Groningen Declaration Network Newsletter, Vol. II/v, Dec 2017  
Ushering in the Age of Opportunity
Ushering in the Age of Opportunity
Developments from the GDN Board of Directors
Opportunities abound as we usher in 2018! Learn more about the Groningen Declaration Network's Annual Meeting Registration, Call for Proposals, and GDN's Annual Fee System to establish firm financial footing as we move forward.
Intro from the Board
 
Paris 2018
GDN Annual Meeting 2018: Paris!
Join us at Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 18-20 April 2018
Registration and Call for Proposals are now open for the Groningen Declaration Network's Annual Meeting. Registration fees have been held at 2017 rates for the 2018 event. We hope you'll join us for another memorable meeting!
Prepare for Paris
 
Executive Summary of 2017 Annual Meeting
Executive Summary of the 2017 Annual Meeting
A comprehensive report of two productive days in Melbourne
GDN places great importance on broad accessibility of the content discussed at its Annual Meeting, with the intention to involve and mobilize the Digital Student Data Ecosystem that the GDN has been nurturing for the past few years.
Sixth Annual Meeting, in Summary
 
Making Waves Globally
Making Waves Globally
Promoting the ideals of the Groningen Declaration Network
GDN signatories -- and those within their spheres of influence -- continue to substantiate their commitment to the goal: Citizens worldwide should be able to consult and share their authentic educational data with whomever they want, whenever they want, wherever.
Making waves globally
 
Building Momentum for GDN Ideals
Building Momentum for GDN Ideals
Inspiration from different sectors and industries
GDN is a convening force that sparks innovation by motivating participants to seize the potential for multi-disciplinary collaboration, and thus support global human capital mobility to nourish life-long learning. It's an idea whose time has come.
Building global momentum
 
Blockchain in Education: 5 Sep 2017 in Groningen
Blockchain in Education Conference
Thought leaders, innovators, and policy makers met in Groningen
The Groningen Declaration Network was well-represented at this inaugural event (held in Sep) discussing the hyper-connected future of education -- culminating in the launch of an initiative for the first Blockchain in Education Field Lab.
Learn more about BCinED
Erasmus without Paper 2.0 approved
"Erasmus without Paper 2.0" Approved
One additional key deliverable: The EWP Hub
A follow-up initiative to Erasmus without Paper (EWP) has been approved for funding by the European Commission. The initiative was submitted under Erasmus+, KA3, and Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects, and will run for two years.
The next phase of EWP
 
Happy 10th Anniversary, RS3G!
RS3G Celebrates its 10th Anniversary
Simone Ravaioli initiated RS3G, one of the "godfathers" of GDN
In November 2007, 40 participants from 30 countries attended the workshop Defining electronic standards and procedures for the exchange of student curriculum data between Higher Education Institutions. And the rest is history. (RS3G lives on in EUNIS.)
Looking back; leaning forward
 
 


The stichting (Foundation) Groningen Declartion Network (GDN) was established as an International Public Benefit Foundation under Dutch private law on 20 December 2016. The foundation GDN is incorporated and registered with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under Business Registration Number 67518613 and RSIN Number 857045283 (RSIN is the legal entities and joint cooperation ventures information number). The Foundation's Office is located at Nolenslaan 13, 9722 NK Groningen, The Netherlands.