This year we have received more than 100 Gamification project submissions to the Gamification World Awards. Most of the projects submitted to the Awards are outstanding projects that shows the power of Gamification in a lot of different application scenarios. We are really happy to see that Gamification is becoming an important tool for companies …
Gamification is ‘the use of game design elements in non-game contexts’ (From game design elements to gamefulness: defining gamification, Deterding et al., 2011). By drawing upon game design elements, mechanics and techniques, organisations hope to engender, in work, the type of experience that we find motivating, engaging and fun when we play games. So, ultimately, […]
Do you have a great idea for an innovative European e-learning project? And are you still looking for partners to set it up? Then pin down Thursday 3 and Friday 4 December 2015 in your agenda! Find European partners for your next e-learning project During a project development workshop on 4 December from 9.00 am – 3.30 pm, you can meet potential partners and compose your European partnership for the following upcoming calls for proposals in the field of e-learning and digital skills development:
Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership Erasmus+ Key Action 3: Policy reforms Horizon 2020 ICT-22-2016: Technologies for Learning and Skills (draft work programme)
How does it work? Apply by 1/10/2015 Do you want to submit a proposal as a project leader? Please fill out this form by 1/10/2015. This form should only be completed by potential project promoters who have a clear project idea and who are willing to act as a project leader in one of the 3 EU-funding calls.
By the beginning of October 2015, we will distribute your project idea* among potential partners. Interested partners will be able to sign up for the project development workshop until 30/10/2015. An e-confirmation of participation will be sent in the first week of November.
To warm up, you can participate on 3 December in an afternoon seminar “How can digital learning environments enhance learning outcomes?”, during the evening network cocktail you have the opportunity to exchange your views with digital experts and policy officers of the European Commission.
This event is a co-organisation of Baden-Württemberg, EARLALL, EUCIS LLL, the Liaison Agency Flanders-Europe (vleva) and the West-Finland European Office. Both events take place at Vleva, Avenue de Cortenbergh 71, 1000 Brussels.
*Please note that this workshop is a partnering event. The organisation can not guarantee that your project idea will be selected for EU-funding. And only the best 9 project ideas can be presented during the workshop on 4 December 2015.
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