Several educational institutions in Sweden are converting their teaching to digital / online / distance education these days with Corona / Covid 19. SVERD and its members are experts in just this and we are happy to help. Already on Friday, March 13, 2020, we wrote a post and shared resources that are available. Several experts in the field around the world are now sharing their expertise, in the form of blogs, videos, webinars, to do lists, etc., so that you not only post the teaching on different platforms and with recorded lectures, but ensure that you maintain quality, or even may increase the quality of student learning. Read the post here.
On March 17, the Government issued recommendations to convert all education at colleges, YH and higher education institutions to online education, therefore SVERD contributes to this site where we gather national and international resources, etc. to facilitate you / you who are facing these changes. and to maintain / increase the quality of learning.
SADE follows ICDE’s recommendations Corona #Learningtogether
With the escalation of Covid-19, educators all over the world over are encouraged to shift to online and distance learning provision as schools and universithttps://www.sverd.se/wp-admin/edit.php?post_type=pageies are forced to shut down campuses. ICDE, as the leading global membership organization for open, online and distance education are launching a Task Force and a global campaign called #learningtogether to support this endeavor.
The global ICDE community of experts in the field of online and distance learning are invited to contribute by sharing their knowledge and expertise and engaging in the global discussion. How can newcomers develop sustainable and inclusive flexible, distance and online learning concepts in various regions and contexts? What kind of open and free resources are available? What kinds of quality frameworks exist? What are the most pivotal actions educational and political leaders now must take in order to ensure quality learning and teaching for all?