In a continually globalizing world, blossoming technologies enable people to communicate by a plethora of different means with ease. Indiscriminate of location, people are now able to learn a great deal of information in much shorter periods of time. To take advantage of this innovation in technology the EUCE at Georgia Tech has begun to establish Learning Networks.
The Learning Networks’ function is to facilitate conversation and research after a talk or conference has already taken place that the Center organizes. Participants from specific EUCE events will be able to log-in to Georgia Tech’s T-square website and instantly connect through chat, message board, and resource sharing features. There is a resource sharing application that allows members to share news articles and other sources with all group members to help further personal investigation into the learning network’s topic. Through this interactive network, discussion on EU centered topics can continue to evolve and be explored. The EUCE interns will help to maintain the learning networks and keep participants up to date with academic articles on the focal topic of the network.
If you participated or will participate in one of the events listed below, please log in to access your specific network.
Doctoral Consortium (Planning Session & Conference Call): “Regional Economic Integration: Researching Dimensions of EU and Transatlantic Competition and Collaboration ”
Date: August 28, 2009
Conference & Reception: BIO 2009 – Session on EU & US Strategies for Innovation in Biotechnology (with focus on bio-fuels)
Date: May 20, 2009
Roundtable Discussion: “Competition and Collaboration in the Transatlantic Aerospace Sector”
Date: May 12, 2009
Talk: “The 'Small Business Act' for Europe: Implications for Transatlantic Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs)"
Date: March 6, 2009
Executive Roundtable: “The Global Financial Crisis: Implications for Transatlantic Policy Coordination and Economic Growth”
Date: December 3, 2008