The European Foundation for Quality in eLearning (EFQUEL) is a membership organization which is based in Brussels, Belgium. It is a network with over 70 member organizations from Europe and beyond such as other networks, universities, corporations and national agencies. The purpose of the foundation is to involve actors in a European community of users and experts to share experiences on how eLearning can be used to strengthen individual, organizational, local and regional development, digital and learning literacy, and promote social cohesion.
Bircham International University is now one of the participants of EFQUEL in achieving this mission.
Bircham International University has contributed with several discussion topics to the QUALC - Quality Assurance Network for Adult Learning Centres (ALCs).
A strong feature of the QUALC approach will be its recognition of the organic links between individual, organizational and community learning. ALCs have a unique contribution to make in enabling individuals to achieve their personal development goals by identifying and exploiting all available learning opportunities – formal, nonformal and informal. Since the vast majority of what we know and can do is acquired nonformally and informally, the focus of the QUALC project is on ALC non-formal/informal facilitation and specifically on the quality of this facilitation.
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