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List of publications

András SZŰCS  – International education policy, open, distance and e-Learning field

Books

1.Ulrich Bernath, András Szűcs, Alan Tait, Martine Vidal (editors):Distance and E-learning in Transition – Learning innovation, technology and social challenges
Wiley - Hermes, 2009
 
2. Szűcs András, Zarka Dénes:
Methodology Development in  Distance Learning (HU)
National Institute of Adult Learning, Hungary, Budapest, 2006

 

Chapters in books

1. Szűcs András, Zarka Dénes Learning theories supporting electronic learning (HU) in: Dr Benedek András (ed):
Digital Pedagogy p. 49-63, Typotex, Budapest, 2008

 

2. András Szűcs: Value chains in transition – Notes about contemporary e-learning in: Dr András Benedek (ed).New Trends in Teacher Training Proceedings of the Conference
Institute of Applied Psychology and Pedagogy, Budapest, 2007

 

3. Claudio Dondi, András Szűcs, Erwin Wagner: European E-learning from Supranational Perspectives in: Ulrich Dittler, Helge Kahler, Michael Kindt, Christine Schwarz (Eds): E-learning in Europe Learning in Europe How have new media contributed to the development of higher education?
p. 295 –315 Medien in der Wissenschaft, Volume 35. Waxmann Verlag Münster / New York / München / Berlin 2005
 
4. András Szűcs: Transnational education –an overrated phenomenon? in: Bernd Waechter (ed): Higher Education in a Changing Environment –Internationalisation of Higher Education Policy in Europe
p. 89 –100, ACA Papers on International Cooperation in Education, Lemmens Verlags & Mediengesellschaft, Bonn, 2004
 
5. András Szűcs: Expectations, Opportunities, Achievements, Realities: ICTs, e-Learning and ODL at Universirties in Hungary, with a Look at Central and Eastern Europe in: Marijk van der Vende, Maarten van de Ven (eds): The Use of ICT in Higher Education - A Mirror of Europe
p. 181 –204 Lemma Publishers - Utrecht –2003
 
6. Tamás Lajos, Valerio Grementieri, and András Szűcs: ODL networking in Europe and the experience of the East-West co-operation in: Armando Rocha Trindade (ed): New Learning
p. 340-379 Universidade Aberta, Lisbon, 2000
 
7. Erwin Wagner, Christel Claeys, Claudio Dondi, Georges van der Perre, András Szűcs: Research into Open and Distance Learning in: Armando Rocha Trindade (ed): New Learning
p. 21-46 Universidade Aberta, Lisbon, 2000
 
8. András Szűcs and Janet Jenkins: Distance Education in Central and Eastern Europe in: Keith Harry (ed): Higher Education through Open and Distance Learning
p. 227-243, Routledge, London and New York –The Commonwealth of Learning, 1999
 
9. Tamás Lajos and András Szűcs: A region in transition –Eastern Europe and the need for change  in: The Open Forum –Your Gateway to Open and Distance Learning,
p. 106-109 Edition XII Limited, London, 1997

Articles in journals

1. Andras Szűcs, Claudio Dondi and Claudio Delrio: New Horizons for Higher Education through e-learning in: ICT and lifelong learning for a creative and innovative Europe
E-Learning Papers No. 14, elearningpapers.eu, elearningeuropa.info, 2009
 
1. András Szűcs: A snapshot of new EU member countries, Distance education and e-learning
LlinE –Lifelong Learning in Europe, Vol IX., issue 1.  1/2005 p. 37-42
 
2. Szűcs András: Position and perspectives of electronic distance learning (HU)
Educatio (Budapest), 2003/3, p. 377-388, 2004
 
3. Szűcs András, Papp Lajos: E-learning: Following good start –steady development ahead
Adult Learning (Budapest) Vol II. No. 2. p. 35-43, 2004
 
4. András Szűcs: Convergence, Complementarity and Critical Mass
Education, Communication and Information Vol 1., No. 3., p. 364-368, 2001
 
5. Tamás Lajos and András Szűcs: Universities, the Information Technology Challenge and Open and Distance Learning in Central and Eastern Europe
Higher Education in Europe, Vol. XXIII, No. 2, p. 177-185, 1998
 
6. Tamás Lajos and András Szűcs: Higher Education Reform and Western Assistance in Hungary: the TEMPUS Experience
Higher Education in Europe, Vol. XXI, No. 2-3, p. 56-66, 1996
 
7. András Szűcs: TEMPUS and Engineering Education in Hungary
European Journal of Engineering Education Vol. 18, No. 1, p. 105-107, 1993

Publications in conference proceedings

1. Szűcs András: e-learning: International trends and experience (HU)
Jubilee Scientific Conference, Széchenyi István University, Gyõr
Conference Proceedings, p. 376-382
Gyõr, 3 November, 2004
 
2. András Szűcs: International networking as resource: opportunities, achievements and realities. - Experience and perspectives of professional networks in development of distance and eLearning in Europe
Lifelong Learning in a Networked World
21st ICDE World Conference on Open Learning and Distance Education
International Council for Open and Distance Education
Book of Abstracts p. 68 and electronically: Conference CD, Hong Kong, 18-21 February, 2004
 
3. Éva Szalma, Lajos Papp, András Szűcs: New Perspective in Open and Distance Learning Fostered by the Institutional Initiation of Adult
Education
in: Ingeborg Boe and András Szűcs (eds): New Challenges And Partnerships In An Enlarged European Union, Open, Distance and e-Learning in Support of Modernisation, Capacity Building and Regional Development
Procedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the European Distance Education Network (EDEN)
Budapest 16-19 June 2004
 
4. Zsuzsanna Lengyel and András Szűcs: How to Build up a European ODL Network
in Erwin Wagner and András Szűcs (ed) Research and Policy in Open and Distance Learning
Research Workshop Book, The Second Research Workshop of the European Distance Education Network (EDEN) p. 173-176, Hildesheim, Germany, 21-23 March, 2002
 
5. Janet Jenkins, András Szűcs: Open Learning for an Open Society - Some Dilemmas for Distance Education
in: András Szűcs and Anna Wagner (eds): Universities in a Digital Era –Transformation, Innovation and Tradition –Roles and Perspectives of Open and Distance Learning
Procedings of the Seventh Annual Conference of the European Distance Education Network (EDEN)
p. 27-29, University of Bologna, Bologna, 1998
 
6. András Szűcs: Information technology  challenge, universities and open and distance learning in Europe - Survey of ODL policy after the European Distance Education Network 1998 Conference:  Universities in the digital age
in: M. Auer, U. Ressler (eds): Proceedings of the Workshop “ICL 98”p. 79-86, Interactive Computer aided Learning Concepts and Applications, Carinthian Institute of Technology, Villach, Austria, 8-9 October, 1998
 
7. Szűcs András, Méray László, Fábricz Károly, Johan van Heddegem: Distance Education in Hungary (HU)
Closing conference of the Phare programme: “Education serving the needs of economy”Conference Book p. 87-94, 1998 június 12-13, Siófok, Phare Programme HU-94.05 1998, Published by the Hungarian Ministry of Education, Phare Programme Management Unit, Budapest, 1998
 
8. András Szűcs: Political Concerns in Distance Education: An Eastern European View and the Hungarian Experience
in: Adrian Kirkwood, Paul Lefevre and Kerry Mann (eds): Proceedings of the European Distance Education Network (EDEN) Conference p. 34-38, Berlin, Germany, 10-12 May 1993

Research reports

1. András Szűcs (with co-authors): in: C. Delrio and C. Dondi (eds): Understanding Change, Adapting to Change, Shaping the Future
Change drivers, trends and core tensions for European learning systems and educational policies
LEONIE Learning in Europe: Observatory on National and International Evolution
Scienter, Bologna, 2005
 
2. András Szűcs, Lajos Papp, Dénes Zarka, Gábor Román: L-Change – European Observatory on IST related change in learning systems
Country Report 2001, Hungary
MENON Multimedia Education Innovation Network, Brussels, 2002
 
3. András Szűcs, Pál Vásárhelyi and Nick Farnes: Higher Education Open and Distance Learning Knowledge Base for Decision Makers
Study prepared by the European Distance Education Network (EDEN) for UNESCO, Information Society Division
Contract No. 402.063.1 - Budapest, December, 2001
On the web: http://www.unesco.org/education/studyingabroad/highlights/odl_kb/odlkb_studies.shtml
 
4. Szűcs András: Studies on open vocational training –Summary of the international experience (HU)
Publications of the Distance Learning Centre of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics vol. 4 p. 7-16
Series editor:: Papp Lajos
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, 1999
 
5. Fritsch Helmut, Jenkins Janet, Palank Franz, Fábricz Károly, Halász Gábor, Méray László, Szűcs András: Development of Distance Education in Hungary
Phare Programme HU-94.05 1998 “Education serving the needs of economy”
Final Study, Published by the Hungarian Ministry of Education, Phare Programme Management Unit
Budapest, 1998
 
6. Tamás Lajos, Jacques Vauthier and András Szűcs: The use of advanced technologies in Eastern-Central Europe in distance education
A publication of the Joint Task Force for Central and Eastern Europe of EDEN (European Distance Education Network) and EADTU (European Association of Distance Teaching Universities), EDEN –EADTU, Milton Keynes –Heerlen –Budapest, 1996, http://www.ntt.hu/doc/t_role.htm
 
7. Lajos Tamás, Szűcs András: The situation and development perspectives of distance education in Hungary (HU)
Publications of the Hungarian National Council for Distance Education, Budapest, 1993

Dénes ZARKA

Book

Szűcs András, Zarka Dénes
 
Methodology Development in Distance Learning (HU)
National Institute of Adult Learning, Hungary, Budapest, 2006

Chapters in books

1. Zarka Dénes
 
Studies on open vocational training 2. Extracts from the methodolgy of open vocational training (HU)
Publications of the Distance Learning Centre of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics vol. 2 p. 7-16, Series editor:: Papp Lajos, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, 1999
 
2. Lajos Tamás-Zarka Dénes
 
Recommendations for development and arrangement of open vocational trainings
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, 1999

Research reports

1.András Szűcs, Lajos Papp, Dénes Zarka, Gábor Román

L-Change –European Observatory on IST related change in learning systems
Country Report 2001, Hungary
MENON –Multimedia Education Innovation Network,
Brussels, 2002

 

2.Dénes Zarka (with co authors) Ed. Morten Flate Paulsen

Provision of e-learning in the European Union.
NKI Publishing House, Bekkestua, 2007

 

3.Dénes Zarka (with co authors) Ed. Morten Flate Paulsen

Megaproviders of e-learning in Europe.
NKI Publishing House, Bekkestua, 2007

 

4.Dénes Zarka (with co authors) Ed. Morten Flate Paulsen

Analyses of European megaproviders of e-learning.
NKI Publishing House, Bekkestua, 2007

 

5.Dénes Zarka (with co authors) Ed. Morten Flate Paulsen

Trends and charactersitics of e-learning initiatives, which did not reach targeted goals.
NKI Publishing House, Bekkestua, 2007

 

6.Dénes Zarka (with contributors)

Good practices and methodologies for HEI using ICT in the different fields of LLL – Report.
HEXTLEARN: Higher Education Exploring ICT use for Lifelong Learning

Publication of the Centre of Learning Innovation and Adult Learning, Budapest, 2010


Krisztina FEHER

Publications in conference proceedings

1. András Szűcs, Krisztina Feher

Metodological Innovation and International Cooperation in Adult Learning Offered in Higher Education
National and International Lifelong Learning Conference, University of Pécs, Pécs

Conference Proceedings, p. 170-178

Pécs, 29-30 April, 2010

 

2. András Szűcs, Krisztina Feher

UNILO - Promoting EQF Learning Outcomes Approach within European Universities
User Generated Content Assessment in Learning Research Workshop

Conference Proceedings, addendum

Budapest, 25-27 October, 2010

Research reports

1. Dénes Zarka, Krisztina Feher

Good practices and methodologies for HEI using ICT in the different fields of LLL – Report.
HEXTLEARN: Higher Education Exploring ICT use for Lifelong Learning

Publication of the Centre of Learning Innovation and Adult Learning, Budapest, 2010