We invite you to submit your views on the topic of Reacting to change and transforming European Lifelong Learning: the contribution of ICT in addressing key concerns related to learning innovation, through the second VISIR consultation. The survey is open to all learning professionals be it in academia, research or governance of education at any level.
In this survey, we would like to discuss how ICT can contribute to a set of key policy objectives, identified by the Stellar Network of Excellence in 2012:
- Cost reduction and effectiveness of learning
- Transferability of learning results across lifelong learning sectors and contexts
- Employability value of Education
- New assessment methods
- Scalability of innovation
- Learning attractiveness.
Join the consultation to share your views!
The survey takes max. 15 minutes. Use the flags below to answer in your language:
The VISIR stakeholders’ consultations aim to involve professionals and practitioners as well as decision makers, students, civil society representatives, getting their opinion and experience to develop a common vision on how ICT may help making lifelong learning a reality.
VISIR plans to launch four consultations in the period 2012-2014, each one organised using an innovative online format where people may vote and suggest statements, regarding themes highlighted by the research work being done within VISIR.
Results of the first consultation
The theme was: “What are the most relevant factors of change and how do they affect LLL?”, and it run in June 2012, aiming to analyse trends on ICT and learning in Europe, the VISIR domains of change, polarities and tensions and the main lines of evolution, trying to outline future scenarios till 2020.
Stay tuned on the VISIR website to know about the publication of the second report!