European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN)
Réseau européen d'enseignement à distance
Europäisches Netzwerk für Fernlehre
1991-05 Prague Czech Rep
May 1991, Prague (Czech Rep), as European Distance Education Network (EDEN) – Réseau européen d'enseignement à distance – Europäisches Netzwerk für Fernlehre when constitution was adopted, a previous Platform for Collaboration in Distance Education in Europe (Budapest (Hungary) Platform) having been set up May 1990, Budapest. EU Transparency Register: 582473623421-72.
Share knowledge and improve understanding among professionals in distance and e-learning; promote policy and practice across Europe.
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General meeting (annual); Executive Committee; EDEN Network of Academics and professionals (NAP) Steering Committee; Secretariat. Since Jan 2014, institutions of U-XF2599 - EuroPACE integrated into EDEN.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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