D6.3 International Advisory Committee
Type of outcome/product/results: Network of people (public)
Delivery date: February 2012 with constant updates if needed
Nature: Event; Other
Language versions: English
To set up an IAC, the first task was to create a long list of names; then create a short list of around 25 and invite these to an inaugural meeting. The IAC consists of notable experts plus leaders and policy analysts from organisations of relevance. A number (up to 12) of the "seats" on the IAC will be from "constituencies" including:
- Ministry of Education in each key partner country (UK/England, Netherlands, Italy and Hungary)
- UNESCO or nominee (e.g. relevant UNESCO Chairs)
- Key school associations, including but not only European Schoolnet
- Key EU-wide university associations, in particular EADTU and EuroPACE (EDEN is already a partner in POERUP)
The other members are individual experts selected from the schools, higher education and "other education" sectors in roughly equal numbers. This will be done by a nominations/review process as in Re.ViCa and VISCED.
An overdue innovation is that there will also be a Technical Subcommittee of around 6 experts from the main wikis oriented to e-learning professionals.
For more details of meetings see D6.5_3_workshops_with_International_Advisory_Committee - the first main meeting is at OER13 in Nottingham in March 2013.
This is not a Report-type Deliverable, thus there is no report as output.
For information on the various IAC meetings, see Deliverable 6.4.