As last year, EAGLE participated at the LEARNTEC event in Karlsruhe, Germany, from 24 to 26 January.
Several EAGLE partner institutions conduct validation activities in Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg and Montenegro. Public administrations are invited to participate in a digital check-up and to test the new prototype of the EAGLE learning solution. If you are interested to get to know EAGLE, please contact Sonja Trapp, firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of an EAGLE meeting, participants are invited to check-out the EAGLE prototype. In a full-day workshop, OER will be created that help users to a) better understand different features of the EAGLE learning solution and its assets, and b) create resources to help future users to easily navigate through the platform.
In March, one of the EAGLE partners in Germany, DHBW Heidenheim, will start a series of workshops as a qualification offer for employees of local administrations. Using the EAGLE Open Source platform, they will have the opportunity to engage in networking and to expand their digital competences. More specifically, they will learn about
- netiquette and discussion forums
- using, creating and sharing open educational resources
- wikis and blogs
The workshops are led by EAGLE's scientific coordinator, Prof. Dr Sabine Möbs.
In two presentations and one panel, EAGLE presented and discussed its work and results at the MODELSWARD 2016 conference.
EAGLE team members met in Heidenheim (Germany) for a so-called "Ped-Tech-Hackathon" and discussed pedagogical concepts, their technical implementation – and how all of this is going to help users.
Speeches, presentations and feedback from visitors at the 8th European Quality Conference showed that EAGLE is highly relevant to European local authorities.
EAGLE partner ZHAW has been invited to present the project at LEARNTEC 2016 - Learning with IT- International Trade Fair and Convention in Karlsruhe, 26 - 28 January 2016. The presentation will be part of the congress section "Next generation Learning - an International View".
The European Public Administration Network (EUPAN) has established a tradition of stimulating the quality dynamic in public administrations.
EAGLE will be present with an exhibition booth and at a major Germany-wide e-Government conference and trade fair "Neue Verwaltung" (new administration). The event will take place in Leipzig, 2-3 June 2015, with over 1000 participants from public administration, buisiness and science. This years headline: stabil. mobil. agil.