Monthly Archives: November 2018

Problematizing, or why one should bother about your work!

By | November 30, 2018

knowledge@INL Problematizing, or why one should bother about your work! Tuesday 11 December 2018, 16.00 at the Vision Room | knowledge sharing & networking session Session chairs: Alar Ainla, Diego Colombara & Andreas Meissner About the session theme Expressing yourself and explaining why one should bother about your work is not a natural ability. Perhaps… Read More »

International Mentoring Program kicks-off with INL on Board

By | November 29, 2018

On 17 November 2018 the 2018/2019 edition of the IMFAHE International Mentoring Program  has been kicking off with an interactive videoconferencing session held at Harvard. Despite INL´s late entry in this program we still managed to arrange 5 mentors for participants from INL in the 2018/2019 edition, which are Joana Carvalho, Monisha Elumalai, Rosana Alves,… Read More »

Survey Part 3. “Preparing for Scalable Learning” – session outcomes

By | November 28, 2018

Survey: INL – The Learning Organisation Part 1. Value PropositionSurvey Question: What do you see as INL’s exact value proposition(s) so to stand out in comparison to others? Part 2. Enabling Conditions Survey Question: What are the barriers and enablers for the above conditions to come in place? Part 3. Means of getting there Question… Read More »

Survey Part 3. “Preparing for Scalable Learning” – Responses

By | November 6, 2018

Survey: INL – The Learning Organisation Part 1. Value PropositionSurvey Question: What do you see as INL’s exact value proposition(s) so to stand out in comparison to others? Part 2. Enabling Conditions Survey Question: What are the barriers and enablers for the above conditions to come in place? Part 3. Means of getting there Question… Read More »

Survey Part 2. “Enabling Conditions” – current barriers and areas with development potential

By | November 5, 2018

Survey: INL – The Learning Organisation Part 1. Value PropositionSurvey Question: What do you see as INL’s exact value proposition(s) so to stand out in comparison to others? Part 2. Enabling Conditions Survey Question: What are the barriers and enablers for the above conditions to come in place? Part 3. Means of getting there Question… Read More »

Dear [INL] Scientist: You are over-qualified and under-served!

By | November 2, 2018

Dear [INL] Scientist: Did you know that you are over-qualified and under-served? Or at least once it comes to learning. And most likely, once looking at learning beyond your scientific field. A 2012 Study (see page 11, section 5.1.6)c.) from the European Commission provides some evidence that there is little training available to R2 (Recognized)… Read More »