UM-JEP 19105-2004

Coordinated by:

University of Zagreb
University Computing Centre


TEMPUS Joint European Project EQIBELT
2nd Policy Workshop: What Standards do We Need and Why? (DRAFT AGENDA)


Cavtat, Croatia

G     Hotel CROATIA, Cavtat


Thursday, June 22 - Friday, June 23, 2006


     Experts from EU universities - EQIBELT project partners:

    Oleg Rudash,  Estonian E-University

   Elena Caballero, Valencia University of Technology

   Jan Thomas,  University of Vienna

     Experts and practitioners from Croatian universities
   Dr. Petar Pervan, Institut for Physics
   Kristijan Zimmer, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing


Audience (participants):

     Members of university bodies responsible for teaching, e-learning or ICT

     Members of government bodies responsible for implementation of e-learning methodology and technology

     Members of EQIBELT project team and university's e-learning teams

     University teachers involved or interested in e-learning

     ICT or other support staff involved or interested in e-learning


¥      to learn and to collect experience from EU universities about standards they use in implementing e-learning methodology and technology

¥      to help appointed university's 'e-learning strategy teams' to propose standards and recommendation documents on e-learning

¥      to start process of developing e-learning standards at Croatian partner universities

Questions to be discussed and answered:

þ      what are the main issues in choosing and implementing standards in e-learning

þ      what are the goals of defining and establishing standards in e-learning

þ      in what categories standards and recommendations can be divided (pedagogical framework, content development and e-learning development tools, e-learning environment etc.)

þ      what should be covered by standards and recommendations

þ      what standards are already available

þ      who should select and propose standards and recommendations



2     presentation by workshop lecturers

2     Q&A sessions after presentations

2     general discussion sessions