Organised by the Université catholique de Louvain and P.A.U. Education, the event aims to be an opportunity to gather European actors involved in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), from policy makers to practitioners to researchers. This conference is the follow-up of the EMOOCs 2014 Summit. The conference will be heldRead more
AlmaLaurea conference: “Graduates’ Social (Im)mobility and Territorial Mobility”, May 28, 2015, Italy
The Inter-university Consortium AlmaLaurea, in association with the University of Milano-Bicocca, with the support of the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR), is glad to invite you to the Conference:
Webinar: “A journey through the assessment and feedback landscape: from principles to effective practice”, May 20, 11.00 CEST
A new webinar “A journey through the assessment and feedback landscape: from principles to effective practice” is due on 20 May, 2015 at 11.00 CEST, as part of the TALOE webinar series “Talks on e-assessment and learning outcomes”.
The lecturer will be Dr. Gill Ferrell, Consultant at Aspire and the E-learningRead more
Much has been said about MOOCs in terms of technology. At the same time, surprisingly, MOOCs are quickly disappearing from the Gartner hype curve. But are MOOCs a technology? Why such a rapid disappearance?
I have a very simple explanation: MOOCs are a means to learn and to acquire knowledge through
Following the Partnership Agreement signed in 2014 with euroCRIS, the European Organisation for Research Information, we are pleased to announce the launch of the first joint initiative: a comprehensive survey aiming to collect as much data as possible on the information systems currently in use to support the Research
Electronic Management of Assessment and Assessment Analytics
EUNIS E-Learning Task Force Workshop will be held at the Abertay University, Dundee (Scotland) on 9th of June 2015, 10.00-16.00.
The workshop will explore how technology can be used to enhance assessment and feedback activities and streamline associated administration and how we might make use ofRead more
In my last post I imagined how universities and Higher Education, more generally, could benefit from a blended education, partly as SPOC, i.e. small online courses, and partly face to face.
Apart from thedisruption oflearning and teaching methods, the financial costs and human resources required to generalize the use of SPOCs
The second issue of the EUNIS journal – EUNIS Journal of Higher Education IT (EJHEIT) is out. This issue contains papers from the 2014 Eunis congress and focuses on the accepted papers part of the “Management” tracks at the congress. Futher issues focusing on other tracks from the congress will beRead more
I have long lived in the United States, I worked and lived there and I came back truly European, convinced that we belong to a different culture and a different civilization. This has been a very important reason for my investment in EUNIS from its beginning.
In the US, universities, even