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Linq 2013 session_orange_1_mazar

  1. 1. EDEN – A Smart NetworkProfessional Prosperity in Times of AusterityMs Ildikó MázárProject Manager, EDENLINQ13 16-17 May 2013, Rome
  2. 2. The largest active and developingprofessional community of researchers & practitionersof electronic distance education in Europe The most comprehensive European not-for-profit non-governmental association of its kind, established in1991 Platform for professional co-operation and informationexchange Open for all levels and sectors of education and training Open for institutions, individuals and networks Registered in the UK, Secretariat in Hungary since 1997
  3. 3. Mission Sharing knowledge Improve understanding amongstprofessionals in distance and e-learning Promote policy and practice across thewhole of Europe and beyond
  4. 4. Members Institutions – Individuals – Networks 200 institutional members 1200 members in NAP: Network ofAcademics and Professionals – meeting andcommunication forum 30 European or national networks present inmembership 427 institutions represented from 56countries within and outside of Europe
  5. 5. Partnerships Traditional and open universities, colleges National associations and bodies Researchers of open, flexible, distance ande-learning School level education – the “OpenClassroom” initiative Vocational training The corporate sector
  6. 6.  EDEN Annual ConferencesSince 1992 the main academic and professional Europeanevents in open, distance and e-learning Open ClassroomConferencesEDEN initiative for schoollevel ODL developmentsince 1995 Research WorkshopsBi-annual events organisedsince 2000The EDEN Conferences
  7. 7. EDEN Annual Conferences12-15 June 2013, Oslo “The Joy of Learning” 2012 – Porto 2011 – Dublin 2010 – Valencia 2009 – Gdansk 2008 – Lisbon 2007 – Naples 2006 – Vienna 2005 – Helsinki 2004 – Budapest 2003 – Rhodes 2002 – Granada 2001 – Stockholm 1999 – Moscow 1998 – Bologna 1997 – Budapest 1996 – Poitiers 1995 – Birmingham 1994 – Tallinn 1993 – Berlin 1992 – Krakow
  8. 8. Open Classroom Conferences 2011 – Athens 2009 – Porto 2007 – Stockholm 2005 – Poitiers 2002 – Copenhagen 2000 – Barcelona 1999 – Balatonfüred 1997 – Crete 1995 – Oslo 2012 – Leuven 2010 – Budapest 2008 – Paris 2006 – Barcelona 2004 – Oldenburg 2002 – Hildesheim 2000 – PragueResearch Workshops
  9. 9. Publications andInformation Services Conference Proceedings Policy and feasibility studies EDEN web site, NAP Members Area,Members’ Dissemination Space, OnlineSocial Media (Facebook, Twitter) Member’s Newsflash, EDEN Listserv European Journal of Open and DistanceLearning (EURODL – www.eurodl.org)
  10. 10. Contribution to EU Programmes 10 ongoing + 40 completed since 1997 Comprehensive strategic projects Evaluation and quality development Observatory Networking and knowledge-base building Supporting NAP members and exploit theirprofessional expertise Wide dissemination of project results anddeveloping synergies
  11. 11. EDEN’ EU projects ODS Carer+ CareNet ProM i-TUTOR Revive-VET VISIR POERUP eLene2learn NEST MOVE-ON Te@ch.us SEVAQ+ Links-up FREE EquNet TESPIS HEXTLEARN Learnovation eTTCampus
  12. 12. www.eden-online.orgMore information on EDEN, itsservices and projects:
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