Alastair Creelman

University library Linnaeus University, Sweden (alastair.creelman@lnu.se)

Alastair works as an e-learning specialist at Linnaeus University in Kalmar, south-east Sweden. He has worked as both teacher and administrator in secondary school, adult education, corporate training and university. He follows global developments in educational technology and spreads his findings and reflections through articles, conference appearances and of course social media. He is an EDEN Fellow and is involved in several international projects and networks. He blogs on technology and education at http://acreelman.blogspot.se


Pranešimas interaktyvioje sesijojeMOONLITE project – open education for social inclusion and employability

How are MOOCs and other forms of open education being used to provide pathways for refugees into education and employment? How can institutions be helped to assess the benefits of recognizing open education? The ongoing Erasmus+ project MOONLITE is investigating these issues and welcomes the chance for discussion with conference delegates.

Pranešimas suaugusiųjų mokymosi sesijoje: Išmanesnis bendradarbiavimas

How can you use social media and net-based tools to support collaborative learning and community building both in the classroom and online?

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