ePrep is now involved in the development of the SILLAGES initiative
2010 ePrep International Thematic Seminar
Palais du Luxembourg, Paris, seat of the French Senate
Palais du Luxembourg, Paris, November 17, 2010
Under the aegis of Senator Marc Daunis
On the theme : "Sustainable Education "
With the support of Conférence des grandes écoles (CGE), of CNED, of INRIA, and of Le Monde
Including the official launch of SILLAGES initiative (resources for enhancing social and international access to the "grandes écoles") jointly developed by Ecole Polytechnique / ParisTech, ESSEC and ePrep
Address of Pierre TAPIE, President of CGE,
on the theme "Sustainable Education"
(Video 11 min - in French)
The theme Sustainable Education gathers several concepts. A Sustainable Education organisation offers :
an international and a social open access for all,
an exemplary way of operating, especially in term of information and communication technlologies for education (ICTE),
a support to students when they are in the organisation or after they have left it.
This 9th ePrep event, which brought together 89 participants of 8 countries (Cambodia, Canada, Côte d'Ivoire, France, Lebanon, Senegal, Switzerland, Tunisia), was the opportunity to think about and to illustrate these concepts.
This seminar was also the occasion to officially launch the SILLAGES initiative - resources for enhancing social and international access to the "granes écoles" - which results of the development, under the guidance of Ecole polytechnique / ParisTech, ESSEC and ePrep, of two projects which have been developed in their exploratory phase by ePrep since October 2006 :
The use of ICTs for a Sustainable Education in Cambodia (pdf - 4,5 MB) H. E. Sackona PHOEURNG, Secretary of State for Education, Youth and Sports, and President of the Administration Board of ITC (Cambodia)
The SILLAGES initiative: round table for social openness aspects (pdf - 889 kB)
moderated by Jean-Pierre CHOULET, Director of Pôle des systèmes d’information, ESSEC Group
including the contributions of Gérard CLAES, President of the Scientific Committee, Omeric Damien DECOUT, Head of C2i at Université de Savoie Didier OILLO, Director of the Pedagogical Innovation and of the Knowledge Economics, AUF Christine VANOIRBEEK, Director of MEDIA Research Group, EPFL, Switzerland Monique VINDEVOGHEL, General Secretary, UNISCIEL
The SILLAGES initiative: round table for international openess aspects (pdf - 664 kB)
moderated by Roland SENEOR, Representative of Ecole polytechnique / ParisTech
including the contributions of Marwan BROUCHE, CPGE teacher in Physics, ESIB (Lebanon) Hichem CHAABANE, CPGE teacher in Physics, EPAM, Sousse (Tunisia) Alphonse GUEI, Deputy General Director, INP-HB (Côte d'Ivoire) Richard HOTTE, Director of LICEF, TÉLUQ (Canada) Mohamadou Arabani SAIBOU, General Director, ESMT Dakar (Senegal)