An Independent Agency for Accreditation and Rating (hereinafter - IAAR) and the Narkhoz University are hosting the "Central Asian Forum on Quality Assurance" on December 8, 2017 in Almaty city. The forum is planned to consider the pressing issues of improving the quality and competitiveness of higher education in Kazakhstan and the quality assurance system of the university with regard to world standards.
#EdCrunch-2017, one of the largest European conferences on new educational technologies in secondary, higher and professional education, took place at the World Trade Center in Moscow on September 26-27, 2017. It brought together about 3,500 education, innovation and business professionals including the heads of global associations such as OECD, ISTE, United World Colleges, rectors of the world’s top universities, advanced IT companies including Microsoft Worldwide Education, IBM, Google, and directors of the world’s best innovative schools.
The quality assurance system in higher education and science is a relatively new concept in Croatia. It presupposes the existence of national laws and regulations as well as bodies responsible for carrying out procedures of external evaluation and professionals who conduct them, while promoting the importance of developing quality culture, observing European and international trends and improving the existing procedures.
For the past 26 years after the Declaration of Independence was endorsed on 27th August, 1991, the system of higher education in Moldova has significantly transformed. The reforms were implemented in incremental phases in compliance with the priorities essential for every phase. A new law on education came into force in 1995, which represented the legal basis for the reforms. A new impetus for the reforms was given in 2003, after the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research declared joining the Bologna process.
The NMC Horizon Project is a global ongoing research initiative that explores the trends, challenges, and technology developments likely to have an impact on teaching, learning, and creative inquiry. The six trends described in the NMC Horizon Report were selected by the project’s expert panel in a series of Delphi-based voting cycles, each accompanied by rounds of desktop research, discussions, and further refinements of the topics. These trends, which the members of the expert panel agreed are very likely to drive technology planning and decision-making over the next five years, are sorted into three movement-related categories.
The International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences invites scholars, researchers, as well as corporation and government executives to participate in the 5th Teaching & Education Conference to be held on June 19 - 22, 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.