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|Title: ||Special Issue on Stimulating Personal Development and Knowledge Sharing|
|Authors: ||Koper, Rob|
|Keywords: ||Knowledge sharing|
|Issue Date: ||21-Jan-2010|
|Abstract: ||This special issue contains articles based on selected papers presented at the First TENCompetence Workshop “Stimulating Personal Development and Knowledge Sharing”, which took place in Sofia, Bulgaria on 30-31 October 2008. TENCompetence is a large integrated RTD project funded by the European Commission under the IST/TEL027087, program.
The TENCompetence project
The EU 6th Framework Integrated Project TENCompetence (www.tencompetence.org) aims at developing European open-source infrastructure that will support individuals, teams and organisations in lifelong development of competences. The infrastructure will enable:
1.Creating formal and informal Learning Networks in different professions and domains of knowledge.
2.Assessing and managing the competences that are acquired at any stage in life by the participants of a Learning Network, taking into account that people have learned from many different formal and informal learning sources.
3.Stimulating the reflection on the current competences to support the formulation of new learning goals.
4.Searching for adequate formal and informal learning resources to build new competences or to update existing competences in a profession or domain of knowledge.
5.Providing the actual learning environment that is needed to perform learning activities.
6.Providing effective and efficient support to learners.
7.Support for sharing learning resources.|
|Description: ||Koper, R., Stefanov, K., & Dicheva, D. (2009). Stimulating Personal Development and Knowledge Sharing [Special issue]. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning (IJCEELL), 19(4/5/6), 271-395.|
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