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LINQ / EIF 2014 Overview

Conference organisers from LINQ and EIF welcomed an international gathering of learning and quality experts in Rethymnon, Greece from May 7 to 9, 2014. The high level of engagement among the participants and their experiences in international education and learning research contexts facilitated a valuable exchange of knowledge and experience. Furthermore, accessible keynote speakers from diverse learning traditions and approaches provided participants with an intellectually intimate conference ambiance.

ICORE and OEC on Open Research and Education

ICORE and OEC addressed the connection between Open Research and Open Education:

Please find the results of the ICORE and OEC workshop here

In an interactive workshop ICORE and OEC have discussed with all participants the potentials of and needs for combining Open Research and Open Education.

Christian M. Stracke (ICORE) and Ignasi Lasbastida (OEC and CC) facilitated and moderated the session with their initial short statements.

European Workshop on Modernizing Schools

Join the European Workshop on Opening Up Education in Schools:

This interactive workshop will present success stories of innovative practices and introduce new services for teachers and schools in 28 European countries already tested in over 600 schools. Organized by the leading ODS consortium, the participants can explore the free and open platform, tools and the over 400 regional and local communities for teachers and by teachers.

Discount for Conference Hotel only at Registration!

Book the Conference Hotel at LINQ / EIF registration for a special price:

Only LINQ and EIF are offering unique discount for single rooms (74,- € instead of 88,- € for all-inclusive service) that are already sold out at the hotel: Register now to benefit from the discount and to save your hotel room at the fantastic Conference Venue for LINQ and EIF 2014 on the stunning Greek island Crete!

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