EDEN Executive Committee Members

Andrea Kárpáti, Head of MULTIPED Centre for Multimedia and Educational Technology, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2006 – to present

Tapio Koskinen, Senior Advisor, Lifelong Learning Institute Dipoli (TKK Dipoli), Finland, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2006 – to present

Antonio M. Teixeira, Professor of Distance Education, Universidade Aberta, Portugal, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2008 – to present

Alan Bruce, Director of Universal Learning Systems, Ireland, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2009 – to present

Deborah Arnold, Project Manager, Videoscop – Université Nancy 2, France, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2010 – to present

Ene Koitla, Head of the Estonian e-Learning Development Centre, Estonian Information Technology Foundation, Estonia, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2010 – to present

Gilly Salmon, Professor of University of Leicester, UK, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2010 – to present

Costas Tsolakidis, Professor of University of the Aegan, Rhodos, Greece, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2010 – to present

Wim Van Petegem, Director of AVNet at K.U. Leuven and Vice-Chairman & Treasurer of EuroPACE

Airina Volungeviciene, Head of Distance Study Centre, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania, Member of the EDEN Executive Committee 2010 – to present

Martine Vidal, Chargée de mission for research and development to the Rector, general director of CNED, and Chief Editor of the Journal “Distances et savoirs”, Centre National D’Enseignment a Distance, France, 2005 – 2010

Danguole Rutkauskiene, Head of the Regional Distance Education Study Centre, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, 2004 – 2010

Albert Sangrá, Director of UOC – EduLab, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain, 2003 – 2009

Ulrich Bernath, Director, Centre for Distance Education, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany, 2003 – 2009

Nikitas Kastis, Deputy Director General, Lambrakis Foundation, Greece,2001 – 2009

Claudio Dondi, Director, SCIENTER – Research and Innovation for Learning Systems, Italy, 2000-2006

Carl Holmberg, Senior Adviser to Director-General, Swedish Agency for Flexible Learning, Sweden, 2000-2006

Jan Lojda, President of Czech Association of Distance Teaching Universities, Technical University in Brno, Czech Republic, 1999-2005

Maria Jose Tavares, Rector, Universidade Aberta, Portugal, 1998-2004

Sarolta Zárda, Director, SZAMALK, Hungary, 1997-2003

Joannes van Heddegem, Executive Director, EuroPACE, Belgium, Chair of the NAP Steering Committee, 1995-2002

Richard Lewis, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Open University, UK, 1998-2002

Jean Louis Decherat, Director of Institue of Poitiers-Futuroscope, Centre National D’Enseignment a Distance, France, 1999-2001

Sergei Schennikov, Director, LINK, Russia, 1994-2000

Michel Moreau, Rector, Centre National D’Enseignment a Distance, France, 1993-1999

Ionel Chera, Science Director, CODECS, Romania, 1996-1999

Mette Ringsted, Director, Danish National Centre for Technology-Supported Learning, Denmark, 1998-1999

Armando Rocha Trindade, Rector, Universidade Aberta, Portugal, Vice-President of ICDE, 1992-1998

Sir John Daniel, Vice-Chancellor, Open University, Founder of EDEN, 1992-1998

Zophia Sokolewicz, Professor, Warsaw University, Poland, 1993-1996

Fred Nickolmann, President, SATURN, The Netherlands, 1992-1995

Bernard Loing, Rector, Centre National D’Enseignment a Distance, France, 1993-1993

An interim Executive Committee with Erling Ljosa (President) John Daniel, Tadeusz Diem, Jan Koucky, Tamas Lajos (Vice-President), Fred Nickolmann, Armando Rocha Trindade (Vice-President) and Kees Veen was functioning between 1991-1992. The first elected Executive Committee was drawn up in 1992.