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Events Newsflash September 2008

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Events Newsflash

September 2008

In Brief


ILearning Forum 2009, Paris 19-20 January 2009

  • New: 1 event, 2 conferences! - iLearning Forum and RAC
  • Call for contributions - deadline extended to 15 October
  • Sponsor or exhibit at the enlarged exhibition
  • New: Enter for the iLearning Awards

RAC 2009, Paris 19-20 January 2009

  • Call for contributions - deadline extended to 15 October
  • Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities

EIfEL is recruiting

Meet EIfEL at partner events

 

iLearning Forum 2009, Paris 19-20 January 2009 - Call for Contributions

The next iLearning Forum International Conference and Exhibition  will take place at the Palais des Congrès, Paris on 19-20 January 2009.

1 Event, 2 Conferences! - iLearning Forum and RAC

The theme of this year's iLearning Forum is 'Integrated learning: embedding learning technologies for individual and organisational development'. Join international learning professional colleagues to encounter and explore state of the art practice in the use of technology for education and the development and management of human resources.

This year's event will be enriched by a parallel event, the first francophone and international conference on the recognition and validation of achievement and competencies, in cooperation with the organisers of the major Montreal conference on the same theme (RAC 2006 and RAC 2008).

iLearning call for contributions deadline extended

Contributions in English and French are invited for iLearning Forum. The deadline for receipt of abstracts (min 500, max 750 words) is 15 October. Proposals are welcomed for work in progress, case-studies, workshops or research papers.

iLearning Forum Conference themes are:

  • Integrated learning for organisational development and innovation
  • Integrated learning for employability, social inclusion and active citizenship
  • Learning innovation and futures
  • Architectures and infrastructures for integrated learning
  • Integrating learning with quality management
  • Exploiting the full potential of digital identity.

Increased exhibition space! - Sponsor or exhibit at the event

Following the success of iLearning Forum 2008, the exhibition space has been doubled to welcome its 5000+ visitors. The event offers an opportunity unique in France to showcase your products and services to a international audience. For more information contact Sally Anne Moore, Event Director.

Access to the exhibition as well as the Open Forum, where visitors are invited to explore real life case studies and demonstrations, is free. Pre-registration is recommended for quick and easy access to the event.

Enter for the iLearning Awards!

The objective of the iLearning Awards is to celebrate the achievements of organisations who have demonstrated a clear vision of learning as a process embedded in every moment and activity of an organisation’s life. The iLearning Awards recognise organisations for which learning is not a series of discrete events but a continuous process, involving individual and organisational learning, formal and informal learning. Learning is life! summarises the vision of ilearning.

Each Award celebrates a particular aspect of integrated learning. You can submit under the following categories:

  • iLearning organisation
  • iLearning provider
  • iLearning futures
  • ilearning quality
  • iLearning access

Submit your entry by 15 December.

More information about iLearning Forum 2009...

 

RAC 2009, Paris 19-20 January 2009

The objective of RAC 2009 is to explore the state of the art in the field of recognition and accreditation of competencies to encourage policy and decision makers to design advanced policies and practitioners to take on board the most advanced practices in a field of rapid progression.
EIfEL is delighted to announce that the RAC will be organised in partnership with the GARF, the Association for French professionals responsible for the development of competencies in organisations.

RAC 2009 call for contributions now open

Contributions in English and French are invited for RAC. The deadline for receipt of abstracts (min 500, max 750 words) is 15 October. Proposals are welcomed for work in progress, case-studies, workshops or research papers.

The themes of the call for contributions are.
  1. Formal vs informal recognition of learning achievements. The objective of this theme is to explore the range and diversity of recognition processes between informal and formal recognition.
  2. Recognition of learning achievements across cultures and countries. The objective of this track is to explore the methods and tools to facilitate recognition of competencies and qualifications.
  3. Recognition of competencies and innovation. The objective of this track is to explore how it is possible to identify and recognise emerging competencies -- a large percentage of the jobs in 10 years time might require competencies that do not even have a name today!
  4. Quality control of learning achievements certification processes. The objective of this track is to explore the methods to ensure that formal systems of recognition provide consistant outcomes across a range of providers.

RAC specialists: sponsor or exhibit at iLearning Forum 2009

If your organisation specialises in the development, recognition and accrediation of competencies, iLearning Forum 2009 offers an excellent opportunity to showcase your products and services.

For more information contact Sally Anne Moore, Event Director.

 

EIfEL is recruiting a Membership and Events Manager

  In order to expand its activities and support its members across Europe and internationally, EIfEL is seeking to appoint a Membership and Events Manager.

 

Meet EIfEL at partner events






WOLCZ

ICL, Villach, Austria, September 24 - 26, 2008

This interdisciplinary conference aims to focus on the exchange of  relevant trends and research  results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing and testing elements of  interactive computer aided learning. EIfEL is organising a workshop on ePortfolio.

World of Learning, Birmingham, UK, 19 & 20 November 2008.

Sponsored by GB Training and run in association with the British Institute of Learning & Development (BILD), the World of Learning is now in its sixteenth year and is the essential event for learning and development professionals, as well as those responsible for personnel and HR within their companies.

 

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