September 12, 2016 in Lyon, France
Workshop Agenda (PDF)
An international workshop with invited researchers from the United States, UK, European, and Israel before EC-TEL to determine research agendas and future directions around themes from the 2015 Innovating Pedagogy report. Workshop goals:
- Share insights from researchers based in different countries about the three key Innovating Pedagogy and Cyberlearning themes.
- Articulate high priority unanswered questions and issues that should be addressed in future research and development in order to advance key themes.
- Stimulate international collaborations on these questions and issues.
Room 108, IAE Lyon School of Management Building
6 Cours Albert Thomas, 69008 Lyon, France
The workshop is across the street from the Manufacture Montluc tramway station. For more information about traveling around the city, please refer to the EC-TEL website.
NSF Resources from Sonia Ortega
Graduate STEM Fellows in K-12 Education – A program that connects STEM Graduate students with Teachers and K-12 students. The publication The Power of Partnerships on this site is good reference book with lessons learned and many tips that might be useful.
Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE) – Program for international collaboration between US and foreign researchers.
International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) – Provides support for US students to travel abroad as a group to conduct research in collaboration with foreign researchers.
Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide (GROW) – Opportunities for NSF funded Graduate Research Fellows to conduct research abroad in about 15 countries, many of them in Europe.
Information from Liina Munari
The European Commission has been funding research and innovation on learning technologies for the last 15 years through successive multiannual framework programmes aiming to bring together European research and innovation excellence in cross-European co-funded projects.
The scope of the programme overall is very comprehensive, reaching from formal to informal learning and workplace learning contexts: for example, in the 7th framework programme in 2007-2013 the Commission funded 50 projects with total funding of 185 million euros. See Research and Innovation for ICT in education and Technologies for learning and skills.
The current framework programme “Horizon 2020”, running from 2014-2020, has published several calls for proposals on learning technologies. Herewith you find links to the call texts and selected proposals.
- ICT-21-2014: Advanced digital gaming/gamification technologies with a total budget of 17 mio euros
- ICT-20-2015: Technologies for better human learning and teaching, with a total budget of 50 mio euros (see the attached brochure for selected proposals)
In 2016 we have published two calls:
- ICT-24-2016: Gaming and gamification with a total budget of 12 mio euros
- ICT-22-2016: Technologies for Learning and Skills, with a total budget of 31 mio euros
We are currently negotiating the selected projects from these two calls, more details can be found on the EC-TEL 2016 keynote presentation, below (will also be published on the conference website).
European R&I and Digital Learning Overview and Orientation (Slides)
ICT-20-2015: Selected Proposals (Brochure)