elearningeuropa.info Newsletter - Mayo 2010

Nueva entrega del Newsletter (Mayo 2010) de elearningeuropa.info.

Como es habitual, entre las convocatorias, proyectos destacados, etc. encontramos las siguientes publicaciones:

Insight 2009/2010 Country Reports on ICT in Education

The 2009/2010 edition outlines five key areas: 1. The education context 2. ICT policies 3. ICT in the curriculum 4. Digital learning resources 5. Teacher education for ICT...
the 2010 Horizon Report: K-12 Edition, examines emerging technologies for their potential impact on and use in teaching, learning, and creative expression within the environment of pre-college...
This is the twelfth annual Learning and Talent Development survey. The survey examines current practices within learning and talent development and explores the issues affecting the profession now...
These Principles have been developed by SNS providers in consultation with the European Commission, as part of its Safer Internet Plus Programme, and a number of NGOs, to provide good practice...
Este informe pretende servir de guía e inspiración ―en particular para la Comisión― de la propuesta de una estrategia y de un plan de acción 2015 globales, que movilicen todos los...
Structured around four central themes – the changing place of the media in the European home; digital interactive and mobile technologies; parenting, media, everyday and socialisation; and...
Case studies which have been identified to show how open educational practices can lead to imporved educational scenarioes....
The final gaming in families report details the key results from the project research, findings from interviews with gaming families and the outcomes of three family gaming workshops. The report is...
ICT provide learning and training opportunities for adult migrants and ethnic minorities, fostering their language and cultural skills, fighting illiteracy, and training digital skills, thus...
This project was designed to research such collaboration by undertaking practical e-work tasks through an internet platform and then testing their results...
The Model consists of eight levels, with the lowest levels defining the infrastructure required to enable initial computer training. The highest level applies to institutions where e-research is...

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