Fine Arts training programs and the European higher Education Area
From 10th to 14th December (2007), the ā20 Years of Erasmus Programā week will take place in our University and several activities have been planned.
Due to current situation of study plans in Europe and the implementation of the Bolonia Process, as well as to the specificities of the Art field and diversity of curricula in each school, an International Conference focused on āFine Arts Training programs and the European Higher Education Areaā has been organized for 11th-13th December (2007).
Bolonia challenge is a complex process with consequences for both students and faculty. Accordingly, this conference is devoted to bring our colleagues and alumni a better understanding of the implications of the new study plans that will be definitely established in 2008. We intend to provide a forum to discuss questions regarding new study plans, competences, teaching guides, ECTS...(among others) and to share our valuable experiences in the Art and Heritage Area.
We are now working on a preliminary program that combines a plenary with a poster session. The plenary will focus on several key issues regarding European Higher Education Area and Fine Arts training programs. Invited lectures will include Institutions (Ministry of Culture and Education, Regional Government and Erasmus Agencies...), Universities as well as Groups and Organisations in the Arts and Culture field.
The poster session (that will also include a paper the preprints book) is devoted to promote our colleagues participation and will highlight the latest educational research. It will also feature innovative teaching strategies, methodological experiences, training innovations and instutional actions to achieve convergence.
We would like to invite you to take part in our conference and encourage you to present a poster regarding the topics of the conference.
We look forward to your participation and involvement in this important and challenging conference.
Technical Comittee tratto da: http://www.bbaa.upv.es/cotad/congres/cfa2007_i.html