EdReNe is a network of European repository nodes and stakeholders dedicated to the development of recommendations and exchange of expertise. The networks' activities are sponsored by a group of European Ministries of Education based in European Schoolnet's LRE Subcommittee. Together the two networks participate in face-to-face meetings and online seminars which provide opportunities for members to keep up-to-date on the latest developments in the field and learn about new and ongoing initiatives across Europe.
[August 23, 2019] Next EdReNe meeting will be held on 5 and 6th of December in Ghent, Belgium and kindly hosted by KlasCement.
[June 27, 2019] The recording of today's LRE/EdReNe webinar is available here.
[June 18, 2019] Please join us for our next EdReNe webinar on 27 June at 15:30 CEST.
Dr. Kamakshi Rajagopal, author of the 2nd LRE-Subcommittee White Paper surveying the state-of-the-art of recommender systems for K-12 teacher professional development platforms, will present her findings followed by a discussion with webinar participants. This white paper aims to guide learning resource platform owners in evaluating recommender systems for their platforms and identifies key issues and decision points in determining if recommender systems are the right technologies for their users.
To join the webinar, follow this link on 27 June!
[May 31, 2019] The 18th EdReNe Seminar will be hosted by KlasCement in Ghent from Novembre 5th to 6th. Stay tuned for details!
[May 30, 2019] The presentation of the 17th EdReNe Seminar held at the European Schoolnet office in Brussels from May 28th to May 29th are available under the Seminar section.
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