Learning COMPASS: Open Pathways in a Sea of Learning

The decade that we have embarked upon presents enormous challenges for Europe. According to the fundamental goal of the ET 2020 WP: “Making lifelong learning and mobility a reality”, economic, technological and organizational changes impose new demands for a Europe more responsive to the labor market’s requirements. Flexible pathways have an important potential for encouraging participation in lifelong learning.

The COMPASS project aims to the Composition of Lifelong Learning (LLL) Opportunity Pathways through Standards-based Services investing on the establishment of a cohesive, strategic partnership for the long-term promotion of LLL related European strategies and the development of instruments that will raise the awareness of both learning opportunity providers and learning opportunity seekers and stimulate the design of policies for enhancing ET with alternative, flexible pathways on the basis of easy, technology-enhanced access to learning opportunities.

Conference Program

Opening and Welcome

Welcome and Registration

Carlos Delgado Kloos, UC3M

Part 1. Sketching the Landscape

Salón de Grados/Conference Hall (PT-0.B.06)

Innovation for a more human future: implications in higher education

Ainara Zubillaga, COTEC

MECD actions to promote programming, robotics and computational thinking in education

Justo Sáez, MECD

Agile methodology in education

Fabián García Pastor, EIT Digital


Moderator: Carlos Delgado Kloos, UC3M

Keynote speech: Building European learning and employment pathways: the standards approach

Cleo Sgouropulou, TEIA

Part 2. Lifelong Learning Pathways through Standards-based Services

Room 1.A.01 With snaks

COMPASS: a game changer for mobility and competences-oriented learning

Raquel M. Crespo & Jorge Frías, UC3M

Part 3. Focus groups and hands on experience

Room 1.A.01 With snaks

CLASSON online services workshop

Raquel M. Crespo & Jorge Frías, UC3M

Open discussion - forum

Raquel M. Crespo, UC3M


More Information

When: 2 July 2018

Where: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Campus Puerta de Toledo

Remember to bring your own laptop or tablet