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    THE ONLINE, OPEN AND FLEXIBLE HIGHER EDUCATION CONFERENCE

    Transforming higher education in the 21st Century;
    “Innovating pathways to learning and continuous professional education”

    29 & 30 October 2015

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    EADTU launches call for abstracts for their Online, Open and Flexible Higher Education Conference 2015 in Hagen

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EADTU Conference 2015

Transforming higher education in the 21st century;

"Innovating pathways to learning and continuous professional education"

The Online, Open and flexible Higher Education conference 2015 is hosted by the FernUniversität Hagen.

An impression of Hagen:

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Keynotes

Our already confirmed keynote presentations

  1. Anja Oskamp (President of EADTU and rector of Open University of the Netherlands)
  2. Johannes Heinlein (Vice president of strategic partnerships for edX)
  3. Jeff Haywood (Vice-Principal Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh)
  4. Cristóbal Cobo (associate researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute, Director of the Study Center – CEIBAL Foundation in Uruguay)

Please check regularly for updates on keynote presentations as more will follow soonest.

Scope and themes

Scope

Technology-based teaching and learning lead to the transformation of higher education. Through new modes of teaching and learning,  three complementary educational areas are emerging in European higher education: (1) blended and online degree education; (2) flexible continuous education and continuous professional development online, including new types of short programmes; and  (3) online open education through OERs and MOOCs.

Themes
  • Policies in the changing pedagogical landscape
  • Empowering universities for the modernisation of higher education
  • Blended education
  • Flexible continuing education and new types of courses
  • Open education and MOOCs
  • Learning analytics and learning technologies

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Hagen

  • Stadtwald Hagen

    Stadtwald Hagen

    Hasper Talsperre. Foto: Michael Kaub
  • Hagener Impuls

    Hagener Impuls

    Krematorium Hagen Delstern; Architekt Peter Behrens; erstes Krematorium ''im Westen''; bedeutendes Gesamtkunstwerk weitgehend erhalten. Foto: Michael Kaub
  • Schumacher Museum

    Schumacher Museum

    Emil Schumacher Museum Hagen. Foto: W Hannappel
  • Oberlichtsaals

    Oberlichtsaals

    Ansicht des Oberlichtsaals des Emil Schumacher Museums Hagen. Foto: W Hannappel
  • Kunstquartier

    Kunstquartier

    Blick auf das Osthaus Museum Hagen. Foto: W Hannappel

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