EADTU has started the EMPOWERing universities initiative to support policy reform in European higher education with regard to the transition to new modes of teaching and learning and supporting innovation in higher education practices.
During the HOME conference ‘Mapping the European MOOC Territory’, participating institutions, projects and associations drafted a statement on how European institutions, governments and the European commission should react on the opportunities and threats of MOOCs.
In the framework of the SEQUENT project on Supporting Quality in e-learning European Networks, EADTU is organising a series of webinars. The online sessions are covering the E-xcellence and OpenupEd quality labels on On-line and Open Education (MOOCs).
The European University Association (EUA) has published a new study, entitled “E-learning in European Higher Education Institutions”, which aims to contribute to ongoing policy discussions on e-learning in Europe and to support universities in their efforts to further enhance and promote innovation in learning and teaching.