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SVC Dissemination, April 16 and June 14th, 2007, March 3rd, 2008, Berne


Exploiting eLearning products and services after 2007

Within the Swiss Virtual Campus (SVC) a large amount of attractive eLearning content and tools have been developed. Learning expertise in different disciplines has been built up.

A big challenge for the next few years will be to use, maintain and disseminate these results without direct federal funding within ordinary teaching assignments and supported by the existing service units within institutions of higher education (IHE). The use of existing material for further users should be profitable for the projects.

In two workshops, the SVC wants to support project teams and members of eLearning service and competence centres (CCSP) in the sustainable use and reuse of eLearning products and services. The aim is that, after the end of SVC in 2007, eLearning products financed by the SVC will continue to be successfully used within higher education and, if possible, be made available to further interested users such as foundations, enterprises or other organisations.

In a public event projects have the opportunity to present their products and services to target groups outside of their institution.
The workshops are aimed at eLearning projects who wish to secure the sustainable use of their products and/or to offer eLearning services (based on the know-how they´ve developed during the last few years) :

  • SVC-project leaders and coordinators, members of CCSP
  • Members of non-SVC eLearning projects from institutions of higher education in Switzerland and neighbouring countries.

Goals

Lecturers and service centres will be able to:

  • identify opportunities for the deployment and maintenance of their eLearning products and know-how in their institutional context. They are able to build on success factors and to tackle stumbling blocks. (Workshop 1)
  • identify actors outside of their institution with a demand for their products and/or services (such as enterprises, foundations etc.), make an attractive offer and negotiate with interested parties. (Workshop 2)

In a public event, eLearning providers (projects, CCSP, etc.) will have a first contact with potential users and partners and are capable to present their products and services in an attractive way.

Workshop 1 Program Flyer (PDF, 150 KB)
Workshop 2 Program Flyer (PDF, 68 KB)

 

For registration: please contact svc@crus.ch

Public Event – Workshop 3

Get in contact with potential users and partners.


Public Event, March 3rd, 2008, Berne

In the public event, eLearning providers (projects, CCSP, etc.) will have a first contact with potential users and partners and are capable to present their products and services in an attractive way.

The Public Event will take place on March 3rd, 2008, at Bea Expo in Berne.

For more Information see the program-webpage: Public Event

 

Workshop 2: market your product

How to identify opportunities for further marketing?
How to check if dissemination makes sense to you?
How to design an attractive offering and how to negotiate?

Location: The International Bureau of the Universal Postal Union, Berne

Thursday, June 14, 2007, Berne

10.00 a.m. Arrival, coffee & cake
10.30 a.m. Welcome
Prof. Dr. Marcel Jufer, EPFL. President Steering Committee SVC
Prof. Dr. Marcel Jufer
10.40 a.m. Review first Workshop – Overview
Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, FHNW, Member of the Steering Committee SVC
Christian Hohnbaum, Coordinator SVC
Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, Christian Hohnbaum Slides (pdf)
10.55 a.m. SWAPch - The Swiss E-Learning Hub
New platform for the national and international exchange of eLearning products and services (product database, repository, public event)
Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, FHNW, Member of the Steering Committee SVC
Dr. Rolf Brugger SWITCH, Project Manager eLearning Services
Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, Dr .Rolf Brugger Slides (pdf)
11.15 a.m. Market research
How to identify possible target groups? Presentation, workshop, questions, discussion
Werner Reimann, Senior Research Consultant DemoSCOPE
Werner Reimann, Slides (pdf)
12.30 a.m. Networking Lunch
01.45 p.m. How to write a business plan?
Presentation, workshop, questions, discussion
Business senior UBS (t.b.c.)
Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, FHNW, Prof. for Information Management, Member of the Steering Committee SVC
02.45 p.m. Coffee break
03.15 p.m. Advertise your product and negotiate with enterprises
Presentation, workshop, questions, discussion
John Allen, Head of Learning and Training Business Excellence, Nestlé
John Allen, Slides (pdf)
04.45 p.m. Wrap-up, next steps
Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, FHNW, Member of the Steering Committee SVC
Christian Hohnbaum, Coordinator SVC
05.00 p.m. Apéro

 
 
 

Workshop 1: Deployment and maintenance

How to disseminate eLearning resources within higher education

Monday, April 16th, 2007, Berne

09:30 Arrival, coffee & cake
10.00 a.m.
Welcome
Dr. Peter Frey, MME, University of Berne, Head of CCSP VC-Supportzentrum
Dr. Peter Frey Slides (pdf)
10.10 a.m. Introduction
Prof. Dr. Marcel Jufer, EPFL, President of the Steering Committee SVC
10.20 a.m. Scenarios for sustainable use
Evaluation of monitoring results, perspectives of future eLearning-scenarios in Swiss higher education
Christian Hohnbaum, Coordinator SVC
Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, FHNW, Member of the Steering Committee SVC
Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, Christian Hohnbaum Slides (pdf)
10.40 a.m. Parallel sessions: For scenarios for exploitation of products and services
  1. Partnerships with Swiss degree-courses in other institutions.
    Prof. Dr. Günter Burg, MD, University of Zurich, Project Leader DOIT
  2. Partnerships with editors or eLearning companies.
    Dr. phil. Guillaume Schiltz, University of Basel, Dr. Andreas Langlotz, University of Basel, Project Coordinators eHistLing
  3. Continuing education.
    Geneviève Auroi-Jaggi, University of Geneva
  4. International partnerships with foundations.
    Prof. Roderick J. Lawrence MA, D.Sc. University of Geneva, Project Leader SUPPREM
Prof. Dr. Günter Burg Slides (pdf)

Dr. phil. Guillaume Schiltz, Dr. Andreas Langlotz Slides (pdf)

Prof. Roderick J. Lawrence Slides (pdf)
11.40 a.m. Wrap up
Presentation of session results
12.20 a.m. Networking lunch
01.30 p.m. Survival kit: how to reach sustainability
Identifying success-factors and obstacles to promote existing material within IHE
  • Legal issues: How to handle property rights (with partners, institutions, vendors, copyright
    questions etc.)
    Prof. Dr. Marcel Jufer, EPFL, President Steering Committee SVC
    Mathias Kummer, Master of Law, Managing Director Weblaw, Bern
  • Organizational issues: how to involve existing support-structures (CCSP, IT, pedagogical units, further education, law consultants, transfer, library etc.)
    Prof. Dr. Sabine Seufert, University of St. Gallen, Managing Director SCIL.

Mathias Kummer, Master of Law Slides english, Slides german (pdf)

Prof. Dr. Marcel Jufer Slides (pdf)

Prof. Dr. Sabine Seufert Slides (pdf)

03.00 p.m. Coffee break
03.30 p.m. Product Profiles: A base for exchange
How to describe products and services?

Christian Kohls, M.Sc., Knowledge Media Research Center - KMRC, Tübingen

Christian Kohls, M.Sc. Slides (pdf)
04.30 p.m. Wrap-up, next steps
How to provide the adequate technical infrastructure?

Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel, FHNW, Member of the Steering Committee SVC

Prof. Dr. Urs Gröhbiel Slides (pdf)
05.00 p.m. Apéro

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