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Title: The IFIP AGORA Initiative


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the International Federation for Information Proce
ssing
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ifip
  • is a non-governmental, not-for-profit umbrella
    organisation of national learned societies
    working in the field of Information Technology
    (IT)
  • was established in 1960 under the auspices of
    UNESCO as a result of the first World Computer
    Congress held in Paris in 1959

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ifip
  • is the leading multinational, non-political
    organisation in Information Communication
    Technologies and Sciences, recognised by United
    Nations and other world bodies
  • comprises IT Societies from 56 countries or
    regions, covering all 5 continents with a total
    membership of over half a million
  • links more than 3500 scientists from Academia and
    Industry, organised in 97 Working Groups
    reporting to 13 Technical Committees
  • provides an unparalleled global scientific
    coverage from theoretical foundations of IT to
    the relationship between IT and society including
    hardware, software, and networking technologies
  • addresses issues critical to developing
    countries, such as the application of IT in
    health, fighting poverty, access to education,
    environment

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ifip
Members
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ifip
scientific and technological leadership
  • is provided by WG membership, whose individuals
    excellence is warranted by peer selection
  • is asserted by the organisation of some 80
    highest quality international events, and the
    publication of some 30 new books annually that
    are distributed worldwide

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ifip
Technical Committees
TC1 Foundations of Computer Science TC2 Software
Theory and Practice TC3 Education TC5 Computer
Applications in Technology TC6 Communication
Systems TC7 System Modelling and
Optimization TC8 Information Systems TC9 Relations
hip between Computers and Society TC10 Computer
Systems Technology TC11 Security and Protection
in Information Processing Systems TC12 Artificial
Intelligence TC13 Human-Computer
Interaction TC14 Entertainment Computing
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Ifip tc3
WG 3.1 (64 experts) Secondary Education WG 3.2
(25 experts) Higher Education WG 3.3 (39
experts) Educational Research WG 3.4 (23
experts) Vocational Education WG 3.5 (59
experts) Elementary Education WG 3.6 (71
experts) Distance Education WG 3.7 (19 experts)
Educational Management SIG 3.8  (15 experts)
Lifelong Learning SIG 3.9  (16 experts) Digital
Literacy
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Ifip tc3
  • the IFIP technical committee on Education
  • TC3 Journal EAIT (Education and Information
    Technologies - Springer)
  • Conferences (and books), seminars, projects
  • 2006 Alesund (Imagining the Future for ICT and
    Education)
  • ITEM Japan (Information Technology in Education
    Management)
  • WCC Santiago Education Stream (Education for
    the 21st Century)
  • (IFIP AGORA Initiative on Lifelong Learning
    Poitiers, Seoul, …)
  • WCCE World Conference on Computers in Education
  • (1st 1970, Amsterdam … 9th 2005,
    Stellenbosch 10th 2009, Bento Gonçalves)
  • IFIP UNESCO Youth Declaration (WCC 2002)
  • Vilnius Declaration (WITFOR, 2003)
  • Stellenbosch Declaration (WCCE 2005)
  • Gaborone Declaration (WITFOR, 2005)

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The IFIP AGORA Initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • Krakow, May 5, 2008

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • An IFIP initiative
  • Focussed on Lifelong Learning…
  • …in a Knowledge Society
  • Conceived in Paris (April 2006)
  • Born in Poitiers, France (October 2006)

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • The AGORA Initiative takes into consideration the
    growing place of Lifelong Learning as a
    transversal theme in the information or knowledge
    society, and the growing need of networking and
    collaboration between partners and stakeholders.

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • The AGORA Initiative, an element of the process
    of revitalisation of the IFIP strategy, aims at
    implementing a dynamic methodology for initiating
    cooperation projects on Lifelong Learning with
    many different stakeholders. It is providing a
    methodical concept of action where contextual
    local efforts are connected to each other and
    contribute to generic common knowledge about
    Lifelong Learning in a synergetic manner.

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • The AGORA Initiative for Lifelong Learning aims,
    on an annual basis, at promoting synergy between
    different kinds of actors, gathering updated
    priorities of each partner, adjusting the
    problematic all along the evolution of main
    international programmes, facilitating the
    networking of partners, taking into account the
    emerging needs in Lifelong Learning in the
    Information Society, promoting new projects,
    acting as a catalyst for the IFIP community,
    following the New Strategy of IFIP.

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The context e-change in a knowledge society
  • Issues
  • 1. Technology evolution
  • 2. Social impacts
  • 3. Digital Divide Inequity
  • 4. Sustainable development
  • 5. Access for all
  • 6. Trust and Confidence
  • 7. Privacy and Data protection
  • 8. Misuse - Ethics

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the e-Change Puzzle
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Domains affected by e-Change
  • Economy
  • Security and confidence
  • Democratic opinion and media
  • e-Government
  • Education
  • Culture
  • Health
  • ….

Source Raymond Morel. Ministry of Education,
Geneva
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e-Change issues 1. Technology evolution 2.
Social aspects/impacts 3. Digital Divide
Inequity 4. Sustainable development 5. Access for
all 6. Trust and Confidence 7. Privacy and Data
protection 8. Misuse - Ethics Deontology 9. ….
Source Raymond Morel. Ministry of Education,
Geneva
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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
Lifelong Learning domain The full
e-Change Puzzle
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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • Main Objectives
  • Dynamic and generic methodology for project
    initiation
  • How to initiate a network of cooperation
    projects,
  • with many different stakeholders?
  • B. Co-operation projects
  • Aimed at enhancing e-competence and knowledge
  • work competence of professionals and students
  • C. Methodical approach to knowledge sharing
  • Allowing contextual, local project efforts to
    be connected,
  • contributing in a synergetic manner to generic
  • knowledge about Lifelong Learning

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • Actions
  • Planning meetings (Poitiers, Paris, Seoul,…)
  • Bringing together stakeholders and project
    initiators
  • Knowledge sharing, networking and developing
    synergy
  • Outlining of co-operation projects
  • Defining work process for planning and
    co-operation
  • B. Seminars (Poitiers, Seoul, Addis Ababa,
    Krakow, Kuala Lumpur…)
  • Sharing of local, contextual knowledge
  • Interactive development of conceptual frameworks
  • C. Co-operation projects (4 in initiation phase)
  • Developing e-competence and knowledge work
    competence of professionals and students
  • Knowledge development and knowledge sharing

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • Results
  • Dynamic and generic methodology for project
    initiation
  • Studio Atelier Methodology bringing together
    local initiatives
  • Agora Planning Meeting providing Atelier
    function
  • B. Co-operation projects
  • Managing Lifelong Learning Studio
  • Digital Divide Studio
  • Cyber-Teacher Studio
  • Croatian Studio
  • C. Methodical approach to knowledge sharing
  • Studio Atelier Methodology bringing together
    local knowledge,
  • contributing to and partaking in generic
    knowledge
  • D. Conceptual frameworks
  • Seoul 2.0 Model Addis Ababa 2.0 Model

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
The Studio-Atelier Methodology Bringing together
local initiatives
Agora Planning Meetings
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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
The Studio-Atelier Methodology Knowledge
Development Knowledge Sharing
Studios Local projects enhancing e-competence and
knowledge work competence of professionals and
students taking account of the level of access to
ICT and of e-readiness of the national
society. Atelier (International) review group,
where contextual local efforts are connected to
each other contributing in a synergetic way to
generic shared knowledge about Lifelong Learning
the generic knowledge in its turn is driving the
local efforts
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Studios
The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • On the local context level Studios will be
    directed at real-world creation of practical
    instances of e-Education for Lifelong Learning in
    different areas of computer science education and
    educational use of ICT. Studios will provide
    contextual solutions, suitable for the cultural,
    social and economic context and for the special
    demands of the specific subject area of Lifelong
    Learning.

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Ateliers
The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • On a generalizing and co-ordinating level AGORA
    introduces an Atelier which is mutually linked
    with the studios.
  • The Atelier-function in the project
  • generate generic knowledge based on the
    experiences of the different studios.
  • this knowledge can be applied in local Studios
    where Lifelong Learning pilot implementations are
    realised.
  • the generic educational Lifelong Learning model
    developed in the Atelier will be evaluated and
    improved in a process of critical review of the
    pilot implementations
  • concurrently improve practice of Lifelong
    Learning in the local Studios.
  • Complex subject areas may have several ateliers
    to co-ordinate their activities. Thus a
    hierarchical structure of specific, topic related
    and more general ateliers may emerge.

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
The Studio-Atelier Methodology Knowledge
Development Knowledge Sharing
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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
Co-operation projects Local initiatives as
Studios
How to manage Lifelong Learning Studio Impact
of Lifelong Learning on the management of
Education and Training tools for managing
Lifelong Learning Digital Divide
Studio Lifelong Learning to reduce Digital
Divide Lifelong Learning for all to avoid a
Knowledge Divide Cyber-Teacher Studio New
competencies of Teachers and Trainers in the
Lifelong Learning Society how to build such
competencies Croatian Studio Organising
e-Learning for Croatian businesses and providing
basic skills to managers
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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
Conceptual Frameworks A learning organisation
for Lifelong Learners (Seoul 2.0) How to create
a Lifelong Learning environment (Addis Ababa 2.0)
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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • Seoul 2.0 Model Organizations in a
    Knowledge based economy
  • How to become a learning organisation
  • The second AGORA event, a Seminar about Lifelong
    Learning, was held in Seoul, Korea, 3-4 June
    2007. The result of this first Atelier on
    Lifelong Learning was created Seoul 2.0., a
    model helping IFIP to become a real Learning
    Organisation in the Lifelong Learning Society.
    The Seoul 2.0 Model for Learning Organisations is
    a practical analysis tool that helps managers and
    others to implement organisations that are
    sustainable in the knowledge society. The model
    is generic and applicable in different, specific
    contexts.

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SEOUL 2.0 IFIP
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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • Addis Ababa 2.0 Model Professionals in the
    Knowledge based economy.
  • How to realise a lifelong learning
    environment
  • Educate knowledge workers
  • The Addis Ababa 2.0 Model for Learning
    Environments is a practical analysis tool for
    educational designers to build and implement a
    lifelong learning environment inside an existing
    organisation. The model helps to design the
    environment on four levels personal, project,
    organisational and societal level. It takes
    account of the local organisational and societal
    context and results in an action plan suiting the
    particular situation. The Addis Abba 2.0 Model is
    integrated with the Seoul 2.0

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • Ateliers and studios for the future…

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The IFIP AGORA initiative on Lifelong Learning
  • http//www.ifip-tc3.net
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