Programme

EUCEN 2010 programme  

The abstracts are in pdf-form at the end of the page.


Thursday 27 May

14:00
onwards   

Registration
University Lobby

15:00 -
16:00

Newcomers Meeting
Meeting room F2059

16:30 -
18:30

Study Visits

 

a) Rovala
The System of Adult Education in Finland (liberal adult education, summer universities, adult education at the polytechnics and universities)
Ossi Takkinen, Managing Director, Rovala Settlement Association
Merja Ojalammi, Rector,
Rovala Folk High School

 

b) The Arctic Centre and Arktikum
Monica Tennberg, Research Professor and
Jenni Lintula, Communication Officer
Arctic Centre,
University of Lapland

19:00 –20.30                   

Reception: City of Rovaniemi
Rovaniemi  City Hall , Hallituskatu 7
Michel Feutrie, President of EUCEN
Antti Kuulasmaa, Rovaniemi City Council

 

Friday 28 May

08:30                    

Registration and Info Desk open
University Lobby

 

09:00 –
10:30

Esko and Asko Hall

Formal Welcome
Mauri Ylä-Kotola, Rector of
University of Lapland, Finland
Michel Feutrie, President of EUCEN
Henna Virkkunen, Minister of Education,
Finland

 

Keynote 1:                                  
Facing the New Decade – Is there a Role for Lifelong
Learning?
Rita Asplund, PhD, Research Director
The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy ETLA,
Finland

10:30 –
11:00

Coffee Break, Restaurant Petronella

11:00 –
11.30

Keynote 2:

Restorative practices in Finland

Teuri Brunila, Chair of the Finnish Forum for Mediation, former Chief Judge

 

11.30 –
13:00

Workshops with discussions: Restorative Education

 


Slot A1
F2059, 2nd floor

Slot A2
F2060, 2nd floor

Slot A3
F4014, 4th floor

Lifelong learning, university and socio-economic approaches     
              

University and its role in facilitating innovations in lifelong learning

Lifelong learning and the environment

Moderator:
Mr. Oliver Janoschka
EUCEN
Spain

Moderator:
Mr. Kari Seppälä
University of Turku
Finland

Moderator:
Dr. Andrea Waxenegger
University of Graz
Austria

A1.1.
University strategies towards lifelong learning as part of their role in innovation and regional development

Wim Van Petegem 
K.U.Leuven - AVNet,
Leuven, Belgium

A2.1.
Developing skills and competences of teachers working in the lifelong learning sector: challenges for the new decade.

Rob Mark
Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
  

 

 

 

A3.1.
Networking for Lifelong Learning

Kristijan Breznik
International School for Business and Social Studies, Celje, Slovenia

A1.2.
Generational change of teachers and school-university co-operation

Mikko  Ojala
University of Oulu, Learning and Research Services, Oulu, Finland

A2.2.
Continuing Education (CE) Benchmarking Network for Organisational Learning

Kirsti Miettinen
Teknillinen korkeakoulu (Aalto University), Espoo, Finland
 

 

 

 

A3.2.
Transfer of innovation - Net University, lifelong learning University based education

Svante  Hultman
Jönköping University, Jönköping, Sweden


                         

13:00 - 13:45                    

Lunch

13:45 -
14:45                      

World Café
Consultation with members about activities and services EUCEN has to plan for the next decade. Non-members of EUCEN are warmly welcome to participate.

World Café Description

14:45 -
17:15

Workshops with discussions: Facing the future (new models, good practices in LLL)
(Coffee break between at 15:30-15:50, Restaurant Petronella)

Slot B1
F2059, 2nd floor

Slot B2
F2060, 2nd floor

Slot B3
F4014, 4th floor

Lifelong learning, universities and socio-economic approaches

University and its role in facilitating
innovations
 in 
lifelong learning

Lifelong learning and the environment

Moderator:
Dr. Valeria Pavluska
University of Pecs
Hungary

Moderator:
Ms. Toril Eikas-Eide
University of Bergen
Norway
Moderator:
Dr. Paula Lindroos
Åbo Akademi
Finland

B1.1.
What place for skill development and ULLL in the French competitiveness clusters?

Jean-Marie Filloque
University of Brest, Brest, France, Université Européenne de Bretagne, B retagne, France

B2.1.
From Open University to University Degree Student - A narrative study of Finnish Open University Students who have gained admission to University through Open University.

Sirpa  Purtilo-Nieminen
University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland

B3.1.
Can universities contribute to sustainable development through lifelong learning?

Cécile Sztalberg
Université libre de Bruxelles, Service de Formation continue, Bruxelles, Belgium

B1.2.
Countering Social Disadvantage

Lynne Jenkins
Swansea University, Swansea, United Kingdom

B2.2.
Investigating Practical Learning Environments for lifelong learning - a case study

Sue Cross
UCL, London, United Kingdom    

B3.2.
An approach to universities social responsibility. The experience of the University of Granada


Carmen Caballero-Navas
University of Granada,
Granada, Spain


17:15-
18:15                   
Poster session
University Lobby

17:15-
18:15  
National Networks Meeting
Meeting room F2059

20:00
onwards

Conference Dinner


Saturday 29 May

09:00 –
11:00                    

General Assembly
Esko and Asko Hall
 

11:00 –
11:30

Coffee Break, Restaurant Petronella

 

11.30 –
12:00                   

Esko and Asko Hall

Keynote 3:
“Learning All Life Long” – Enhancing Dynamic Capabilities
with Social Mediators and Social Media
Topics:
  - Lifelong learning – new ways of learning
  - Communities – building meaningful linkages
  - Social media – emerging new possibilities,
  - Innovation – in all we do
  - Crowd sourcing – setting stages for meaningful interaction
Minna Takala, Senior Development Manager
Nokia Devices R&D, Finland

 

12.00 –
12:50

Summary/Conclusions from the workshops on Friday

 

12.50 –
13.00

Presentation of the Next EUCEN Conference

 

13:00 –
14:00

Lunch, Restaurant Felli

 

16:00 –
19.00

Optional Tour
Visit to a Reindeer Farm and Santa  Claus Village


 

POSTERS


P1

Fighting Unemployment of High-Skilled Low-Graduated Workers Through A Network of Institutional Actors: A Case Study
Renaud Maes1,2, Cécile Sztalberg2, Michel Sylin1
1Université libre de Bruxelles, Unité de Psychologie des Organisations, Bruxelles  , Belgium , 2Université libre de Bruxelles, Service de Formation continue, Bruxelles , Belgium

P2

Meeting the needs of lifelong learners: an integrated approach
Harm van Lieshout, Els van der Werf
Hanze University Groningen,
Groningen,  Netherlands

P3

Clinical Practice and Return to School: Reflections about learning trajectories at the Course of Complementary Education in Nursing for Nursing Degree Acquisition
Carla Damásio
Leiria Polytechnic Institute - Health   School,
Leiria,  Portugal

P4

New perspective for lifelong learning at University "Roma Tre"
Aureliana Alberici, Paolo Di Rienzo
University "Roma Tre",
Rome, Italy

P5

Sharing learning and learning to share: the implications of universities sharing academic responsibility with employers and other organisations when developing learning
Judy Rumbelow, Darryl Bibby
Bibby Rumbelow Ltd,
Leicester, United Kingdom

P6

Lifelong Education and Story Telling in Lapland
Esa Poikela, Sari Poikela
University of Lapland,
Rovaniemi,  Finland

P7

Motivational and self regulated learning components of academic performance
Pasquale Moliterni1, Simona De Stasio1, Mauro Carboni1, Carlo Di Chiacchio2
1Italian University of Sport and Movement “Foro Italico”,2Invalsi, Rome, Italy

P8

Concept of the postgraduate Master course "Master of Ecological Competence"
Christof Eveline
University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences,
Vienna,  Austria

P9

Master CasaClima: Professionals yesterday, students today, specialists tomorrow - Lifelong Learning and the environment
Cristina Benedetti
Free University of Bozen/Bolzano,
Bolzano,  Italy

 P10    Facilitating the Life Long Learning at the Universities. The implementation of the Learning Based on Projects using the ICTs
Encarnación Mellado Durán, Directora del Centro de Formación Permanente
M. Carmen Talavera Serrano, Gabinete de Enseñanza e-Learning
Teresa García Gutiérrez, Vicerrectora de Relaciones Institucionales
University of Seville, Spain

Abstracts
A1.1.pdf (6.4 kB)
A1.2.pdf (6.2 kB)
A2.1.pdf (5.9 kB)
A2.2.pdf (9.8 kB)
A3.1.pdf (5.8 kB)
A3.2.pdf (6 kB)
B1.1.pdf (5.3 kB)
B1.2.pdf (6.1 kB)
B2.1.pdf (5.6 kB)
B2.2.pdf (9.6 kB)
B3.1.pdf (6.4 kB)
B3.2.pdf (9.4 kB)
P1.pdf (6.7 kB)
P2.pdf (4.8 kB)
P3.pdf (2.1 MB)
P4.pdf (214.4 kB)
P5.pdf (206.2 kB)
P6.pdf (4.9 kB)
P7.pdf (4.5 kB)
P8.pdf (6.2 kB)
P9.pdf (6.3 kB)
P10.pdf (5.3 kB)