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Separatore Rosso
Challenging Boundaries
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Thursday, November 15th, 2007

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

Friday, November 16th, 2007 Parallel Session


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


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

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


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)

E-learning - EU


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

For information
Dott. Giovanni Torrisi
Coordinator of the E-Urbs Master project

For logistics information
Dott.ssa Simona Renga
Logistics support

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