Presentations and survey results

Results of the presurvey 

26 October

E-learning in the Southern Mediterranean: Trends and challenges. Pierre Gedeon, Director of International Relations, Notre Dame University, Lebanon 

E-learning in European higher education. Michael Gaebel, Director of Higher Education Policy Unit, EUA

The diversity of institutional approaches to e-learning

Changing learning methods and approaches, their assessment and qualityassurance -  Introductory presentationCharalambos Vrasidas, Executive Director, CARDET/University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Break-out groups: ‘Changing learning methods and approaches’ 

Group 1: Safa Nasser Elddin, Vice President for Jerusalem Affairs, Al Quds University, Palestine

Group 2: Jasmina Nlkolic, Deputy Head of Team, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Group 3: Diala Hamaidi, Professor, Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Jordan

27 October

Digitalisation of the university: Implications for learning, teaching, and researchEva Seiler, University of Zuerich, Switzerland

E-learning to address challenges in conflict regions

Brief presentation of the HERE Virtual Community and Website. Jonna Korhonen, EUA/SPHERE Team

Break out groups on thematic issues: What do we take away from here for our institutions and systems?     

Group 1‘Internationalising through e-learning’- Irine Darchia, Associate Professor, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU)/Ministry of Education and Science, Georgia

Group 2: E-learning environment and policies’- Isam Zabalawi, President, Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences, Jordan

Group 3: E-learning and education networks’- Listopad H.N. Zhivitskaya, Belorussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, Belarus