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Introduction of EDEN - the European Distance and E-Learning Network

the largest, active and developingprofessional community of expertsandpractitioners of electronic distance education in Europe

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Mission of the Association

  • The most comprehensive European association of its kind, established in 1991
  • Provision of platform for professional co-operation, information exchange
  • Open for all levels and sectors of education and training
  • Open for institutions, individuals and networks
  • Based in the UK, Secretariat in Budapest since 1997
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Membership

  • Institutions – Individuals – Networks
  • 203 institutional members
  • 1165 members in NAP: Network of Academics and Professionals – meeting and communication forum
  • 30 European or national networks present in membership
  • 408 institutions represented from 59 countries within and outside Europe
  • Join the largest lively networking European professional community
  • Take advantage of acknowledgement of your professional achievements
why become a member
Why Become a Member?
  • Access easily the classified and searchable database
  • Benefit from the professional development supporting activities
  • Attend conferences and buy publications at reduced fees
  • Download latest EDEN conference proceedings for free
  • Be kept up-to-date by a regular electronic newsflash
  • Use the electronic Members’ Dissemination Space
partnerships and target groups
Partnerships and Target Groups
  • Traditional and open universities, colleges
  • National associations and bodies
  • Researchers of open, flexible, distance and e-learning
  • School level education – the“Open Classroom” initiative
  • Vocational training
  • The corporate sector
developing european policy
Developing European Policy
  • Promotion of networking and co-operation in distance education in Europe
  • East-West collaboration
  • Policy and feasibility studies – “Learning Innovation for the Adapted Lisbon Agenda” May 2006
  • “The European ODL Liaison Committee” – Collaboration forum of major European distance learning networks
  • Towards the creation of a European „Learnovation” Stakeholders Round Table for an innovation-friendly Europe
the open classroom w orking group
The Open Classroom Working Group
  • Distance Education, e-Learning and New Technologies in School Level Education and Training
  • Open Classroom Conferences since 1995
  • 1998 – WorkingGroup within EDEN
  • Link to other EU initiatives (EENet, MENON, EUN)
  • Policy paper: “Open Learning for the School Age in the Information Society”
promoting professional development the eden conferences
Promoting professional development - the EDEN Conferences
  • EDEN Annual Conferencessince 1992, the main academic and professional European events in open, distance and e-learning
  • Open Classroom conferencesEDEN initiative for school level ODL development since 1995
  • Research WorkshopsEDEN initiative since 2000
the eden annual conferences
The EDEN Annual Conferences

19-22 June,2011 - Dublin “Learning and Sustainability”

  • 2010 – Valencia
  • 2009 – Gdansk
  • 2008 – Lisbon
  • 2007 – Naples
  • 2006 – Vienna
  • 2005 – Helsinki
  • 2004 – Budapest
  • 2003 – Rhodes
  • 2002 – Granada
  • 2001 – Stockholm
  • 1999 – Moscow
  • 1998 – Bologna
  • 1997 – Budapest
  • 1996 – Poitiers
  • 1995 – Birmingham
  • 1994 – Tallinn
  • 1993 – Berlin
  • 1992 – Krakow
open classroom conferences
“Open Classroom” Conferences
  • 2009 - Porto
  • 2007 - Stockholm
  • 2005 - Poitiers
  • 2002 - Copenhagen
  • 2000 - Barcelona
  • 2000 - Barcelona
  • 1999 - Balatonfüred
  • 1997 - Crete
  • 1995 - Oslo

Research Workshops

  • 2010 - Budapest
  • 2008 - Paris
  • 2006 - Barcelona
  • 2004 - Oldenburg
  • 2002 - Hildesheim
  • 2000 - Prague
distance and e learning in transition learning innovation technology and social challenges
Distance and e-Learning in Transition – Learning Innovation, Technology and Social Challenges
  • selection of the best EDEN conference papers from the past years, revisiting research, innovation and professional practice in distance and e-learning
  • 928 pages, hard back
  • Edited by Ulrich Bernath, András Szűcs, Alan Tait and Martine Vidal
publications and information services
Publications and information services
  • Conference Proceedings
  • Policy and feasibility studies
  • EDEN Web site, NAP Members Area, Members’ Dissemination Space
  • EDEN Listserv
  • European Journal of Open and Distance Learning (EURODL – www.eurodl.org) modernised and re-launched in 2004
contribution to eu programmes
Contribution to EU Programmes

EDEN’s participation in European Union programmes is focused on:

  • comprehensive strategic projects
  • quality development
  • observatory
  • networking and knowledge base building
  • evaluation and dissemination of the project results
contribution to eu programmes1
Contribution to EU Programmes
  • Successful involvement in comprehensive strategic EU projects of quality development, observatory nature (HEXTLEARN, LEARNOVATION, HELIOS, eTTCampus, SEEQUEL, DELOS)
  • Exploiting the wide-scale expertise of NAP members
  • EDEN’s contributions in numerous other initiatives through networking, evaluation and dissemination activities
www eden online org
www.eden-online.org

Check the EDEN websitefor more information

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