Hello, everyone! Below and to the right you will find basic information that will help you in planning your trip to Kristiansand. The workshop is very informal, so planning ver far and depp is not something we expect — but on the other hand it might be helpful to have a framework in which to place the coming conversations. So, if you have some time, please take a look at this info.
We began sending these invitations out about six months ago. Some will join in the proposal work even if they were hindered from attending on September 26th – 27th.
The general framework and a status report will be provided at the beginning of this workshop.
Hopefully, ideas from here will also germinate in the open Roundtable on September 28th.
Day 1 of the workshop will be dedicated to outlining three proposal schemes. Plese confer the next page.
Day 2 of the workshop will be centered on outlining and discussing the outlines of a proposed book. At this point, the editorship resides with Cathy Casserly, Donna Kidwell and Oddgeir Tveiten. This may change, depending on the direction of the coming talks.
Please see the list of participants at the final page of this program. Everyone has been individually invited.
Thanks to everyone for taking the time off to join these workshop days. It is much appreciated.
Project members who are not present but will be kept updated: Cathy Casserly, Donna Kidwell, Phil Komarny, Phil Long
Marie Curie Actions Call
Eramus+ Call for 2024
We have two days before the open workshop on September 28th to commence discussions towards several project proposals that have been under way since 2022.
September 26 and 27 will be dedicated to defining a general framework for a Marie Curie Actions proposal, an Erasmus+ proposal and a Horizon Europe call.
For the MCA, the general theme is the same as the September 28th theme of MEDIA LITERACY — TECHNOLOGIES IN CONTEXT. Based on the 10:30 orientation, what key issues?
And first thoughts on partner institutions
A proposal worked out for the February 25th 2024 deadline.
Towards the end of 2024 there will be a Horizon Europe deadline, for which a proposal will be worked out based on plans laid down during this workshop.
Several partner institutions will be included that could not make it to this workshop. And there is work to do.
First thoughts on partner institutions.
Based on the talks on September 28th, the plan is to launch a book call immediately after, where thematic submissions will reflect the theme of the 2024 World Learning Summit: Learning and Education in a post-truth world.
The framework of the book
General and connecting chapters
Education in a cultural and global context
Tracing the UNESCO legacy on the matter
Shared cases, across fields and geographical contexts
Identifying shared/common challenges/ bottlenecks
Higher education in change
HEIs in the futures context of education and learning
The interdisciplinary challenge
The managerial and political challenge