Media and Learning 2011

The Next Generation Learning Conference

SVEA

How to Integrate Social Media in Vocational and Adult Training

Location: Representation of the State of Baden-W├╝rttemberg to the EU, Rue Belliard 60-62, Brussels
23rd November 2011, 13:00 – 20:00

The Next Generation Learning Conference offers a unique chance to discuss the new opportunities arising from the use of social media in the field of vocational and adult training. International experts and experience practitioners will guide you through the benefits deriving from the integration of web 2.0 tools in the delivery of vocational and adult training courses and in the optimization of organizational processes in training institutions. The Next Generation Learning Conference is free of charge.

For a detailed program and online registration visit http://www.svea-project.eu/conference.html.


SVEA
The Next Generation Learning Conference is organized in the framework of the SVEA project which has been funded with support from the European Commission. The conference reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

EU Screen Launch

EUScreen

Location: VRT/RTBF, Auguste Reyerslaan 52, B-1043 Brussels
23rd November 2011, 10.30 - 13.00

EUscreen is a unique showcase of Europe's television heritage which brings together major audiovisual archives in Europe including RTBF and VRT who have joined forces to offer unified access to the history of television in Europe. Thousands of video's and images are available for free online consultation, and additional content is added on a daily basis. The portal can be used in different contexts such as education, curricula and research programmes and is available on http://www.euscreen.eu.

This launch is by invitation only. If you would like an invitation, please send a request to euscreen@media-and-learning.eu.


24 - 25 November 2011 Flemish Ministry of Education Headquarters, Brussels
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