JOINT EUROPEAN PROJECTS
University of Zagreb
University Computing Centre
TEMPUS Joint European Project EQIBELT
3rd Policy Workshop: Pedagogical Opportunities of E-Learning
G University Computing Centre University of Zagreb
Thursday, October 25 - Friday, October 26, 2007
� Simon Atkinson, University of Hull, EQIBELT project expert
� Experts from EU universities - EQIBELT project partners:
� Professor Alfredo Soeiro, University of Porto
� Professor Wim Van Petegem, University of Leuven
� Experts and practitioners from HR universities
� University teachers involved or interested in e-learning
� 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
� ICT or other support staff involved or interested in e-learning
¥ to learn and to collect experience from EU universities about pedagogical aspects and opportunities of e-learning
¥ to help teachers to define concrete pedagogical goals (improvements) of introduction of e-learning
¥ to present and discuss good examples, good or bad experiences with using of e-learning
¥ to exchange and to collect ideas, thoughts and opinions on e-learning from all major stakeholders of higher education system in HR and systemize them
Questions to be discussed and answered:
þ Modern approaches to teaching and learning
þ The roles of teachers and students in modern education
þ What should be changed in university teaching and learning and how these changes can be supported by information, communication and e-learning technology?
þ Why we want to introduce e-learning, what we want to change / to improve / to add?
þ How we can change / improve the process (organization) of teaching by usage of ICT?
þ Good and wrong examples of introduction of ICT into process of education
þ Should we and how encourage and stimulate teachers and students to use e-learning technology?
2 Presentation by workshop lecturers
2 Q&A sessions
2 Discussion and Conclusions