EdReNE: Agenda of the Second Strategic Seminar (Lisbon, June 2008)

Monday June 9th 2008
15.00
Registration, Welcome Coffee
16.00
Opening of the Seminar
Leo Højsholt-Poulsen, UNI•C
16.15
Current repository issues and developments I:
  • Edunet, Korea’s educational repository
    Dr. Dae-Joon Hwang, KERIS, Republic of Korea
  • Agrega - Spanish Educational Repository
    Manuela Lara, Santillana Educación, Spain
  • Education personalised: the LOGOS project
    Eva Suba, EDEN
18.00
First day finishes
 
 
 
Tuesday, June 10th 2008
09.00
“EdReNe - Where are we, how did we get here, and where are we going” – an introduction.
Leo Højsholt-Poulsen, UNI•C
09.30
Status and looking ahead – group session I:
The session will briefly sum up the results from the first workshops on:
       Engagement of users and producers
       Repository strategies
- the introductions will serve as input for group work on what to focus on in year two.
Introduction by
UNI•C followed by group sessions
12.00
Current repository issues and developments II:
  • Spindeln (the spider) – a developing brokerage service
    Christina Szekely, MSU, and Fredrik Paulsson, IML
  • Share and reuse, example of a web 2.0 repository: klascement.net
    Hans de Four, Belgium
  • Digital Learnng Resources - what are teachers looking for?
    Wim de Boer, SLO
13.00
Lunch
14.00
  • ...continued:
  • Drivers and blockers to teachers accessing, repurposing and sharing digital resources
    Will Ellis, Becta

Introduction of new associated members:

  • Tallinn University, Centre for Educational Tecnology, Estonia
    Maart Laanpere / Martin Sillaots
  • Glow - lighting up learning. Digitally linking Scotland's 800.000 educators and pupils
    Andy Pendry, Learning and Teaching Scotland
  • APS it-diensten, Netherlands
    Dolf Gagestein
  • Centre de technologie de l'éducation (CTE), Luxembourg
    Daniel Weiler
  • Ontwikkelcentrum, The Netherlands
    Marco Meurink
16.00
Status and looking ahead – group session II:
The session will briefly sum up the results from the first workshops on:
       Standards and interoperability
       Rights issues
- the introductions will serve as input for group work on what to focus on in year two.
Introduction by
UNI•C followed by group sessions
Meeting of the EdReNe
management board
18.00
Second day finishes
20.00
EdReNe dinner: A SEVERA (typical Portuguese restaurant. It is downtown Lisbon - here's a map):
Rua das Gáveas, 51 a 61
1200-206 Lisboa
Tel.: 00 351 21 346 12 04
 
Wednesday, June 11th 2008
09.00
Administration and finances
Leo Højsholt-Poulsen, UNI•C
09.45
Looking ahead – presentations from group sessions:
Results from the group sessions are presented - 15 minutes per group.
5-10 minutes for Q&A per group.
EdReNe Members
13.00
Seminar finishes / Lunch