Slides & Documents / Bologna goes Digital (26th September 2018, Berlin)

David Ausserhofer/Stifterverband

     

      Welcome Remarks (Dr Dorothea Rüland Secretary General DAAD)

Keynote How digitisation will change the face of the higher education landscape in Europe (Prof Dr Valérie Lemarquand, Attaché for Higher Education, French Embassy Berlin)

 

Workshop 1: On the potential of digital tools to open up higher education and widen international participation through induction courses (Dr Renata Suter, Head of Research, Kiron Open Higher Education)

 

Workshop 2: Collaboration is the key: digitisation and internationalisation (Alexander Knoth Advisor Digitalisation of Teaching/ International Affairs to the Vice-President, University of Potsdam)

 

Session 1: Recognition in the digital age: opportunities and challenges (Jenneke Lokhoff, Senior Policy Officer, Nuffic / Katrien Bardoel, Senior Policy Officer, Nuffic)

 

Session 2: Using blendedlearning formats in international study programmes: collaborative approaches (Dr Lars Klein, Cluster Coordinator Social Sciences, Economics and Law, U4 Network)

 

Session 3: Optimising administrative processes in international mobility and cooperation (João Bacelar, Executive Manager, European University Foundation)

 

Session 4: Quality of credentials in open education: pathways and technologies for recognition, transparency, and portability (Anthony F. Camilleri, Senior Partner, Knowledge Innovation Centre / Florian Rampelt, Programme Manager, German Forum for Higher Education in the Digital Age)

 

Position Paper Bologna Digital

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