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Dear Reader,

we are looking back on a year with inspiring debates, activities and experiences.
Learning Places of the Future has been a focal theme for our work in 2016. And I am happy that so many members of the ELIG community could join our Conference in Paris or were involved in other activities such as the Classroom of the Future at the Frankfurt Bookfair in the past months. To capture key ideas of this debate, we have started a documentary project. I invite you to explore the films and links below. For their work on these films I want in particular to thank Corinna von Bodisco and Rene Dettmann.
In the name of the entire ELIG team, I wish you and your families a peaceful, happy Christmas and Holiday time and a great start into the year 2017.

Elmar Husmann, ELIG Secretary General


Where will we learn?
Learning can take place outside of traditional classrooms. In 3d places, museums, libraries and in the city itself. We discuss with the Dokk1 Mediaspace Aarhus, Europe's leading Library of the Future, the innovative case of School as a Service in Espoo, Finland, with architects and designers.
With an introduction by Jens Nymand Christensen, Deputy Director General Education & Culture, European Commission
> YouTube

How will we learn?
We visit Ecole 42 in Paris and discuss with co-founder Nicolas Sadirac. A tuition free coding university. No classrooms, no teachers. Learning by projects and peer-to-peer evaluation. A radical education model that attracts over 17.000 student applications per year.
> YouTube

Combining digital & physical learning
In this documentation we take a look at new campus projects, virtual learning environments and how to combine digital and on-site learning. From France's leading science campus UPMC into the virtual labs of Danish start-up Labster. To blended learning for refugees with Kiron University.
> YouTube

From digital to analogue.
The Classroom of the Future.

Impressions from the Classroom of the Future at the Frankfurt Bookfair.
> YouTube
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ELIG Book Series: Advances in Digi-
tal Education and Lifelong Learning

Volume 2 – Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Education
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