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Grand Challenges in Technology-Enhanced Learning

Research challenges have helped to drive innovation beyond limits for a long time. Other than mere technology prizes, the STELLAR Grand Challenges deal with problems at the interface of social and technical sciences. They pose problems that can be solved only in interdisciplinary collaboration. History has shown us that focused campaigns in research and development can spark and coordinate global innovation. Browse below the challenges set (or click here to download the synoptic report) — join this TEL community of practice and render a STELLAR vision reality!

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  • Thomas Ullmann

    As part of the current feature on "education policy in a digital age" hosts a webinar, which discusses the digitisation of higher education on a European level. It will take place on 7th of November 2016 at 2 p.m. (CET). Join us and get in touch with the DACH expert community for technology-supported learning in higher education. URL:

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  • AndrewRees

    I believe that “Education should be FREE”. Actually it is, because thinking doesn't cost any money. Learning is a life time process. Schools these days has become business centers. They treat the students as ‘customers’.   Albert Einstein says that “I never teach my pupils. I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.”   Education is not about learning facts from a textbook and writing an exam. It is the process of training o...

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  • Thomas Ullmann

    The Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University (OU) welcomes interest from external researchers looking to apply for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship and will fully support the fellow in developing their proposal.

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  • Thomas Ullmann

    Apply now for a PhD with the Open University. There will be 1 -2  extra PhD positions available in Openworld Learning funded by the Leverhulme Trust! Apply before 18 July to study with the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET) at The Open University, UK.

  • Ulrike Cress

    The Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM) focuses on research on knowledge acquisition, knowledge sharing and cooperation with digital media. The IWM is part of the Leibniz Associa-tion and is committed to international standards of excellent science.    The institute aims to establish a research group on “Cognitive Conflicts during Media Use”. The research will address cognitive conflicts between (a) several external sources of information, (b) an individual&rsqu...

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