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Changing the trajectory: Quality for opening up education
Creelman, Alastair · Shamarina-Heidenreich, Tatiana · Stracke, Christian M. · Kear, Karen · Williams, Keith · Rosewell, Jon · Heinen, Richard · Blees, Ingo · Kerres, Michael · Rittberger, Marc · Bruce, Alan · Riviou, Katerina · Hamilton, Mark · Conole, Gráinne · Bird, Terese · Richter, Thomas · Adelsberger, Heimo H. · Jansen, Darco · Daniel, John · Uvalić-Trumbić, Stamenka · Grammatikopoulos, V. · Gregoriadis, A. · Liukkonen, J. · Zachopoulou, E. · Leal, T. · Pessanha, M. · Barros, S. · Lappalainen, Harri · Suvivuo, Pia · Kavouras, Marinos · Sotiriou, Sofoklis · Baglatzi, Alkyoni · Darra, Nancy · Kokla, Margarita · Lazoudis, Aggelos · Pastra, Katerina · Tomai, Eleni · Ossiannilsson, Ebba · Pappa, Dimitra · Ribić, Aleksandra Mudrinić · Quien, Maja · Smith, David · Poce, Antonella · Iovine, Annalisa · Caro, Edmundo Tovar · Dimovska, Ana · Jayalath, Janaka J A D. · Nascimbeni, Fabio · McGreal, Rory · University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE, Germany) [sponsor] · European Foundation for Quality in e-Learning (EFQUEL, Belgium) [sponsor]

PublishedJune 2014
Type of workOfficial Proceedings of the International EIF / LINQ Conference 2014 held in Crete, Greece, on 7th -9th of May 2014
ConferenceInternational EIF/ LINQ Conference 2014
Pages 1-247
EditorsStracke, Christian M. · Ehlers, Ulf-Daniel · Creelman, Alastair · Shamarina-Heidenreich, Tatiana
CountryGreece

ABSTRACT
The jointly-organised EFQUEL Innovation Forum (EIF) 2014 and International Learning Innovations and Quality (LINQ) Conference took place in Crete on 7-9 May. The event addressed innovations and quality in lifelong learning, education and training: potential points of access to this field, including new learning methods and design, technology-enhanced learning, quality standards and certification, human resources development, competences and skills, digital resources, learning materials, and online collaboration and communities in the light of the European Commission’s Opening up education -initiative launched in 2013.


Published atCrete
ISSN978-3-8325-3686-2
RefereedDoes not apply
Rights© Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH © Christian M. Stracke, eLC / UDE 2014
URLhttp://www.learning-innovations.eu/sites/learning-innovations.eu/files/2014/LINQ_2014_Proceedings_final.pdf
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