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Realising the full potential of e-learning at all levels of education

Strasbourg, 1 October 2007, Palais de l’Europe, the Committee on Culture, Science and Education of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe will explore the full potential of e-learning at all levels of education.

 Opening by Jacques Legendre, Senator (France), Chairman of the Committee

    Introduction by Axel Fischer, Member of Parliament (Germany), Rapporteur of the Committee

Session 1: The potential of e-learning
  • Brendan Barrett, Head of Media Studio, United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan (live by video conference)
  • Brenda Gourley, Vice-Chancellor and Professor, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK (video message)
  • Alberto Colorni, Professor, Politecnico di Milano, Italy (live by video conference)
  • Gilly Salmon, Professor of e-learning and learning technologies, University of Leicester, UK (video message)
  • Wojciech Zielinski, Professor and Pro Vice Chancellor, Academy of Humanities and Economics, Łódź, Poland (live by video conference)
Session 2: The future of e-learning
  • Per Bergamin, Director, Institute for Research in Open and Distance Learning and e-Learning, Fernfachhochschule, Brig, Switzerland
  • Serge Ravet, Chief Executive, European Institute for e-Learning, Champlost, France
  • Bernard Dumont, e-learning consultant, Paris, France
  • Helmut Hoyer, Rector and Professor, FernUniversität, Hagen, Germany
  • (video message via Internet)
Keith Bain, International Manager, Liberated Learning Consortium, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Canada (video message via Internet)

Conclusion:

Axel Fischer, Member of Parliament (Germany), Rapporteur of the Committee
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