2014:

Now that EUNIS 2014 is behind us, we wanted to thank everyone who took part and helped make the event a smashing success. For those who stopped by the Bomgar stand, we enjoyed speaking to each of you about the benefits of secure remote support, and we are looking forward to seeing you all next year in Scotland!

If you were not able to make it to our session about how Bomgar has enabled University for the Creative Arts to build a collaborative service culture, you can view the slides here.
Because we feel that Bomgar should be an integral part of your University’s service desk strategy, we are extending a special 3-month free evaluation to all EUNIS members until 30th of September . With the evaluation, you’ll get full access to all of Bomgar’s features, including:

  • screen sharing,
  • multi-platform support,
  • chat,
  • mobile rep consoles,
  • and more…

This offer is not available on our website, so contact us today to get started.

By starting your free trial, you’ll see firsthand why more than 600 universities worldwide, including Cambridge, London School of Economics, University of Helsinki, University of Copenhagen, Harvard, Yale, University of York and more standardize on Bomgar as their remote support tool.
To begin your free trial or to receive more information on Bomgar, contact us today.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Kim Richard
EMEA Marketing Manager
+44 01628 480 222

EUA Conference: April 3-4, Brussels

EUA Annual Conference 2014

EUA Conference:  Changing Landscapes in Learning and Teaching, is hosted by Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Brussels, Belgium on April 3-4, 2014.

European higher education has been in constant flux for well over a decade. However, some voices are predicting that the real revolution still lies ahead. Labour market demands and technological innovation are often cited as factors triggering change, with MOOCs, growth in private for-profit providers and increased global competition between institutions and countries given as evidence that disruptive change is already underway. Fears are being voiced that universities could run the risk of losing significance, if they continue to follow current learning and teaching models, which, some argue, may be unable to respond to the urgent need for more and better higher education at lower costs.

Read more at the event website

Next Generation Learning Conference NGL2014 at Dalarna University, Sweden

On March 19-20, 2014, Dalarna University will be hosting the second biannual Next Generation Learning Conference in collaboration with KTH Royal Institute of Technology. The Next Generation Learning Conference is an international conference that focuses on the implications of the digital revolution for learning and education. The conference will present NGL research and development projects and initiatives in educational settings.

Highlights on the conference include:
Keynotes by John Traxler (University of Wolverhampton), Martha Cleveland Innes (Athabasca University), Gard Titlestad (ICDE) and Dan Peters (Blackboard)

  • More than 50 presentations and workshops
  • Conference exhibition
  • Dinner and entertainment

With only a couple of days to go until registration closes, there is still a few seats left in the house. Sign up today to secure your place:

The last day to register for the conference is March 7.
For an updated conference programme and any other information regarding the conference, please visit our website
If you have any questions, please email