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  1. E-LEARNING AND HIGHER EDUCATION Professor Tapio Varis University of Tampere, Finland www.uta.fi/~titava

  2. University in the 21st century • European university traditions • Universities of applied sciences • Nature of knowledge • European added value

  3. The Idea of University • The University within the Limits of Reason (Kantian University) • The University and the Idea of Culture • The University of the Market Model • Corporate University • The University of the Global Knowledge Society

  4. The Mission of the University: Global University System(GUS)

  5. Mr. Koichiro MatsuuraDG Unesco • “It is necessary to build up large movement to humanize globalization, based on solidarity, on the spirit of caring for and sharing with others” • Open Educational Resources (OER) initiative as a cooperation mechanism for the open, non-commercial use of educational resources

  6. Changes in management: the middle-out approach European learning portal: new skills, tools, quality instructions Common support structures: mobility and operative infrastructures, search engines National progress

  7. e-Learning competences • General, management, distribution method, presentation • Digital literacy: way of thinking, organizing and memorizing • Generation issue?

  8. eLibrary • Consortia libraries • The growth of digital materials • New learning culture • National and international cooperation • virtual universities: dreams and realities

  9. Global Learning • ICT and capacity-building • European Centre for Media Literacy (ECML)

  10. New Renaissance Education? • From the certainty of Galilei and Newton towards chaos theory, probability and relativity • Contextuality and complexity, change and uncertainty, fragmentary and holistic approach • The role of poetry, art, theatre and religion • New industries each needed new concepts and knowledge to be understood