Building Learning Networks for Lifelong Learning

Rob Koper

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    Text of the keynote for the 23th Dies Natalis of the Open University of the Netherlands, 28 September 2007. In the keynote the need for a national infrastructure for lifelong learning is advocated. The requirements of the Digital Cinema area are used as an example and in the last section three research examples are addressed (personal competence manager, navigation in learning networks using collaborative filtering and the use of LSA to decrease teachers workload. The text can be provided in print from the Open University of the Netherlands. The keynote has also been videotaped. This was one of two keynotes. Etienne Wenger was the other one, talking about "learning for a small planet: community, meaning and identity". The full booklet is also included as well as a link to the streaming video file of the Koper keynote.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 29 Sept 2007


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