On the Agenda – Week 10, 2014

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14 maart 2014 | It’s Open Education Week! Also in this week’s ‘on the agenda: The European Commission found that every region in Switzerland is an ‘Innovation Leader’, but for how long?

Take 1 – Open Education Week

@TUDelft: A message for the Open Education Week from Anka Mulder, President of the OpenCourseWare Consortium

@OCWnews: A new classification for MOOCs

@BrianKelly: Why the opposite of ‘open’ isn’t necessarily ‘broken’.

@cgreen: Open Education Week: A focus on Latin America

@SURF_NL: Trend report Open Education 2014: open and online education furthers quality and flexibility

@OpenEducationWk: The OER Impact Map in the spotlight

@dkernohan: I like this Open Education blog from @jorumteam which covers OER and videos of cats

Take 2 – Switzerland

@icefmonitor: Debate over immigration quotas in Switzerland impacts education

@SusanasGil: Erasmus+ und Horizon 2020: not without Switzerland. An appeal for an open European higher education area

@TechnopolicyNet: The EU Scoreboard announces Europe’s 34 innovation leading regions. Germany, Switzerland and Finland do very well

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Swiss academia suffers from being excluded from Horizon2020, however the biggest loss is not financial, @Gielt argues

@ScienceGuideEU: “Understanding our universe isn’t interesting for politicians in a 4-year election period”:, says DLR President Jan Wörner

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