History of LINQ Conferences
The LINQ Conference 2013 was the 2nd European and International Conference on Learning Innovation and Learning Quality continuing the annual LINQ Conference series. Conference Chair Christian M. Stracke was pleased to welcome 200 participants from four continents in the Global Headquarters of United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Rome, Italy. All conference participants enjoyed hig-level keynote speakers and stunning views nn ancient Rome from the venue's terrace.
The LINQ Conference 2012 was the 1st European Conference on Learning Innovation and Learning Quality establishing the annual LINQ Conference series.
The LINQ Conference was initiated by the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany) due to the feedback and requests from former European Conferences that the Conference Chair Christian M. Stracke from the University of Duisburg-Essen has organized: A need for discussions and the common interest on learning innovations and learning quality was identified during all the conferences and years.
Therefore the University of Duisburg-Essen launched the annual LINQ Conference series in the year 2012 and the first European LINQ Conference took place on 23rd of October in Brussels (Belgium).
The former European Conferences that were building the ground and leading to the annual LINQ Conference series are:
(Innovations in the Environmental Sector)
|1st European Conference INES 2007||in Vilnius (Lithuania)|
|2nd European Conference INES 2008||in Budapest (Hungary)|
|3rd European Conference INES 2010||in Bucharest (Romania)|
|4th European Conference INES 2011||in Brussels (Belgium)
on Wednesday, 21st of September 2011
(Competence Competence Modelling for European HR and Policies)
|1st European Conference COME-HR 2007||in Vilnius (Lithuania)|
|2nd European Conference COME-HR 2008||in Budapest (Hungary)|
|3rd European Conference COME-HR 2010||in Bucharest (Romania)|
|4th European Conference COME-HR 2011||in Brussels (Belgium)
on 9th and 10th of November 2011