This Special Interest Group aims to support members from the Swiss E-Learning Community to implement MOOCs at their institution.
The aim of the SIG E-Portfolio is to determine the usage of e-portfolio elaborating pedagogical recommendations and defining if there is a common need for a national instance of an e-portfolio that would among other features cover lifelong storage. In order to do so, the SIG launched a survey to identify e-portfolio practices and needs and since then organizes workshops to focus on pedagogical and technological aspects.
The Swiss Academic Moodle Community (SAMoo) was created in June 2010 to serve as a platform for Swiss Universities to exchange knowledge and best practices in didactic and technical fields related to Moodle. We will start new projects and coordinate activities together. SAMoo is organized as an informal community and aimed at e-learning support center leaders of Swiss Universities.
The SIG E-Assessment pursues several goals:
- Lobbying for e-assessment (also for national funding programs)
- Information hub between people and institutions
- Coordination between universities, pool projects in e-assessment
- Updates of e-assessment portal (focus on technical and pedagogical topics)
Open Access Group Switzerland
- Mailing List
- File Storage
Communauté de recherche et d'échanges technologiques dédié aux problématiques de corrosion et tribocorrosion
Dokumenten-Repository der WG ICT Law Gruppe
Zusammenarbeit und Dokumentation für das AAA-Projekt "Didactics and Technology for the Distributed Classroom"
The SIG Mobile Learning connects actors who innovate education and learning through the use of mobile and ubiquitous technologies in formal, non-formal and informal settings. Through this the SIG Mobile Learning increases the visibility for novel educational concepts for mobile learning and for the relevance for organizational practice. Further, the SIG activities will support the impact and the uptake of mobile learning projects on the Swiss education and training sector.
After joining the SIGN we ask new members to send a short self-introduction to the SIG's mailing list that tells something about themselves and their motivation being part of the SIG.