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Video showcase of eLene2learn

The eLene2learn project

Lifelong learners often face transitions throughout life, moving from secondary school to university, entering employment, moving back into training to reskill, etc. Such transitions represent a challenge – adapting to new environments, different teaching and learning approaches, learning to live, learn and work within new communities.
Research and needs analysis carried out by the members of the eLene2learn network strongly suggests that an approach based on the development of learning to learn competencies could contribute largely in equipping learners to deal with these transitions more effectively. Furthermore, approaches such as ePortfolios, blogs, social networks, online video and serious games have enormous potential to support the development of learning to learn competencies and to accompany citizens in transitions throughout their learning lives.
eLene2learn, thus, proposes a multi-stakeholder network, exploring and promoting the contribution of ICT and digital media in supporting the development of learning to learn competencies in lifelong learning transitions.

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Video showcase of eLene2learn
Video showcase of eLene2learn
Video showcase of eLene2learn

Ildikó Mázár

Ms. Ildikó Mázár (1976), graduated at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 2002 as bio-engineer, and in 2002 she completed a distance educational course entitled “Course development, learning management”.
Since September 2002 she is working for the European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN) as Project Manager (earlier Project Co-ordinator) and has contributed to the successful completion of nearly 50 EU projects and assisted to an additional 130+ applications’ composition. Her roles within the organisation consist mostly of dissemination, networking, project evaluation and management / administration activities, she is a confident presenter and she also has experience with thematic research within the field of open, distance and e-learning. Since 2009 she lives and tele-works from Scotland.