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Welcome to EBSN’s online conference!

EBSN is organising its first online conference with the title Achieving Upskilling Pathways as a response to the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemics.   The three-day event will consist of thematic workshops with presentations, followed by discussions and by interactivity on a number of platforms (Virtual Marketplace, Project Generation Facility), which will be available for further d...
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UNESCO Strategy for Youth and Adult Literacy (2020-2025)

EBSN was invited to nominate a representative for an expert meeting to input into the UNESCO Strategy for Youth and Adult Literacy (2020-2025). After producing a draft outline strategy for an earlier on-line forum consultation, UNESCO brought together participants over two days to discuss the draft and the vision for literacy for the 21st century. Experts from Uganda, South Africa, Egypt, the Leb...
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EBSN Annual Conference in Tallinn

This year the annual event of the Network took place in Tallinn, Estonia from 6 to 7 June hosted co-organised by Association of Estonian Adult Educators (Andras) the Estonian Non-formal Adult Education Association and the Ministry of Education and Research of Estonia all of whom made a significant contribution to the success of the two-day event. The conference was preceded by the G...
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The EBSN Conference Declaration in Tallinn, 2019

The EBSN Annual Conference 2019 in Tallinn focused on the discussing various ways of implementation of national basic skills policy initiatives. During the two-day conference more than 30 presenters and speakers shared information about different relevant initiatives and developments offering the participants various topics for exchange of experiences. Through active discussions with the participa...
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Online discussions

EBSN’s EPALE-related activity is partly based on organising online discussions in our network’s thematic field. This pillar has become especially important to EBSN’s Capacity Building Series (CBS) in which existing resources are compiled and completed by new materials in order to support policy-makers and policy workers who are engaged in implementing the Upskilling Pathways recommendation. The to...
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Online courses (MOOCs)

The Capacity Building Series of EBSN provides support for policy-makers and other adult learning professionals by publishing up-to-date content by experts on EPALE in the field to help the implementation of the Upskilling Pathways recommendation in the Member States. CBS is the first to introduce online courses on EPALE to contribute to a more efficient use of resources presented in the OERs. &nbs...
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Open Education Resources (OERs)

EBSN’s Capacity Building Series was launched to contribute to the successful implementation of the Upskilling Pathways recommendation. One of the main pillars of CBS is a sequence of open education resources (OERs) that aim at collecting relevant resources that are currently available on EPALE and also to provide new content.   Integrated Policy Approach in Basic Skills Provision Out of the ...
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EBSN and EPALE’s Online Course on Integrated Basic Skills Policy Call for Participants

The EBSN EPALE Team is glad to announce the launch of its first online course. It is a four-week long MOOC that is based on the first OER unit: Integrated Policy Approach in Basic Skills Provision. The course provides an excellent opportunity go into details in connection with the main resources of the OER and also to engage in mutual learning with other adult education professionals who are curre...
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New OER from EBSN CBS on Integrated Basic Skills Policy available now on EPALE!

The European Basic Skills Network is glad to announce that the first open education resource unit of its Capacity Building Series has been published on EPALE. The current thematic unit titled Integrated Policy Approach in Basic Skills Provision focuses on the policy level of basic skills provision with a special attention to good practices to actual policy initiatives. It stresses the importance o...
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