26 SEPTEMBER DAY 1
8:30 – 9:30 Registration
9:30 – 10:00 Introduction to the conference: Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, EFQUEL preside...
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PART II: Presentation of
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1. Openuped project intro -
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Alastair Creelman, Ulf Ehlers,
Ebba Ossiannilsson, Sandra
Feliciano
Participate in the development of
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From 20:30 CET onwards, Cultural Evening in the Gothic Quarter
Located in the heart of Barcelona the Museu d’Història de B...
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The EFQUEL Innovation Forum main conference takes place on the 26th and 27th of September 2013 in Barcelona. On the pre-conference day, EFQUEL will organise a half-day training (for members only) about Quality Management - See more at: http://eif.efquel.org/programme/#sthash.atqjsctT.dpuf

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  1. 1. 26 SEPTEMBER DAY 1 8:30 – 9:30 Registration 9:30 – 10:00 Introduction to the conference: Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, EFQUEL president Welcome speech: Josep A. Planell Estany, Rector of UOC PLENARY 10:00 - 10:45 KEYNOTE I Sir John Daniel (Commonwealth of Learning) and Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic (UNESCO) “Refocusing Quality in eLearning” PLENARY 10:45 – 11:30 KEYNOTE II Guy Haug: "Acknowledging the QA challenges of the future" PLENARY 11:30 - 12:00 Coffee break and transfer to other rooms Parallel streams I. “MOOCathon” – The marathon session on Quality and MOOCs ROOM 7A II. Quality Initiatives III. Presentations: Quality approaches and methods 12:00 – 13:30 Gaining participants, visibility and a growing community worldwide in many occasions the question rises to the surface: Are MOOCs the new model of online education for all? Are they fit to democratize education? and above all – what is a good quality MOOC? Read more online PART I Interactive Workshop “MOOC Quality project” Setting the scene and exploring the topic for the Workshop II.1 “Quality in VET”, current practices, concepts and methods ROOM 7B The society and the world of work are changing rapidly and vocational education and training (VET) has to face the challenges: This workshop examines the key factors that has to be reflected for modernizing (non-)formal vocational (e- )education and for improving the quality and fit of VET. And it analyses the skills and competences' needs from the world of work as well as Presentations III.1 ROOM 604 1. What should a quality online course look like? The first step in Design— Course Planning - Afsaneh Sharif 2. Teachers voice on eLearning as an approach on quality in higher education, Nan Yang, University Trento 3. ALOA model for aligning learning outcomes and e- assessment, Afredo Soeiro
  2. 2. next parts of the workshop (lunch) PART II: Presentation of EU Initiatives 1. Openuped project intro - Darco Jansen, EADTU 2. Portuguese Openuped project (iMOOC) - Antonio Teixeira, Universidade Aberta 3. Formal Standardization for MOOCs - Sandra Feliciano, Instituto Politécnico do Porto and Gérard Vidal, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon 4. AbiertaUGR: a MOOC framework based on online learning communities, Miguel Gea, UGR 5. Good practice of MOOCs in teacher training, Peter Sloep, OUNL (coffee) PART III: discussion and workshop Presentation: "Just arrived": New EU initiative on Opening up Education: Innovative Teaching and Learning for all through new technologies and OER, Yves Punie, IPTS Round-up discussion and generation of key conclusions. Workshop facilitation: potentials for better informal VET and workplace learning through e-Learning. Facilitated by: Christian Stracke Read short summaries online Session chair: Lourdes Guàrdia 13:30 - 14:20 lunch (lunch) 14:20 - 14:30 transfer time II. Quality Initiatives (part II) III. Presentations: Quality approaches and methods 14:30 – 16:00 Workshop II.2 “The French Touch, 3 takes on Quality in e-Learning” ROOM 7B Facilitated by: Deborah Arnold, Joanne Maul, Claudine Muhlstein-Joliette, Jacques Dang Read the full description ROOM 604 Presentations III.2 4. Quality of mobile learning – Graham Atwell 5. Done-IT - Ketil Arnesen 6. Demonstration: MAGICAL "Exploring the educational potential of collaborative game building" Francesca Dagnino Read short summaries online Session chair: Albert Sangra 16:00 – 16:30 Coffee IV. Strategies and tools for Quality in Vocational education V. TEL Innovation Labs 16:30 – 17:10 Parallel streams ROOM 604 Book presentation: “Improving Quality of Vocational Training - Tools, Frameworks and Current Practice" Presentation: Anne-Christin Tannhäuser and Sandra Feliciano PLENARY Launch of the EFQUEL and UNIR Innovation labs (16:30 – 17:55) Launch of the lab and discussion on selection of innovations - focus groups, kicking off the lab
  3. 3. Alastair Creelman, Ulf Ehlers, Ebba Ossiannilsson, Sandra Feliciano Participate in the development of the book online! VI. Quality for OER VII. Quality for Virtual Mobility VIII. Impact and Network Building 17:10 - 17:55 Parallel streams Presentations: Quality and Open educational Resources ROOM 604 1. " Policies for OER Uptake – Key statements on practice and policy”, Giles Pepler, Sero 2. EFQUEL research results and reports on Quality in OER, Ulf-Daniël Ehlers Session chair: Eva Seiler Quality in eLearning for Virtual Mobility ROOM 7A 1. Presentation of the Quality for VM guidelines, Airina Volungevičienė, VMU 2. Presentation of future strategy of EFQUEL on recognition of Open Learning, Anthony F. Camilleri Read more about these presentations Session chair: Claudio Dondi ROOM 7B 1. Use of Social Networks by Universities for Communication at Institutional Level, DR. Wolfram Laaser 2. "Forget the numbers – what about the impact! – making more of social media in European collaborative projects related to lifelong learning", Sally Reynolds, ATiT Read more about these presentations Session chair: Iolanda Garcia 17:55 – 18:15 transfer time 18:15 – 19:00 KEYNOTE III Josep Grifoll: “Looking for an effective and efficient external Quality Assurance scheme for e- learning” And closing remarks of day 1, Albert Sangra PLENARY
  4. 4. From 20:30 CET onwards, Cultural Evening in the Gothic Quarter Located in the heart of Barcelona the Museu d’Història de Barcelona (or Barcelona History Museum) is one of the most emblematic sights in the city. The museum complex includes various unique buildings from different ages of Barcelona’s history. On this occasion we will go on a private guided tour around the roman ruins of the ancient city of Barcino. After the visit we will have dinner in a terrace at Casa Padellàs. This Gothic building is also in the museum premises, and dates back to the first half of the 14th century, but was refurbished with a Renaissance decoration style at the beginning of the 16th century. The patio has been conserved, with its noble staircase and Gothic gallery, Renaissance decoration with family heraldry on the doors and windows, and its upper arcade. The galleries provide beautiful views of the Barri Gòtic (Gothic Quarter) and its buildings. All information at: http://eif.efquel.org/
  5. 5. 27 SEPTEMBER DAY 2 9:00-9:10 Welcome day 2 9:10 - 09:50 KEYNOTE IV Jon File (CHEPS), http://www.u-multirank.eu/, U-Multirank PLENARY 9:50 - 10:30 Panel Panel: Which quality do we need in open education cultures? Panel discussion between representatives of EURASHE, ENQA, EUA, EFQUEL Moderated by Alastair Creelman PLENARY Presentation UPCNet 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee and transfer time SECTOR SESSIONS Modernisation of QA in HE Quality in e-Learning: cases and tools Quality and Open Education Cultures Schools Innovation 11:00 - 12:15 parallel sessions Workshop IX "eLearning Quality - where do we stand in Europe?" Policy workshop on quality in e-learning in a European perspective Facilitated by Terence Clifford-Amos (EURASHE) and Josep Grifoll (ENQA) PLENARY Workshop X: country examples 1. Russian showcases Erika Soboleva 2. Norwegian showcases: Collaboration for Quality, Yngve Nordkvelle 3. French examples, Deborah Arnold 4. Bent Kure: report on the MOOC Conference in Norway Workshop facilitation: Erika Soboleva, AKKORK Read more about this workshop ROOM7A WORKSHOP XI "Quality Café - interactive discussion, learning café on quality of e-Learning" This interactive learning cafe aims to discuss crucial questions to development and capture the participants’ knowledge and ideas to support further knowledge building and thoughts and experiences regarding e- learning. Facilitated by Elisabeth Saalman Read more about this workshop ROOM7B WORKSHOP XII "Innovation in Lifelong Learning" ROOM 604 Moderated by: Fabio Nascimbeni  Mainstreaming and scalability (22 micro- innovations), Anthony F. Camilleri, EFQUEL  Success factors for innovative schools, Giles Pepler, Sero Read more about this workshop
  6. 6. 12:15 - 13:15 Coffee de luxe 13:15 - 14:30 Presentation sessions WORKSHOP XIII "Multirank: ranking of HE in European and global comparison, focus on ICT criteria" Facilitated by: Jon File, CHE U-Multirank aims to provide a multi-dimensional assessment of the performance of higher educational institutions both at the level of the institution as a whole and in the broad academic fields in which it is active. Read more about this session ROOM 7A Workshop XIV: Getting down to it...: What is the quality of your course? programme? Institution?" Workshop on quality tools, checks and certifications. 1. E-xcellence, Darco Jansen, EADTU 2. EFQUEL quality services (ECBCheck, UNIQUe), Anthony F. Camilleri 3. REVIVE VET, Estela Daukšienė (VMU) ROOMS 618 + 624 Workshop XV "Open Education Ideas and Innovations" Facilitated by Jan Pawlowski, University of Jyväskylä Interactive workshop on the concept of Open Educational Ideas and Innovations – towards early stage sharing in OER development  Which experiences have had the participants developing or using OER?  Main barriers to idea sharing? What can go wrong?  Which artefacts can be shared? How to build networks of collaborators around OEI? Read more about the workshop ROOM 7B WORKSHOP XVI "Quality for School Innovation" Moderated by: Anne-Christin Tannhäuser, EFQUEL and José Ramón García Aranda, MT Educacióny Formación  The Q4I quality model, Fabio Nascimbeni, MENON  Manifesto dialogue  UPCnet and Garbi schools. Using tablets as a learning resource Read more about this workshop ROOM 604 14:45 - 15:30 Closing speech Antonio Teixeira, president of EDEN – European Distance and e-Learning Network PLENARY 15:30 - 16:00 Wrap up and conclusions Ulf-Daniel Ehlers, EFQUEL president PLENARY

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