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Challenging Boundaries
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E-urbs

Programme...

Thursday, November 15th, 2007

 
14:00
Registration @ venue
15:30
Prof. Giovanni Bogliolo (Rector University of Urbino)
16:00
Prof. Yuri Kazepov (University of Urbino)
Challenging boundaries: between institutional constraints and ICT innovation
16:30
Dr. Piet Henderikx (EADTU, Secretary General)
ICT and Institutional Obstacles to the Bologna process: the state of the art in Europe
17:00
Guido Maggioni (Deputy vice-Chancellor, Bologna process)
The Institutional opportunities of the Bologna process
 
Debate
17:30
Master degree award ceremony
20:00
Award reception (by invitation)

Friday, November 16th, 2007 Parallel Session

         
9:00

The Role of ICT in the creation of a European higher Education Area:
Chair: Mirella Schaerf (CNIPA, Italy)

Antonio Cartelli (University of Cassino)
The “Promoting Best Practice in Virtual Campuses (PBP-VC) Project: Towards New Strategies for Higher Education”

M.C. Matteucci*; C. Tomasetto*; B. Kopp#; F.Carugati*; P. Selleri*; E. Mazzoni*; P. Gaffuri* *University of Bologna, Italy; #University of Munich, Germany
The promotion of knowledge construction through e-learning tools: A European Project on good practices - view abstract

  9:00

The value added of comparative research in urban studies: governance and urban policies
Chair: Chris Kesteloot (Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium)

Matteo Colleoni (University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy)
Urban mobility, accessibility and social equity. A study on mobility and social equity in Barcelona, Bologna, La Coruna, Lyon, Wien - view abstract

Enzo Mingione (University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy)

Comparing local welfare arrangements
10:30 Coffee Break   10:30 Coffee Break
   

Francesco Leonetti (Tuscia University, Italy)
Tools & Methods for improving social learning in an open source perspective. The experience of the “Università della Tuscia” E-Learning Master

Flora Sisti (University of Urbino, Italy)
E-Learning and second language acquisition courses: are they compatible? A case study - view abstract

Morning’s discussant: Giovanni Torrisi (University of Urbino, Italy)
 
 

Marco Bontje (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
The creative knowledge economy: a key to competitiveness? Comparing the creative knowledge experience of 13 European city-regions - view abstract

Federico Savini (E-Urbs Master, Italy)
Participatory democracy in Italy and Denmark

Morning’s Discussant: Hans Thor Andersen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
13:00 Lunch break   13:00   Lunch break
14:30  

ICT Innovation and new approaches to online teaching
Chair:Piet Henderikx (EADTU, General Secretary) (asked)

Luigi Colazzo, Andrea Molinari, Nicola Villa (University of Trento, Italy)
From an e-learning to a life-long learning system: the Online Community platform of the University of Trento - view abstract

Giovanna Carloni (University of Urbino, Italy)
Individual differences and online learning: the way forward
- view abstract

  14:30

The value added of comparative research in urban studies: Segregation and housing
Chair:  Enzo Mingione (University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy)

Grzegorz Węcławowicz, Marek Jerczyński (Polish Academy of Science, Warshaw, Poland)
Transferability, benefits and constrains in comparative urban studies seen from the Polish experience - view abstract

Bram Lattré (E-Urbs Master, Belgium)
Gated Communities. A new form of hyper-suburbanism?
16:00 Coffee break   16:00 Coffee break
   

Erika Pigliapoco, Emanuele Lattanzi, Alessandro Bogliolo
(ISTI - University of Urbino, Italy)
Non-Conventional Online Feedback Tools for Learning Process Monitoring - view abstract

Mirella Schaerf (CNIPA, Italy)

Innovative processes in lifelong learning in the Italian Public Administration (title to be confirmed)

Afternoon’s Discussant: Fabio Giglietto (University of Urbino, Italy)

 
 

Martijn Ubink (E-Urbs Master, Netherlands)
Urban Planning in shrinking cities, A comparative study between Delfzijl (the Netherlands) and Selb (Germany)

Francesco Memo (University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy)
Large housing estates in European cities: convergences and differences - view abstract

Afternoon’s discussant: Hartmut Haeussermann (Humboldt University at Berlin, Germany) (asked)


 
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INFORMATION
 


To contact us
Prof. Yuri Kazepov
Director of the E-Urbs Master and responsible of the project
yuri.kazepov@uniurb.it
Institute of Sociology
University of Urbino
Via Saffi, 15
61029 — Urbino (Italy)

For information
Dott. Giovanni Torrisi
Coordinator of the E-Urbs Master project
giovanni.torrisi@uniurb.it

For logistics information
Dott.ssa Simona Renga
Logistics support
simona.renga@uniurb.it



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