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Facts and Figures on European Education

Facts and Figures on European Education | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Facts and figures about European Education compliled by Eurydice: Includes national educational budgets, national student fee and support systems, academic calendars, guides to the structure of European education systems etc.

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A great resource for the "big picture" or national comparisons.

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Facts about the EU education system. 

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European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning: Accreditation of MOOCs

European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning: Accreditation of MOOCs | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Article by David Pundak, Nissim Sabag and Elena Trotskovsky:


Higher education institutions face conflicting challenges; they must equip students with up‑to‑date knowledge in fields in which knowledge is constantly being renewed, while they also need to guide students to examine reality through broad-based observation and consider different scientific disciplines. They operate within different constrictions such as: learning program boundaries, budgetary constrictions, and lack of accessibility to experts in different areas, and the range of courses offered to students is limited. To cope with these constrictions, Ort Braude Academic College of Engineering opened an experimental program. As part of this program, students were allowed to study MOOC courses under the college’s supervision, and were eligible for accreditation if they completed the courses successfully. Only 15 out of the 600 students offered the program, registered for these courses. Only seven were accepted for the program. This paper describes the background for the college’s decision, the registration process and supervision of students, detailing students’ challenges and achievements in the MOOC courses. Students who completed the MOOC courses reported that they enjoyed meaningful learning, requiring serious efforts in comparison to the courses that the MOOC courses replaced. Given this positive feedback by the students, it was decided to continue with the experiment.

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A very interesting article on integrating MOOCs into traditional higher education programmes and the approaches and challenges involved.

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ISAFE2 - 2nd International Symposium on Aquaculture and Fisheries Education

ISAFE2 - 2nd International Symposium on Aquaculture and Fisheries Education | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

The 2nd International Symposium on Aquaculture and Fisheries Education (ISAFE2) jointly organized by Asian Fisheries Society (AFS) and Shanghai Ocean University (SHOU) will be convened on SHOU campus at Lingang New City in Shanghai from Wednesday 22nd to Friday 24th April, 2015.

 

The ISAFE2 will once again bring educators, students and training agencies from across the aquaculture and fisheries industries, teaching institutions and education regulatory agencies to discuss many critical issues pertaining to the needs of the industry on the one hand and the issues confronting the training, academic and education regulatory agencies in ensuring a sustainable well-educated industry sector on the other hand in the Asia-Pacific (AP) region.

 

The theme for ISAFE2 is “Better Education, Better Professionals, Better Industry”. The symposium will discuss issues highlighted during ISAFE1 and on-going issues confronting aquaculture and fisheries education in the AP region. It will:

   ● Discuss the current status of aquaculture and fisheries education in the AP countries with special reference to

     √ Curricula and courses;

     √ Accreditations, quality and certification; and

     √ Collaboration and partnership.

   ● Examine the existing and future linkages between AFS and regional educators with international agencies and institutions.

  ● Explore the on-going development of distance education and its impacts on the delivery of aquaculture and fisheries education. Presentation and working language in the symposium will be English. Welcome to Shanghai Ocean University and the fabulous city of Shanghai in April 2015!

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Good to hear about this conference - it will be an excellent opportunity to build international collaborative links, especially throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

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Institute of Aquaculture: The 4th PhD Research Conference - 18 Feb 2015

Institute of Aquaculture: The 4th PhD Research Conference - 18 Feb 2015 | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Invitation from the University of Stirling, Institute of Aquaculture:

 

"This is the fourth postgraduate conference in what has proved a popular and interesting opportunity for our Ph.D. researchers to showcase their work, its quality and impact, and to provide a meeting place where students, staff, stakeholders, and sponsors across the aquaculture and wider sectors can liaise. What is more, it is completely free to attend! We hope you will join us for this day-long conference where you will have the opportunity to listen to a series of oral presentations on a wide range of subjects, and browse poster presentations by PhDs and young researchers from around the globe.

Conference delegates (both visitors to the university and university staff and students) are required to pre-register for the conference. Online registration will only take you a couple of minutes to complete. An early response would be appreciated to help us to plan facilities and catering for the day".

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Check the date now and join us if you can for this lively and stimulating event which must be one of the best value in the International Aquaculture Calendar! 

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Check the date now and join us if you can for this lively and stimulating event which must be one of the best value in the International Aquaculture Calendar!

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Providing opportunities: Government to train fish farmers

Providing opportunities: Government to train fish farmers | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
Fish farming is a very attractive and profitable business, which can provide a suitable income to farmers besides creating, job opportunities and help in production of white meat

 

This was stated by Rawalpindi Assistant Director Fisheries (Training) Shaista Waqar while finalising arrangements of the six-day fisheries training course to be conducted by the Punjab Department of Fisheries. 

 

She informed that the training course, titled ‘Latest Aquaculture Techniques’, will commence from November 17 at the Fisheries Training Sub Centre, Rawal Town, Islamabad. “This course will provide better understanding of aquaculture which will enable fish farmers to improve production,” she said. 

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European Parliament Report: Implications of a larger EU aquaculture sector

European Parliament Report: Implications of a larger EU aquaculture sector | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

This report, authored by staff of the European Aquaculture Society, The Federation of European Aquaculture Producers and University of Stirling Institute of Aquaculture, examines future projections for EU aquaculture development and the potential economic and ecological consequences, and suggests further policy options.

Weblink: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/2014/529084/IPOL_STU(2014)529084_EN.pdf

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I have to declare a personal interest, but this report should provide some useful perspectives for anyone with a study interest involving European aquaculture and more broadly aquatic food production

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Symposium on Fish Introduction and Reservoir Management

Symposium on Fish Introduction and Reservoir Management | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Symposium announcement: Fish Introduction and Reservoir Management, 20-22 May 2015, Eğirdir-Isparta, Turkey.

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Thanks to Soner Çetinkaya for passing this on.

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IRRODL Vol 15, No 5 (2014) - Special Issue: Research into Massive Open Online Courses

IRRODL Vol 15, No 5 (2014) - Special Issue: Research into Massive Open Online Courses | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Vol 15, No 5 (2014)

Special Issue: Research into Massive Open Online Courses
Guest Editor: George Siemens 


Via Andreas Link
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This looks a very interesting set of papers for all keen followers of MOOC trends and developments.

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This special issue reflects the research questions and methodologies deployed by MOOC researchers over the past year and represents the current front line evaluation of how open online courses are impacting education.

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Erasmus+ Documents for applicants and beneficiaries - European Commission

Erasmus+ Documents for applicants and beneficiaries - European Commission | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Application forms and other documents for the Erasmus+ Programme - Documents for applicants

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If you are contemplating an application for Erasmus+ funding, get started as soon as you can with the appropriate application form and other documents.

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The teacher's guide: 50 resources for using tech in the modern classroom | ZDNet

The teacher's guide: 50 resources for using tech in the modern classroom | ZDNet | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
A roundup of educational articles, apps and tutorials for educators looking to integrate technology into the classroom, updated for 2014.

Via John Evans
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Try something new!

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An updated list of technology integration options. Using any of these?

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"[24. Video and media? TeacherTube | Video tips 25. The Internet? Webquests -- How, when and why. | Internet safety cheat sheet 26. Presentations? Tips for design and delivery] '
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Generic skills needs for graduate employment in the aquaculture, fisheries and related sectors in Europe - Online First - Springer

Generic skills needs for graduate employment in the aquaculture, fisheries and related sectors in Europe - Online First - Springer | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

There is an increasing demand for highly skilled workers in all advanced industrialised economies. Although most jobs require occupation-specific skills to carry them out, it is widely recognised that generic skills are ever more needed by job seekers, to increase job opportunities and maintain employability; this applies to all sectors of the economy, from selling cars to undertaking marine research. Several recent European Union strategy documents emphasise the importance of generic skills. However, the apparent mismatch between the skills sets that employers seek and that job seekers offer remains a major challenge. This paper focuses on perceptions of and attitudes to generic skills training for university graduates intending to gain employment in aquaculture, fisheries or other marine sectors and presents the results of a survey administered to academics, industry representatives, students (at different stages of their academic career) and graduates. The various respondents regarded most of the 39 generic skills under investigation as important, with none classified as unimportant. However, students undertaking different types of degree (i.e. B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D.) prioritized different generic skills and the level of importance ascribed to generic skills training increased as students progressed in their university careers. On the other hand, university staff and other employers were fairly consistent in their choice of the most important generic skills. We argue that there remains a need to place generic skills and employability attributes and attitudes at the centre of the higher education curriculum.

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Another great and timely output from the AQUA-TNET project (sorry I'm biased...!)

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The Promotion of Language Learning and Linguistic Diversity through the aquatic sciences ERASMUS network AQUA-TNET - Online First - Springer

The Promotion of Language Learning and Linguistic Diversity through the aquatic sciences ERASMUS network AQUA-TNET - Online First - Springer | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
The ERASMUS academic network AQUA-TNET, prompted by reports of a lack of concern regarding language training provision for exchange students which had been raised in successive European Universities Association Trends reports, carried out a detailed examination of the language training provided by its partners for exchange students through its Language Learning and Linguistic Diversity (LLLD) group. The group carried out several European-wide surveys to ascertain whether the reported lack of concern was also evident in the AQUA-TNET partnership. The results of these surveys reveal some disparity between staff and student perceptions of language provision for exchange students. The group also investigated the incidence of English as the main delivery language for aquatic science courses, as well as the need for language provision at the basic rather than the intermediate or advanced level, as advocated by the academic sector. The AQUA-TNET LLLD group’s activities were responsible for several studies and reports used to inform or update the network on developments relevant to their language learning policies: desk study on marine science courses in the AQUA-TNET network; review of European schools’ language (and science) policies; reports on EUROPASS, the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and the use of the Internet for delivery of multilingual language learning. The needs analysis derived from the student survey on online language course provision led to changes in the chosen online language course.
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Another valuable output from the AQUA-TNET project on linguistic diversity and language learning linked with aquaculture and aquatic science student mobility 

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Positioning lifelong learning in aquaculture: challenges and opportunities - Online First - Springer

Positioning lifelong learning in aquaculture: challenges and opportunities - Online First - Springer | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
Lifelong learning has been one of the building blocks of the Bologna Process since 1999. The Thematic network AQUA-TNET (Aquaculture, Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Management TN—2008–2011—142245-LLP-1-2008-1-BE-ERASMUS-ENW) in its response to each development has made a significant contribution to the network members’ knowledge and understanding of the different aspects concerned in the provision of university lifelong learning. Various definitions and interpretations of the concept led to relatively slow implementation of lifelong learning in many European universities; however, the EUA European Universities Charter of Lifelong Learning Surveys undertaken by AQUA-TNET showed that the AQUA-TNET approach has successfully incentivised its partners, since a higher percentage of AQUA-TNET partners (54 %) have a LLL strategy in place than the HE organisations surveyed by the EUA (average 39 %).
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Here's a second great article detailing the contribution of AQUA-TNET to lifelong learning opportunities in aquaculture

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Opportunities for students and young graduates | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Opportunities for students and young graduates | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
Are you a young, dynamic, skillful person willing to work in an international environment?Are you interested in contributing your time towards a good cause?Do you have an academic interest in the mandate and subjects of the Organization?Are you enrolled in university or hold an advanced university degree in a field relevant to the work of FAO?Do you have fluent knowledge of one or more UN Official Languages and additional knowledge of another UN language?If the answer to all of the above questions is  “Yes”, then consider FAO opportunities for students/recent graduates and young professionals
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If you have recently graduated in aquaculture, fisheries or related aquatic resources and are interested in the work of FAO, check out current internship and other employment opportunities.

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European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning: Web 2.0 Use in Higher Education

European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning: Web 2.0 Use in Higher Education | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

An article by Michelle Rogers-Estable on research carried out in the USA

"This study analyzed current uses of emerging Web 2.0 technologies in higher education with the intent to better understand which tools teachers are using in the classroom. A total of 189 faculty in higher education from three western US universities were invited to participate, with 54 completing the survey. The survey included open-ended questions as well to offer an alternative analysis approach. In this study, the respondents claimed that the intrinsic factors of a lack of time and training were the main barriers to use, and reported positive views of Web 2.0 use in class, with 75% saying that these tools would benefit students and 83% saying they would benefit teacher-student interactions. In contrast to these results only 44% of the respondents used at least 4 of the 13 listed Web 2.0 tools with students. The reported uses did not match with the reported benefits, and this would support the results that extrinsic factors (time, training, support), instead of intrinsic factors (beliefs, motivation, confidence) are the main barriers to faculty in this study using more Web 2.0 in education. The top five Web 2.0 tools used, in order of preference, follow: (a) video sharing with tools like YouTube; (b) instant messaging; (c) blogs; (d) social communities, such as Facebook; and (e) podcasts or video casts."

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This mirrors Aqua-tnet findings in Europe, that lack of training and confidence in using Web 2.0 tools on the part of faculty (teachers) is one of the major constraints to wider adoption.

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Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014

Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
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Jane Hart of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies gives a run-down of the results from her annual survey of the best online tools for learning.

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Got Skills? Why Online Competency-Based Education Is the Disruptive Innovation for Higher Education (EDUCAUSE Review)

Got Skills? Why Online Competency-Based Education Is the Disruptive Innovation for Higher Education (EDUCAUSE Review) | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Online competency-based education can even out the playing field by taking students to the furthest point possible in their learning experiences, regardless of their starting point, race, geographical location, or family income. <Article by Michelle R Weise>

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I have mixed feelings about competency-based education but see its role and importance in many contexts. This is a very thought provoking article from Michelle Weise which although focused on higher education in the USA underlines the importance of the work Aqua-tnet has been doing in Europe with ESCO, ECVET, Tuning and other initiatives. 

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NOAA - FishWatch: Aquaculture FAQs

NOAA - FishWatch: Aquaculture FAQs | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
A great tutorial from @NOAAfisheries about #FishFarms and #aquaculture. Separate facts from fiction! http://t.co/rCzKxHMWgA

Via Aquaculturedirectory
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Good to see more public information being made available on aquaculture 

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Workshop: Innovative Use of Video in Higher Education

Workshop: Innovative Use of Video in Higher Education | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Video is everywhere today: it has entered our lives, transforming the way we live, work, learn, communicate and play. In education, video can be found at the heart and the helm of some of the most innovative trends in higher education: to achieve deeper learning during face-to-face time, as primary part of content in distance and blended learning situations, especially in MOOCs. This one day workshop aims to bring together some of the most innovative practitioners involved in providing video services in European Higher Education Institutions to discuss and exchange experiences, to highlight collective challenges and to explore opportunities for collaboration. It builds on the successful workshops held on lecture capture in Leuven in 2012 and 2013 prior to the Media & Learning Conference.

 

This full day pre-conference event is organised by the Media & Learning Association SIG on Video in Higher Education in association with the new SIG Media & Education from SURFnet in the Netherlands which brings together the previous work of the WEBstroom and Weblectures SIGs.

 

Location: Ministry of Education and Training, Brussels
19 November 2014, 10:00 - 17:15

Cost: €75 + VAT

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A few places left at this workshop for anyone able to attend next week.

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Farmed in the EU - European Commission

Farmed in the EU - European Commission | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
Fish farmed in the EU: a healthy, fresh and local alternative

We all know that fish is packed with protein, it’s good for the heart and a rich source of vitamins and nutrients. At the same time, it is no secret that we are overfishing our seas, and are putting our fish stocks in danger.

Fish farming, or aquaculture, can help to relieve this burden on wild fishes when it comes to satisfying our ever growing demand for fish – both in the EU and worldwide. One of the world's fastest growing food sectors, fish farming accounts for about half of the fish eaten worldwide every year with that figure on the rise. Simply put, without aquaculture there would not be enough fish to feed the world population. This would mean having to take more fish from our seas and jeopardising the long term sustainability of our wild fish stocks.

 
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The European Commission has launched a public information campaign to support EU aquaculture production - "Farmed in the EU" - look out for further materials and events...

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AQUA-TNET News - Last edition

AQUA-TNET News - Last edition | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Here is the last edition of Aqua-tnet News as a monthly e-mail newsletter. The Aqua-tnet project as the European Thematic Network in the field of aquaculture, fisheries and aquatic resources management, funded under the European Commission Lifelong Learning Programme, from 2011 - 2014 has come to an end. Members of the network will continue to pursue its aims and maintain activities wherever possible - including the Scoop.It news service and website updates.


In this last newsletter you will find some reflections on the project, news of the latest outputs and the usual links to other projects and events of interest for aquaculture & fisheries training and education. 

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The project funding has finished, but the network is strong and the need for continued collaboration to drive forward the agendas of innovation and quality remains clear.

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AQUA-TNET presentations at Aquaculture Europe 2014

AQUA-TNET presentations at Aquaculture Europe 2014 | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Two presentations were given from the Aqua-tnet project during the Knowledge Management, Transfer and Extension session at the recent Aquaculture Europe 2014 conference in Donostia-San Sebastian. These were:

 

Marieke Reuver:  "Aqua-tnet: Adding Value to European Education"

 

John Bostock: "European Aquaculture - A learning Industry?"

 

Slides from both presentations are available via the link.

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Here are the slides from our talks at Aquaculture Europe 2014 if you missed the session or want to look through them again.

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Erasmus+ Programme Guide - European Commission

Erasmus+ Programme Guide - European Commission | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
Information on the opportunities and application process for the 2015 Erasmus+ General Call for Proposals.
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Here we go... start working on your project proposals.

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Agreenskills - Researcher mobility to France

Agreenskills - Researcher mobility to France | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
AgreenSkills : an open programme of international mobility

 

AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+ are postdoctoral fellowship programmes co-funded by the European Union and based at INRA, in collaboration with the research and higher education consortium, Agreenium. The programmes promote international mobility for experienced young and independent researchers to develop challenging basic or targeted research projects in the fields of agriculture, environment, food and nutrition, and animal health. AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+ boast:

High flexibilityApplicant-friendly eligibility criteriaAttractive conditionsA transparent selection processJoint responsibility for labs and fellows tos assure high-quality research projectsCareful attention to the ethical principles in research.

Key figures of AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+:AgreenSkills offers 142 fellow years over 4 years (2012 to 2016), while AgreenSkills+ offers 212 fellow years over a five year period (2014-2019)Access to more than 300 research units for incoming mobilityAttractive salaries that are significantly higher than French state salaries for young and independent researchers.
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Evaluation on the use of e-learning tools to support teaching and learning in aquaculture and aquatic sciences education - Online First - Springer

Evaluation on the use of e-learning tools to support teaching and learning in aquaculture and aquatic sciences education - Online First - Springer | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

The study aimed to capture a snapshot of the status of educational means used in teaching and learning in the area of aquaculture, fisheries and aquatic resources management at European level, with specific consideration on the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) and e-learning tools. To achieve this goal, an online survey was compiled and made available to teachers and students across Europe. In total, teachers from 31 institutions and students from 40 institutions participated in this survey. This paper presents the findings, considers trends and poses further questions for sector stakeholders to help in the development of future programmes and support. In summary, it can be concluded that few teachers have a comprehensive knowledge of the wide range of ICT tools available and can make use of e-learning tools with complete confidence. There is therefore a real and urgent need to “train the trainers” to use ICT in their teaching environments. From the students’ end, there is a strong desire to learn more about the application of e-learning tools and to use them in their learning process.

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A third article from the AQUA-TNET project examining the use of information and communication technologies and digital media in aquaculture education across Europe.

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Herramientas de e-learning Aplicadas a Nuestra Vida #eduvm

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Designing and building dedicated Ph.D. courses contributing to international EU mobility at doctoral level - Online First - Springer

Designing and building dedicated Ph.D. courses contributing to international EU mobility at doctoral level - Online First - Springer | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

After the Bologna framework formally incorporated doctoral education in the three-cycle structure of degrees as part of its nine Action lines in the Berlin Ministers Communiqué in 2003 (Berlin 2003), the AQUA-TNET network devoted a significant part of its activities to follow the subsequent developments in order to help its members understand and meet the demands of the Bologna reforms at the doctoral level. To this end, the network carried out a series of detailed and comprehensive surveys of its members. Interestingly, the results of these independent surveys reveal close similarities with the EUA survey of Doctoral Programmes for the European Knowledge Society (2005) and the sets of guidelines known as the Salzburg Principles (EUA 2005b) and the Salzburg II Recommendations (EUA 2010). The article describes the measures taken by the AQUA-TNET network to design, develop and implement structured doctoral programmes for its members in response to the specific needs as identified by its academic and industry members from those surveys.

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I'm really happy to post this first of several articles arising from the EU AQUA-TNET project. 

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