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The learning model of Connectivism implies a great challenge to European universities and further education. Over the last years many teachers and trainers have integrated e-learning into their classes, mostly combining face-to-face workshops with online phases. E-learning gave learners and teachers more flexibility concerning the location and time-frame of learning. Now connectivism is changing this approach of e-learning and the role of moderators significantly. In the following paper the authors describe the transition from a closed learning environment to an open one and its further development to a hybrid concept combining protected and open learning processes. The experiences with these different concepts are discussed. The moderators’ reflections and the results of online evaluations are going to be presented.
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