The LINQ 2015 Proceedings are available online with a creative commons license for open and free access and sharing!
And also the Presentations from the international LINQ 2015 Conference can be viewed and downloaded here, Read more
We are happy that the LINQ Community actively shared experiences and passionately discussed this year’s motto “The Need for Change in Education: Openness as Default?” turning LINQ 2015 into a lively event.
Photos, videos and all presentations will be available here soon!
LINQ 2015 was a huge success thanks to our grown LINQ community, intimate atmosphere and more than 100 registered participants.
The LINQ 2015 Conference Programme has been published: download it here!
LINQ 2015 will be enriched by a special Conference Event: Explore Inspiring Science Education! The pioneering Inspiring Science Education initiative (ISE) will host a special conference event centred on their experience in technology-enhanced science education.
The fourth annual LINQ conference on “Learning Innovations and Quality” will convene renowned international keynotes, experts and voices from the field for presenting and discussing the scientific and practice papers selected by the International Programme Committee in double-blind peer-review, in addition to sixteen research project presentations. The selected six distinct and interactive workshops demonstrate LINQ 2015’s dedication to furthering quality education and facilitating interaction between all participants. Read more
The accepted Scientific and Practice Papers, Workshops and Project Presentations have been published! All submissions were reviewed in double-blind peer review and carefully selected by the International Scientific Programme Committee.
And all submissions for workshops and project presentations Read more
Prof. Dr. Grainne Conole joined the University of Bath Spa on 1st February 2015 as Chair in Education. She was previously at University of Leicester, where she was professor of learning innovation and director of the Institute of Learning Innovation. Her research interests include: the use, integration and evaluation of Information and Communication Technologies and e-learning, research on Open Educational Resources (OER) and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Read more
UNESCO IITE, as inventor and promotor of the UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers, has been a driver and supporter of learning innovations and quality for decades.
LINQ 2015 is pleased to announce first confirmed Keynotes from UNESCO and European Commission:
Professor Dr. Alexander Khoroshilov, Officer-in-Charge for the UNESCO Institute for IT in Education (IITE), Mr. Bodo Richter, European Commission’s Unit on Innovation in Education, and Dr. Yves Punie, European Commission Institute for Prospective Technological Studies.
Professor Dr. Alexander Khoroshilov is the Officer-in-Charge for UNESCO IITE. He holds a PhD and is a well-known scientist and specialist on ICTs, mathematical modeling and statistics. He has over 40 years of deep professional experience in the field of ICTs and education (strategic development and management, capacity building and professional development, coordination of scientific-educational projects) including that at the international level.
Bodo Richter represents the European Commission as Deputy Head of Unit – Innovation in Education, European Institute of Innovation and Technology and Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions. Bodo Richter joined the European Commission in 1997. He has worked in the Directorates-General for Employment and Social Affairs as well as Education and Culture in the areas of training, communication, innovation, higher education and international organisations. Read more
Dr. Yves Punie is a senior researcher at the European Commission Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC IPTS), leading its research and policy activities on “ICT for Learning, Skills and Open Education”. His research covers four main interrelated research strands, across all educational sectors: Open Education and OER, Innovating Learning and Teaching, Key Competences and 21st century skills, and the Future of Learning.