Vision, Scenarios, Insights and Recommendations on how ICT may help making lifelong learning a reality for all
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The aim of the VISIR network is to contribute to the full exploitation of the potential of ICT to transform and innovate European lifelong learning and to equip European citizens with digital competencies and other key transversal competencies for life and employability.
The use of ICT for learning in Europe is gaining ground, but to uncap its potential as a driver of change for our economies and societies, we need to move from fragmentation and piloting to articulation and system adoption.
To address this need, seven European networks and two research institutions, with the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission, have joined forces and will work for the next three years to address three major gaps: the “understanding gap”, the “networking gap”, and the “mainstreaming gap” of ICT for learning in Europe.
The VISIR Approach
VISIR tackles three levels of analysis and action: macro (education and training systems), meso (organisations which provide teaching and learning opportunities) and micro (teaching and learning opportunities themselves), and will include a foresight component to enhance proactive change in effective ICT exploitation in learning.
To know more about the VISIR methodology, please contact us.
VISIR is inviting the academic and professional community to contribute: as one of the main research outcome of the project, 100 European leading innovation practice cases are being collected which:
- - have or have had impact in building digital and other key competences
- - are bottom-up cases
- - are innovative applications of ICT for learning
In case you are interested to share your experience, please send an outline to the EDEN Secretariat.