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CDP+ 2005/07 1st call results

eLearning Seminar - Toward Effective Education and Training in the Information Society has been organized as one of the activities within eLearning Program, University of Belgrade, School of Medicine, April 27-28, 2006
Seminar was supported by Microsoft Office in Belgrade.

WUS Austria organized an eLearning seminar in Belgrade (School of Medicine), April 27-28, 2006 (for the agenda of the seminar click here). Seminar was designed as information sharing and capacity building activity with stress on sharing experiences and training on the use of eLearning tools. Official opening speeches are given by Mr. Cedomir Suljagic, Deputy Minister of Science and Environmental Protection, Mr. Goran Ostojic, regional director WUS-Austria and Mr. Vladan Zivanovic, representative of the Microsoft Office in Belgrade.

The seminar brought together 50 participants among which: university lecturers, teachers, and students, representatives of governing bodies, education institutes and institutions. Seminar was facilitative by the experts in the field of eLearning coming from different countries or their presence/messages were assured via various media.

On the first day, at the plenary sessions, experts have presented their experiences in organizing eLearning activities in the teaching process stressing the importance of blended learning approach. Three paralleled workshops followed the plenary sessions at each day of the seminar.

Some of the key areas of eLearning were covered: eLearning management, eLearning experiences, content development and use of eLearning tools. Active learning methods at the optional workshops and plenary sessions were chosen as main training techniques in order to better serve the needs of the heterogeneous group of participants. Lively discussions took place and conclusions and recommendations were developed at the end of the event.

WUS Austria has collected anonymous evaluation forms (for the outcome of the participants evaluations click here).