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LINKS-UP - Learning 2.0 for an Inclusive Knowledge Society - Understanding the Picture

Deliverable 14 Linksup-Events

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LINKS-UP - Learning 2.0 for an Inclusive Knowledge Society - Understanding the Picture

Deliverable 14 Linksup-Events

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The objective of the Events organised and presentations were twofold. On one hand we aimed at the
effective dissemination and exploitation of the Links‐up project outcomes, on the other hand we
aimed at involving stakeholders of the project and target groups via 'Learning Dialogues' and events
to ensure sustainability on a long term. The primary target groups for the dissemination and
exploitation activities have been targeted when organising and selecting events where Links‐up was
presented: EU and national government agencies, policy‐makers; Learning and inclusion networks;
training providers. Events started at an early stage of the project to ensure continuity and deeper
involvement of target groups. Events included the three Learning Dialogues combined with national
events and the Final Conference (reported separately) with intensive exchange of opinions and
experiences using action learning set methodology and role‐plays.

Based on the participant feedback at the first Learning Dialogue, the project consortium decided to
concentrate efforts on the local initiatives and their learning path during the validation experiments
while launching dissemination actions targeted on fellow researchers in trendsetting positions.
Based on this strategy, Links‐up were mostly set in international or national scientific conferences.
During the events participants were asked to put themselves in the position of grass‐root initiative
facilitators and policy makers to exchange opinions and experiences on the key research questions of
the project. An introduction of experiences of previous events and ongoing emerging results of the
project were fed back to the event participants to fertilise discussions. Events included Learning
Cafés at the Plymouth e‐Learning Conference 2010, at the EduMedia Conference 2010 as well as
the 2010 EDEN Annual Conference, keynote speeches and workshops at the NEXT regional
conferences in 2010 and 2011, various activities at the EDEN 2011 Annual Conference, the
presentation of a research paper and interactive discussions at the e‐Challenges e‐2011
Conference, the Final Links‐up Conference and an additional Online Webinar.
One of the outputs of such events were the recorded interviews of 5 key researchers and experts on
the field of open learning (Prof. Aharon (Roni) Aviram, Chair of the Center for Futurism in Education
at Ben‐Gurion University, Steve Wheeler, Associate Professor at the University of Plymouth and
Edublogger, Ingeborg Bo, Member of the Board of Trustees of the ICDE (International Council for
Open and Distance Education, Graham Attwell, Director of Welsh independent research institute
Pontydysgu, Associate Fellow at University of Warwick, UK and University of Bremen, Germany,
Maruja Gutierrez‐Diaz, Advisor to the Director, Education and Culture, European Commission;
Former Head of Unit Innovation and Transversal Policies, European Commission) published on
YouTube and on the project website (details and links on the interviews are included in the Report on
Learning Dialogues).

As Links‐up events were supported by presentations at selected conferences, announcements at the
project website and through regular Links‐up Newsletters and project presence on social web
channels such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, elearningeuropa.info community and EDEN social web
community with considerable amount of visits, shares and readers.

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OrganisatieDe Haagse Hogeschool
LectoraatLectoraat Informatie, Technologie en Samenleving
Jaar2011
TypeRapport
TaalEngels

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