Across the German borders: Digital Hgher Education in the EU
The role of EDEN organisation
Open Education in Croatia
ET202...
2
“The smart network for the professional community
and a professional community for smart learning”
The most extensive and established professional
network in open and distance learning
 Founded in 1991
 200 institutiona...
Core missions
• Policy and feasibility studies
• Professional development – the Garden of
Learning
• Innovative projects
T...
EDEN 2017 Annual Conference
7
http://www.eden-online.org/2017_jonkoping/
• The skills and knowledge required to take an ac...
Open Education in Croatia
• Croatian Education, Science and Technology Strategy (2014)
– Croatia should be open, mobile an...
Examples of good practice - SRCE
• main computing centre and the architect of e-infrastructure,
covering both the Universi...
New priorities for European cooperation in
education and training (autumn 2015)
• Relevant and high-quality knowledge, ski...
ET2020 Working group on Digital skills and
competencies (2016-2018)
• Issues addressed:
– Development of digital competenc...
The role of EDEN organisation / Open Education in Croatia (Sandra Kucina-Softic)
The role of EDEN organisation / Open Education in Croatia (Sandra Kucina-Softic)
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The role of EDEN organisation / Open Education in Croatia (Sandra Kucina-Softic)

  1. 1. Across the German borders: Digital Hgher Education in the EU The role of EDEN organisation Open Education in Croatia ET2020 WG on Digital Skills and Competencies Sandra Kucina Softic • EDEN Vice-President for Open professional collaboration • Assistant Director for Education and User Support at the University of Zagreb University Computing Centre (SRCE) • sskucina@srce.hr e-teaching.org, November 7, 2016
  2. 2. 2 “The smart network for the professional community and a professional community for smart learning”
  3. 3. The most extensive and established professional network in open and distance learning  Founded in 1991  200 institutional members  1200 individual members  Cooperation agreements  65 EU projects since 1997  ERASMUS+ Civil Society Cooperation Operating Grant since 2015 3 http://www.eden-online.org/
  4. 4. Core missions • Policy and feasibility studies • Professional development – the Garden of Learning • Innovative projects To support our members and partners in their endeavours to modernise education in Europe • Annual Conferences • Network of Academics and Professionals • Disseminating good practice, project results and policy To facilitate the exchange of knowledge and practice in all sectors and levels of education • Support for early-stage researchers • The European Journal of Open, Distance and e- Learning EURODL • Bi-annual Research workshops To further research in the field 4
  5. 5. EDEN 2017 Annual Conference 7 http://www.eden-online.org/2017_jonkoping/ • The skills and knowledge required to take an active part in a society characterised by digital technology are embedded, learned, and practiced in people’s daily lives. • Technology and open education open doors to groups of learners from a range of backgrounds, generations, cultures with different languages, literacies, and ways of communication. • What are the new challenges for teachers and educators in the new media landscapes to create meaningful contexts for learning? • Submissions: 30 January 2017
  6. 6. Open Education in Croatia • Croatian Education, Science and Technology Strategy (2014) – Croatia should be open, mobile and innovative with science and education as developmental priorities – to ensure high-quality education available to everyone under the same conditions and possibilities – the importance of using information and communication technologies in educational process, fostering the implementation of e-learning, other modern methods of teaching based on ICT and development of open educational resources • Croatian Declaration on Open Access (2012) • E-learning in higher education is used mostly as the blended model • National e-learning platform Merlin for HEI • The Catalogue of the Higher Education Institutions’ E-courses in Croatia 8
  7. 7. Examples of good practice - SRCE • main computing centre and the architect of e-infrastructure, covering both the University of Zagreb and the whole research and higher education system. • competence centre for information and communication technologies, as well as the centre for education and support in the area of ICT application • SRCE Open Access Policy (2014) • Portal „SRCE& Open Education” - educational resources developed within the framework of SRCE’s educational activities, under CC licences, open and free to anyone • Activities on promotion of open education and open access • Online course on CC licences 9
  8. 8. New priorities for European cooperation in education and training (autumn 2015) • Relevant and high-quality knowledge, skills and competences developed throughout lifelong learning, focusing on learning outcomes for employability, innovation, active citizenship and well-being; • Inclusive education, equality, equity, non-discrimination and the promotion of civic competences; • Open and innovative education and training, including by fully embracing the digital era; • Strong support for teachers, trainers, school leaders and other educational staff; • Transparency and recognition of skills and qualifications to facilitate learning and labour mobility; • Sustainable investment, quality and efficiency of education and training systems. 10
  9. 9. ET2020 Working group on Digital skills and competencies (2016-2018) • Issues addressed: – Development of digital competences at all levels of learning (includion non- formal and informal), in response to digital revolution – Fostering transparency, quality assurance, validation and recognition of skills and qualifications, including those acquired through digital, online and open learning resources, as well as non-formal and informal learning – Increasing synergies between education, research and innovation activities, with a sustainable growth perspective, building on developments in HE, with a new focus on VET and schools – Promoting use of ICT with a view to increasing the quality and relevance of education at all levels; Boosting availability and quality of open and digital educational resources and pedagogies at all education levels, in cooperation with European open source communities 11

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