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EDEN strengths and potentials

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EDEN strengths and potentials

  1. 1. Strength and potentials of EDEN and the contribution to the Digital Education Action Plan Assoc. prof. dr. Airina Volungevičienė President of EDEN DSC Working Group plenary session, Sofia, 18 April 2018
  2. 2. 2 “The smart network for the professional community and a professional community for smart learning”
  3. 3. Numbers characterising the activities of EDEN in 2017 Development of the association institutional members 185 individual members 293 individuals in the Network of Academics and Professionals: 1060
  4. 4. Conference activities Annual Conference in Jönköping - about 200 participants present - other 480 following online - 3 web-streamed plenary - 34 parallel sessions - 14 workshops, training, demonstration and synergy sessions, 5 posters, published Book of Astracts Open Classroom Conferences - in Athens with 120 participants and - in Kaunas attracting 162 participants
  5. 5. Virtual events EDLW (European Distance Learning Week) - EDEN’s 2016’ initiative NAP webinars and the webinars held in the Open Learning Week for the Year of Open - generated 900 signups - several thousand people watched the webinars Most popular webinar in 2017: “How to be more open: advice for educators and researchers” with 1226 views.
  6. 6. Publication activities European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning (EURODL) Published online 20 double peer reviewed articles and a special issue with selected 7 papers in 2017 2800 subsciptions 29200 page views
  7. 7. Social media presence Conference hash tags and 16 #EDENChats 2000+ tweets from about 260 participants Most popular tweet:„What is open culture” with 31 participants Most discussed topic: „Blurring boundaries: impact on effective learning spaces with more than 250 individual tweets.
  8. 8. Social media presence keynote interviews of EDEN17’ made by the NAP SC president the video recording of the EDEN17’ plenary session 1200 visitors
  9. 9. Communication activities Active web presence: www.eden-online.org 16 EDEN Newsflashes 18 conference circulars 2 conference microsites with 1200 visitors 7 Presidency blogs posted, 322 users produced 769 page views.
  10. 10. Awarding excellence EDEN awards 4 EDEN Senior Fellow, 4 EDEN Fellow; 1 Best Research Paper, 1 Young Scholar 48 participants supported by waiving their conference fees at EDEN’17 23 students supported by reduced conference fees
  11. 11. How EDEN works? • EDEN does not issue recipies! • EDEN incubates and experiments innovations in open, online and distance learning 11
  12. 12. Current EU projects for recognition and micro-credentialization MicroHE – Support Future Learning Excellence through Micro-Credentialing in Higher Education 590161-EPP-1- 2017-DE-EPPKA3-PI-Forward to examine the scope for and impact of micro-credentials – a form of short-cycle tertiary qualification – in European Higher Education ReOPEN - Recognition of Valid and Open Learning, 2016-1-LT01-KA202-023131 to create instruments to develop validated OOL for recognition of prior and non-formal learning Open Education Passport, Erasmus+ KA2 project aims to collect the challenges and create solutions to optimise the recognition of individual credits in open education and virtual mobility 12
  13. 13. Open online non- formal learning with: - Learner identification - Measuring learning progress - Digital badging and credentialization - Assessment and recognition of learning achievements - Matching non-formal with formal - Matching non-formal with competence standard and employer needs 13
  14. 14. Digital micro-credentials EDEN open badges scheme Number of badges types 5 Number of badge recipients 700 Badges awarded 1335 Badge stackability was introduced as novelty
  15. 15. Important trends observed Webinars preferred to f2f training Open badges more and more accepted as digital micro-credentials in non-formal and informal learning Virtual events might overtake some of the roles of the traditional conferences Growing importance of social media presence in maintaining the activity of networked organisations
  16. 16. Raising awareness of EU policy initiatives and contribution to shaping EU policies EDEN EC members in the ET 2020 WG on Digital Skills and Competencies Active participation in the DSC Peer Learning Acitivities (Malta, Vienna, Tallin, Zagreb) Policy workshops as pre-conference events EDEN NAP model suggested as a community of practice
  17. 17. Rapid developments of innovations – slow and difficult uptake 17
  18. 18. EDEN Community of Practices - to reduce the divide 18
  19. 19. EDEN proposal for Sofia Call for Action on Digital Skills and Education • To ensure networking and open professional collaboration of innovators, teachers and trainers, academics and professionals to mainstream digital transformation in education by: 1. Experimentation, piloting and sharing best practices of application of digital technology for teaching and learning 2. Developing digital competences and skills of teachers and learners 19
  20. 20. 1. Experimentation, piloting and sharing best practices of application of digital technology for teaching and learning through the following EDEN actions a. Webinars, chats, communication through EDEN channels to support scaling the SELFIE self-assessment tool to teachers, trainers and learners (Action 2) b. Mainstreaming digital credentialization and recognition potentials and practices through project work, EDEN network, physical and virtual events (Action 3) c. Highlighting virtual collaboration forms from / to EDEN members, working with virtual mobility and online campuses in HE, bridging the network with global communities through EDEN partners (Action 4) d. Discussing and awareness raising of open science and open education, learning analytics and other innovations during EDEN bi-annual research workshops (Action 5, 10) e. Investigating the reasons and challenges of digital transformation and bridging the gap through networking of education organizations and individuals during all EDEN events (Action 7) f. Using EDEN Fellows – think – tank and NAP to foresee key trends arising from digitalization of education – all EDEN events (Action 11) 20
  21. 21. 2. Developing digital competences and skills of teachers and learners through the following EDEN actions: a. Training sessions for teachers, trainers and learners on SELFIE uptake (Action 2) b. Establishing EDEN mentors for SELFIE tool (Action 2) c. Training teachers and trainers, academics and professionals on digital assessment, recognition and credentialization (Action 3) d. To foster institutional collaboration on recognition of open, online and distance education – during EDEN events (Action 3) e. Train and network with EDEN and liaison institutions on virtual mobility offer, collaboration and capacity development (Action 4) f. Research and awareness raising sessions on open science, big data and learning analytics during EDEN bi-annual research workshops (Action 5, 10) g. Facilitate organizations addressing the challenges of digitalistion during all EDEN events (Action 7) h. Work with EDEN Fellows and NAP to establish policy briefings on the key European trends arising from digital transformation for the future of education systems at all levels – during EDEN events (Action 11) 21
  22. 22. Invitation 22
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