Registration for this meeting is now open via the meeting website at https://ectn-ga-2021.weebly.com
The ECTN General Assembly will be held on 11 – 12 September 2021 at the University of Perugia, Italy.
Associated meetings for committees, the Administrative Council and coaching events will be held on 9 and/or 10 September.
Documents concerning this General Assembly, including those for the elections to take place, have already been sent to all members by e-mail. If you have not received these documents please contact the General Secretary (email@example.com).
Details about this meeting, including the meeting programme, are available on the meeting website at https://ectn-ga-2021.weebly.com.
It is now confirmed that the ECTN General Assembly will take place on 11 – 12 September 2021 in Perugia, Italy. There will be committee, work group and project meetings in the days before the General Assembly. All University of Perugia Covid requirements and recommendations will be followed.
More details, such as registration, hotels, draft programme, and elections will be put on the ECTN website and the meeting website in the near future.
There will elections for three positions on the ECTN Administrative Council. Please consider nominating yourself or one of your colleagues.
This will be our first physical meeting since 2019 and we look forward to seeing you all in Perugia in September. Please make every effort to attend.
An on-line LTT event from the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, from 17th to 20th February 2021
The workshop with the title “How to design a MOOC?” was organized in the frame of the STEM-CPD@EUni project (2020-1-PL01-KA203-081802) and took place on-line from 17th to 20th February 2021. Albeit the event was initially planned to take place at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, due to COVID-19 restrictions it was organized online. The programme of the training event can be found at: https://micromoocs.eu/moodle/course/view.php?id=2
At the workshop, groups from the University of Amsterdam, Jagiellonian University from Kraków, University of Ljubljana, Rey Juan Carlos University from Madrid, University Federico II from Napoli, and University of Oulu participated, with on average 25 people attending each session. The programme was composed of four key-note lectures given by Prof. Dr. Paul Taylor (University of Leeds, UK), Prof. Dr. Marko Radovan (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia), Prof. Dr. Andrew Parsons (University of York, UK), and Prof. Dr. Barica Marentič Požarnik (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia). Additionally, there were oral presentations and hands-on sessions by Mitja V. Iskrić and Sanja Jedrinović (both University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) and Nadya Stels (iSpring Solutions). As the workshop was principally a learning and training event, a large amount of time was devoted to round table discussions and group work. At the end of the workshop, short presentations by each group regarding their progress in designing their own microMOOCs were given. From these presentations and responses of the participants (in the form of questionnaires) it was clear to see that everyone had gained a huge amount of new knowledge in the design and production of microMOOCs, as well as additional confirmation regarding the importance and efficacy of MOOCs in teaching STEM disciplines and beyond.
Assist. Prof. Dr. Črtomir Podlipnik and Assist. Prof. Dr. Krištof Kranjc
(Organizing Committee at the University of Ljubljana)
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