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DUNES philosophy and vision

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  Vision
The following quotations from the project's proposal to the EC summarize in a most representative fashion our vision as embedded in DUNES:


"...The development of a broad knowledge base, namely the ability to grasp the meaning of things, to comprehend and to make judgements, is the first factor in adapting to economic and labor market change. [...] The acquisition of knowledge and skills should go hand in hand with building up character, broadening outlook and accepting one's responsibility in society". (Quoted in the proposal from EU's "White Paper on Education and Training", 1995). ... "[This] will be the most important result of the [implementation] of DUNES. This is the broad knowledge that discussion and argumentation can generate, in the framework of a dynamically interacting group of participants trying to convince, negotiate, reach consensus."


"Besides its direct contribution as a learning tool, DUNES has clear implications for the unfolding of a healthy discussion culture, and favors a widespread dissemination of pluralism and tolerance principles."


"DUNES intends to set up collaboration frameworks with industrial users by running focus groups with representatives of industrial players [...] in order to complement the scope of DUNES. [This will enable] a mutual awareness of DUNES and the main avenues of thought and action in the industry, warrant consistency of the developments in DUNES with state-of-the-art art and the highest quality standards, and [ensure] that user requirements in the field of e-learning [...] are adequately met."


 

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