Designing 100-year Life Society：Recurrent Education by the Open University of Japan (OUJ)
Online post-secondary education and SDGs: Learning from experiences of students with disabilitiesDjenana Jalovcic
Solar-powered floating schools for sustainable development: An inclusive solution towards greater equality and women’s empowerment in flood-prone Bangladesh
A study about the effectiveness of self-directed learning in Open and Distance learning system.
Education is Giving and Taking: A Comparative Study of Metaphor Usage in Australian and Norwegian University Promotional VideosAllison Creed1,2, Susan Nacey3
A curriculum for technical training in orthoses and prosthetics: a lifelong education proposa
A Survey on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Tools for Supporting Lifelong LearningWassim Itani, Adel ElKordi
Assessing competences and graphing students progress in online higher education
Course Design for Brazilian Unified Health System: An Experience of Usage of Intelligent Forum
Effective Mathematics Education in the Open Univ. of JapanMasahiro Kumabe
Facilitating for learning and collaboration among professionals in MOOCs
Idea management - Development of a student-centred and open digital learning environment
Learning about learning analytics - a sociotechnical perspectiveSteve Walker, Sally Crighton
Learning and training in the health sector: VR-based simulation
Open and Online Learning for Digital and Network SocietyAirina Volungeviciene,
Social networks and e- learning methodologies for improving Lifelong Learning in the University of Crete.
Technology-based in a Health Popular Education OER for Parents and Families: an Experience in the Kangaroo Method
Use of videos in ICTMOOC for teacher education and professional development in 21st century
Can Open Educational Resources Contribute to the Achievement of SDG4 in a Lifelong Learning Perspective?
Implementation of the OAI-PMH protocol to bridge OER across institutions in Thailand
The mandate and work by the ICDE OER advocacy committee (Panel)
The mandate and work by the ICDE OER advocacy committee (Panel)Ebba Ossiannilsson ,,
The production of Open Educational Resources to the civil public servants of the SUS: a methodological proposal
My decision matters: student perception on sharing learner data - a case study from secondary education in Sweden
Participatory Final Projects: an approach to knowledge co-creation integration into the curricula
The Internationalization of the XXI Century Universities: UNINETTUNO Model
Using MOOC as a tool in school based development. An evaluation study.
"A Balancing Act" - a model and method to describe skills acquired in the workplace, so that they can be understood in the wider context of working life as well as in the formal education system
Balance of literacy and employability in education for lifelong learning in the digital ageChristian-Andreas Schumann1,2, Feng Xiao2,3, Kevin Reuther4, Helge Gerischer1, Claudia Tittmann1
Report of the ICDE Working Group on the Present and Future of Alternative Digital Credentials
The reemergence of recurrent education in Japan
Financing continuing education – dilemmas and opportunities
Flexibility in higher education - what does it mean for the future of student funding?Karl Magnus Bjorøy, Ingunn Bakkene Cowan, Tom Halfdan Tobiassen, Berit Hartviksen, Nina Schanke Funnemark
Technology for lifelong learning - opportunities for innovation, growth and new funding methods
ENT+ for Entrepreneurship Education (EE) in Norway, Finland and Lithuania.
Connecting with industry in new ways – a key component of RMIT University’s Digital Credentials Strategy
Physiotherapy and Refugees Education Project (PREP): Responding to the Changing Needs of Clients
PROFESSIONALS’ LIFELONG EDUCATION FROM BRAZIL UNIFIED HEALTH SYSTEM: A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE.
The student perspective - irrelevant for tomorrow's workplaceSofie Carlsen Bergstrøm
Adapting to the training needs of Andorran professionals: The case of the Universitat d’Andorra
Career guidance and professionalism – trends and challenges in Norway
Competence development in modern working life, to the benefit of the individual and organization
Good and well-informed career choices for both the individual and the society. A noble goal, but difficult to achieve?
Lifelong learning in a digitalized world; a need for lifelong guidance? Title of presentation: Both-and, rather than either-or – Integrated career guidance for a digitalised worldIngrid Bårdsdatter Bakke
Quality Criteria for Distance Health Education Modality: the Context of the Family Health Specialization Course UNA-SUS/UNIFESP
Simulation for Medical Training
Empowering the Village Elderlies for the Sustainable Rural Development – A Case Study of “School for the Elderlies” in Fujian, China
Senge's five disciplines and their effect in productivity and lifelong learning in a Mexican university.
Supply and demand - A work integrated learning model to meet the institutional needs of a core engineering organizationPB Venkataraman, Naga Vamsi Krishna Jasti