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Premium member Presentation Transcript e-Educationand Knowledge Society: e-Education and Knowledge Society Knowledge Society and Law CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE Istituto di Teoria e Tecniche dell’Informazione Giuridica Roberta Nannucci Rome, CNR, 26 April 2004Information Society: Information Society In 2010 Europe should become “the most competitive and dynamic knowledge- based economy in the world, capable of achieving a sustainable economic growth, with more qualified and developed employment and a greater social cohesion” European Council, Lisbon, March 2000How to be reached?: How to be reached? Information Society European political strategies are to be focused on people as the key and major resource Knowledge Society The training and teaching process is the essential step tool e-Educatione-Education: e-Education Represents the linking bridge between old-fashioned society new knowledge societySlide5: to make educational activities more efficient and effective applying ICTs to generate new knowledge to promote social change and innovation e-Educatione-Education: two facets e-Education methodological conceptual 1 2Methodologically: Methodologically the application and use of ICTs in the various sectors of the educational system (school, university, post-graduate courses, public servants training and updating and general life-long learning)Conceptually: Conceptually the introduction of those new key concepts necessary to make citizens skilled in utilising new resources and capable of active participation to realise new prospects introduced by the Information Society e-Learning : e-Learning using new multimedia technologies and the Internet to improve the quality of learning Methodologically means is the most suitable tool for promoting e-Educatione-Learning features: e-Learning features is based on a reliable pedagogy-oriented technology is a social process facilitating interaction and collaboration between people implies organisational change promotes teacher/tutor/student training communities and peer-to-peer relations Slide11: to help the individual to realise his or her full potential and lead a happy and fruitful life to reduce the disparities and inequalities between individuals or groups (the so called digital divide) to ensure that skills available meet the needs introduced by knowledge society scenarios (the so-called lifelong learning) e-Learning main goalse-Education: e-Education Digital literacy general concepts and notions directed to all citizens for making them e-citizens (change promoters and producers) e-…Law new concepts and procedures deriving from the development of Information Society applied to specific legal domains (e-Government, e-Democracy etc.) updating of traditional legal domains and disciplines Conceptuallye-Education: The modern teaching of administrative law must take into account procedural changes introduced by the implementation of e-Government e-Education Conceptually e-Procurement Law? Example:Legal education in Italy: Legal education in Italy Law faculties are introducing new technologies in the organisation but still very little in education (conceptually and methodologically) Blended learning (integration between traditional and online learning) is still the preminent teaching modelLegal education in Italy: Academic curricula have been slightly adjusted to most recent conceptual framework of knowledge society Many masters and post-graduate courses are being held on e-Government and Knowledge Society issues Legal education in ItalyLegal education in Italy: Training initiatives are addressed to the personnel of national Public Administrations and of regional and local governments for accelerating innovation Educational centres were created in each Italian regions for lifelong learning in e-government and information society (CRCs) e-Learning is employed in a low percentage of cases Legal education in ItalyIttig activities: Numerous teaching activities in legal informatics and computer law university curricular courses (Perugia, Milan, Florence, Pisa, Livorno, Catania) post graduate courses and masters (Catania, Camerino) doctorates (Florence, Genoa) Refresher courses for training public servants to the new E-government and e-Participation requirements off-line and on-line) Ittig activitiesIttig activities: Publication of teaching handbooks Research activities on Information Technologies applied to Law Teaching aiming at increasing the awareness of the legal world towards the introduction of ICTs Design of e-Learning modules in specific legal domains Ittig activitiesSlide19: a Hypermedia tool for teaching law A first application CD-Rom on European Law, inserted as a teaching tool in a new University textbook DidalexSlide21: An authoring system for supporting the autonomous building of specific web-based legal tutorials a Hypermedia tool for teaching law Didalexauthoring structure: authoring structure Didalexe-Education: e-Education Prospects new knowledge societye-Education: e-Education LEFIS activities knowledge society ProspectsSlide25: Through LEFIS experience to activate co-operative work and research to reduce differences among European member States to harmonise their social environmental prospects towards knowledge society Prospects You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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