Partipation in externally funded projects

  • Garreta Domingo, Muriel et al. (2013-2015) Handson-ICT, a MOOC dedicated to help in-service teachers to learn how to teach with ICT, the development and testing of which waas funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission. Responsible for the workpackage on the design of learning activities.
  • Managerial responsibility for the participation of the OUNL's Learning Network's programme in several projects in the EU IST's FP7 Programme or its Culture & Education Lifelong Learning Programme
    • PREATY
    • TRAILER, Tagging, recognition and acknowledgemewnt of informal learning experiences
    • BioApp, Biodesign for Health
    • TeLLNet, Teachers' Lifelong Learning Network
    • LTfLL, Language Technologies for Lifelong Learning
    • Handover, Improving the Continuity of Patient Care Through Identification and Implementation of Novel Patient Handover Processes in Europe
    • Sister, Strengthening the IST Research Capacity of Sofia University
    • mPSS, Mobile Performance Support System
    • iPLECS, Internet-based Performance-centered Learning Environment for Curriculum Support
    • CEFcult, An enjoyable learning environment for assessing your intercultural communicative competence!.
  • Sloep, P., Dolog, P., Bitter, M. (eds) (2007) Tooling of and training for collaborative, distributed product innovation. Project proposal for a STREP under Objective ICT-2007.4.1 (ICT-2007.4.3): Digital libraries and technology-enhanced Learning, target outcome c) Responsive environments for technology enhanced learning of the European 7th Framework Programme. OUNL: Heerlen.
  • Kansrijk Doorstromen, 2006-2007. Objective: improve the transition of students from secondary to higher education. Funding: Surf foundation; coordinator: Fontys Hogescholen; partner: Hogeschool Utrecht.
  • Sociale netwerken rond leerobjecten [Social networks and learning objects], 2005-2006. Objective: improving the development and reuse of learning objects through social software. Funding: Digitale Universiteit; coordination: Fontys Hogescholen; partners: Open Universiteit, Universiteit van Amsterdam.
  • Weblogs als reflectie-instrument [weblogs as a reflection aid], 2005-2006. Objective: investigating the use of weblogs as a means for stimulation in-service teachers to learn to reflect. Funding: Digitale Universiteit; coordinator: Open Universiteit; partners Fontys Hogescholen, Vrije Universiteit.
  • Leerobjecten in de praktijk [Learning objects in practice], 2004-2006. Objective: surveying the practical problems that teachers experience when working with learning objects. Funding: Digitale Universiteit; coordinator: Universiteit Amsterdam; partners: Hogeschool InHolland, Open Universiteit Nederland.
  • Distributor South of the Netherlands Grassroots for secondary education, 2003-2007. Objective: stimulating ict projects by teachers in secondary education by making 'easy' funding available to them. Funding: OCW (Department of Education), Kennisnet/ICT op school.
  • Co√∂peratief leren en toetsen met digitale video in een hypermedia-omgeving [Collaborative learning with digital video in a hypermedia setting] (Colevi), 2003-2005. Objective: develop and test video-taped and pedagogically enhanced critical situations for teachers, such as discussions with parents and pupils, that are used for teacher training. Funding: Surf; Coordinator: Fontys Hogescholen; partners Hogeschool Edith Stein and Universiteit Twente.
  • Virtual Company, 1997-1999. Goal: develop a virtual learning environment that supports authentic, competence-based, collaborative learning in company-like settings. Funding: OUNL innovation funds, main contractor. Tour and explanation (mainly in Dutch).
  • EuroStudyCentre Network for Environmental Education, 1994-1995. Goal: joint development and supervision of an introductory course in environmental science by several European universities. EADTU project funded by EU, subcontractor, various partners.

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