Outcome Document of 2019 Seminar on ICT Application in Higher Education for Asian and European Countries is now available.
The Centre for Higher Education Research of Southern University of Science and Technology hosted the Seminar on ICT in Higher Education Innovation for Asian Countries 2017 which provided ICT capacity training for officials, technicians, academics in four Asian countries.
Shenzhen Statement was published in June 2017, as the output document of Regional Conference on Quality Assurance of Higher Education in Asia-Pacific. It will a contribution to the Global Conference on Quality Assurance of Higher Education to be held in Paris, France, in 2018.
During June 15th-16th 2017, Regional Conference on Quality Assurance of Higher Education in Asia-Pacific was held in Shenzhen. This conference was jointly organized by the Section of Higher Education, UNESCO in Paris, UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, in collaboration with the National Commission of the People’s Republic of China for UNESCO, and hosted by ICHEI.
The International Meeting on Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education jointly organized in Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China on June 7 and 8, 2016 by the UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO, and the Shenzhen Municipal Government, and co-hosted by the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) and the UNESCO International Centre for Higher Education Innovation (ICHEI).
The Qingdao Declaration is a document that provides UN Member States with policy recommendations for harnessing the power of ICT to address current educational challenges, and to ensure equitable quality education and lifelong opportunities for all. It was the key output of the International Conference on ICT and Post-2015 Education, which took place 23–25 May 2015 in Qingdao, People’s Republic of China.
The Incheon declaration is a declaration on education adopted at the World Education Forum in Incheon, South Korea on 15 May 2015. It is the logical continuation of the Education For All (EFA) movement and the Millennium Development Goals on Education.