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Events: Experts Summit for Outcome Based Education

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This is Day 1 of the 3rd Annual meeting of the European Competency SIG meeting in the area of competency-based, technology-enhanced learning and is by invitation only. Registration is now closed. If you wish to attend but are not registered, please contact Erlend Øverby - phone: +4790129642, email: erlend.overby@hypatia.no
Date: 30 Nov 2010
Agenda: hyperlink http://wiki.teria.no/display/compsig/expert-summit-day1
Contact: Tore Hoel
Location: Sorat Ambassador Hotel, Bayreuther Straße 42, Berlin
The idea of the workshop is to provide future work items in the field of competency-based, technology-enhanced learning. Currently, most technologies and also people still think in terms of content, e.g., when planning courses, when searching and re-using OER, when describing learning opportunities. However, given the current European developments, it is necessary to initiate a radical paradigm shift: From Content to Competence (through Activities)! The goal of the two days workshop is to identify current approaches, developments and tools and to understand how those could contribute towards this paradigm shift. The context is standardisation for Learning, Education and Training: We want to come up with an agenda for further standardisation actions, and identify issues that need further research.

Registration for this event is currently closed. Please contact: Tore Hoel

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