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About the VISCED Poject:
The VISCED project carried out an inventory of innovative ICT-enhanced learning initiatives and major ‘e-mature’ secondary and post-secondary education providers for the 14-21 age group in Europe. This entailed a systematic review at international and national levels including a study into operational examples of fully virtual schools and colleges. The outputs of this work have been analysed and compared to identify relevant parameters and success factors for classifying and comparing these initiatives.
About this presentation:
11-13 April 2012
Wellington, New Zealand
The biannual DEANZ conference is the premier conference in Aotearoa New Zealand for leaders and practitioners involved in open, flexible and distance learning. The 2012 conference theme was 'Shift Happens' with three themes of resilience, relevance and reform.
Paul Bacsich from Sero gave a keynote presentation at this conference entitled “Analytic conceit or operational necessity? Towards the Multiversity - An integrated view of where we are in the world of e-learning “which included a significant input on VISCED. While in New Zealand, Paul had a number of opportunities to extend the VISCED network and included an opportunity to provide input on a case study form that region.