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Research for the CULT Committee - Modernisation of higher education

16-10-2017

This study analyses the policy developments since the Commission’s 2011 agenda for the modernisation of Europe’s higher education systems and assess the developments against the aims of the agenda. Second, it summarises most important achievements, shortcomings and challenges, to assess the effectiveness of the policy measures taken to reach the objectives set out in the 2011 agenda. Third, it assesses the renewed EU agenda in the light of these achievements, shortcomings and challenges and its renewed ...

This study analyses the policy developments since the Commission’s 2011 agenda for the modernisation of Europe’s higher education systems and assess the developments against the aims of the agenda. Second, it summarises most important achievements, shortcomings and challenges, to assess the effectiveness of the policy measures taken to reach the objectives set out in the 2011 agenda. Third, it assesses the renewed EU agenda in the light of these achievements, shortcomings and challenges and its renewed objectives. Last, it makes recommendations for actions by the Committee including follow-up with other major stakeholders.

Externe Autor

ACA: Irina Ferencz, Bernd Wächter

Erwachsenenbildung und freie Lern- und Lehrmaterialien

15-09-2015

In dieser Studie wird die derzeitige Nutzung freier Lehr- und Lernmaterialien (Open Educational Resources – OER) untersucht und das Potenzial dieser Ressourcen bewertet. Darüber hinaus werden – unter Berücksichtigung der Strategierahmen der Europäischen Kommission – Empfehlungen für politische Maßnahmen formuliert. Die Studie ist das Ergebnis einer neuen in zwölf Mitgliedstaaten durchgeführten Untersuchung und baut auf der Synthese mehrerer bestehender Forschungsarbeiten auf. Hierzu zählen Projekte ...

In dieser Studie wird die derzeitige Nutzung freier Lehr- und Lernmaterialien (Open Educational Resources – OER) untersucht und das Potenzial dieser Ressourcen bewertet. Darüber hinaus werden – unter Berücksichtigung der Strategierahmen der Europäischen Kommission – Empfehlungen für politische Maßnahmen formuliert. Die Studie ist das Ergebnis einer neuen in zwölf Mitgliedstaaten durchgeführten Untersuchung und baut auf der Synthese mehrerer bestehender Forschungsarbeiten auf. Hierzu zählen Projekte wie POERUP (Policies for OER Uptake), die von der Gemeinsamen Forschungsstelle (GFS) finanzierte Studie zu SharedOER aus dem Jahr 2014/15 sowie zwei jüngere Studien, von denen eine von der GFS und eine im Rahmen des Programms für lebenslanges Lernen in Auftrag gegeben wurde.

Externe Autor

Paul Bacsich, with additional research from Giles Pepler, Sara Frank Bristow, Ebba Ossiannilsson, Alistair Creelman, Eva Szalma and Ilmars Slaidins (Sero Consulting Ltd, the UK)

Innovative Schools: Teaching & Learning in the Digital Era

11-08-2015

The digital revolution is transforming our work, our organisations and our routines. It is transforming the way children and young people play, access information, communicate with each other and learn. But, so far, this revolution has not transformed most schools or most teaching and learning process in classrooms. There is no doubt that education has an important role to play in increasing the European competitiveness and reducing unemployment, but what can policy makers do to take full advantage ...

The digital revolution is transforming our work, our organisations and our routines. It is transforming the way children and young people play, access information, communicate with each other and learn. But, so far, this revolution has not transformed most schools or most teaching and learning process in classrooms. There is no doubt that education has an important role to play in increasing the European competitiveness and reducing unemployment, but what can policy makers do to take full advantage of emerging technologies in education while avoiding their downsides? With the objective of shedding some light on how Europe is performing (within the education field) in the "digital revolution" and to how strongly it is embedded both in school curricula and in teachers' education, the CULT Committee requested Policy Department B to organise a workshop on "Innovative Schools - teaching & learning in the digital era". The present document is the compilation of the background papers and power point presentations prepared for the workshop.

Externe Autor

Kirsti Lonka and Vincent Cho

Learning and teaching technology options

23-03-2015

Educational technology encompasses a wide array of technologies and methodologies that are shaped by stakeholders’ behaviours and affected by contextual factors that, if adequately mixed, can contribute to students and teachers better achieving their goals. Such a wide and complex task cannot be addressed by a simple and single intervention. Comprehensive on-going policies are required, covering technology, methodology, economic and regulatory aspects; in addition,  such policies are dependent on ...

Educational technology encompasses a wide array of technologies and methodologies that are shaped by stakeholders’ behaviours and affected by contextual factors that, if adequately mixed, can contribute to students and teachers better achieving their goals. Such a wide and complex task cannot be addressed by a simple and single intervention. Comprehensive on-going policies are required, covering technology, methodology, economic and regulatory aspects; in addition,  such policies are dependent on strong stakeholder engagement. This is a new process where we must learn by doing; therefore, carefully assessing the results of the different interventions is crucial to ensuring success.

Externe Autor

Rafael Rivera Pastor, Carlota Tarín Quirós (Iclaves)

Digital opportunities for education in the EU

31-03-2014

The world of education is currently undergoing massive transformation as a result of the digital revolution. In the European Union (EU), children become active online from the age of 7, and 76% of EU households have access to broadband Internet. However, research shows that early use of digital technologies is not necessarily linked to good digital competencies. As jobs are becoming more 'knowledge and digital skills-intensive', continued investment in upgrading education and training systems will ...

The world of education is currently undergoing massive transformation as a result of the digital revolution. In the European Union (EU), children become active online from the age of 7, and 76% of EU households have access to broadband Internet. However, research shows that early use of digital technologies is not necessarily linked to good digital competencies. As jobs are becoming more 'knowledge and digital skills-intensive', continued investment in upgrading education and training systems will be instrumental to maintaining the EU's competitiveness and attractiveness.

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