TALOE project will be presented during one of the parallel workshops at the 2015 eucen Annual Conference in Istanbul, Turkey, 3-5 June 2015, hosted and co-organised by Bogazici University. The event is expected to have over 150 participants.
The three days long 2015 eucen Annual Conference intends to offer a novel approach to Lifelong Learning (LLL), discussing ways to develop a strong link between the actors involved in ULLL, the concepts at stake and their applications.
One of the three sub-topics of the Conference is diversity in learning, which refers to the new forms of learning appearing these days within universities, consisting in either pedagogical developments (i.e. problem solving, case reasoning, reverse learning, etc.) or technological ones (i.e. e-learning, distance learning, etc.). The questions that the Conference tries to answer are: how does ULLL manage those different types of learning? What kind of changes does ULLL need to operate on their learning provision? How are the different types of learning recognised? How do ULLLs anticipate and manage their new roles for diverse form of learning?
It is within this subtopic that the TALOE project will be presented to the public, in the context of a dedicated interactive workshop consisting of a presentation followed by a Q&A session. Participants will have the chance to learn about TALOE, see the recently developed webtool and share their experiences and visions on its use.
In June the University of Abertay, Dundee (Scotland) will host EUNIS 2015. This year EUNIS in partnering with Jisc will deliver a workshop on Electronic Management of Assessment and assessment analytics. The workshop, on 9th June, will explore how technology can be used to enhance assessment and feedback activities and streamline associated administration and how we might make use of assessment data to improve learning.
TALOE will participate in this event and present a web tool that is being develop and that intends to help teachers decide which e-assessment strategies to use in online courses. TALOE will be represented by project partner University Computing Centre SRCE (University of Zagreb).
TALOE project has been presented on the following events during the autumn period:
The project is planned to be presented in the first months of 2015 on the following events:
- INTED Conference 2-4 March 2015 in Madrid, Spain with a paper presentation by UNED and
- eLSE Conference on 23 – 24 April 2015 in Bucharest, Romania with a paper presentatnion by I4F.
TALOE will be presented by Juri Lossenko from Hariduse Infotehnoloogia Sihtasutus (HITSA)at the AEA-Europe Conference to be held in Tallinn between 6th and 8th November. The paper presentation will focus on innovative e-assessment practices implemented in actual teaching situations and will outline the initial results from analysing these practices on how various assessment methods are suited to assessing specific learning outcomes.
The conference theme will be “Assessment of students in a 21st century world”. AEA – Association for Educational Assessment acts as a platform to foster discussions and developments in educational assessment in Europe and beyond, forwarding co-operations and creating connections between organisations and individuals dealing with educational assessment.