45th EUCEN Conference

The 45th EUCEN Conference will be held in the University of Geneva, Charmey, Switzerland on May 29‐31, 2013 and is organised by the European Universities Continuing Education Network.
Transferring Knowledge in a Globalised World: a ULLL Responsibility EUCEN’s 45th Conference organised by the University of Geneva (CH) will examine the responsibility of ULLL in the knowledge society. What are the models of the future for ULLL in a globalised World? Two main aspects will be explored: 1.    Internationalising universities: Between competition, collaboration and cooperation – the policy of internationalisation for universities 2.    The transfer of knowledge by ICT Follow the link below to read more about the conference Theme: http://www.unige.ch/formcont/EUCEN/theme.html Follow the link below for access to the Programme: http://www.unige.ch/formcont/EUCEN/programme.html
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS The 45th Conference team is gathering case studies of good practices, successful or not, on the Conference theme. We want to know what your university does to share its knowledge. Why? For whom? With whom? For what purpose? By what means? How? With what risks and difficulties? For what benefits? The keywords of the Call are: Governance / Policy and Strategies / International ULLL / Partnerships / Social responsibility, Development and Ethics / Business / Technologies, Pedagogy and tutoring in distance and blended learning / Mobility and learning outcomes
Deadline for contributions 5 April. Follow this link to access the Call for contributions: http://www.unige.ch/formcont/EUCEN/call.html
REGISTRATION You can already register on-line. Prices: Early bird registration until 15 March - EUCEN 400EUR  /  Non-EUCEN 440EUR Registration from 16 March - EUCEN members 440EUR   /   Non-EUCEN 480EUR Follow this link to access the Registration form: http://www.unige.ch/formcont/EUCEN/reg.html
Join us in the EUCEN experience in Charmey, in the heart of Switzerland! 
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