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“Learning Innovations and Quality” 2015 to Host Special Contributions by Inspiring Science Education, Open Discovery Space Project, UNESCO & more – Registration still open!
By: LINQ Conference
On 12 May, the pioneering Inspiring Science Education project (ISE - www.inspiring-
Europe’s largest learning technology project, Open Discovery Space (ODS - www.opendiscoveryspace.eu), will host a high-level preconference event on innovative school education on 11 May, a theme regarding which the project has collected uniquely extensive experience. ODS firstly empowers stakeholders through a centralised access point for dispersed educational repositories. Secondly, its multilingual portal engages creators in the production of new learning resources. Finally, it collects feedback on the effectiveness of both old and new resources. This trifecta has demonstrated the potential of integrating technology in lesson planning to promote innovation and track quality on an immense scale.
UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (www.unesco.org) will collaborate with EBE-EUSMOSI (Inclusive Education in Europe: Putting Theory into Practice - www.inclusive-
The TELL US Awards (www.tellusawards.eu)
The complete LINQ 2015 programme can be found on the official conference webpage (http://2015.learning-
Though non-profit in nature, the conference fee and registration through the LINQ website is required. The fee includes all provisions, including warm lunches, coffee breaks, the conference bag, and a copy of the official conference proceedings. Registration for LINQ 2015 is still open, but interested parties should act quickly, as accommodations are limited. Interested parties should go to the conference website to register (http://2015.learning-
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Direct enquiries can be sent to the LINQ Conference Manager Mrs Natalja Nillmaier at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany (Natalja.Nillmaier@
Mrs Natalja Nillmaier