- Tilman Dörr, German Rectors' Conference/MODUS
- Joachim Gümüş Kallevig as representative of Dag Hovdhaugen, Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT), Norwegian ENIC-NARIC
- Jenneke Lokhoff, Dutch Organisation for Internationalisation in Education (NUFFIC)/ ENIC-NARIC Networks
- Nathanaël Poli, Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) at the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)
The use of digital technologies is playing an increasingly important role in establishing and improving transparent and fair recognition procedures in the European Higher Education Area. In the field of student mobility in particular, the design of digital processes facilitated by databases and the digital exchange of student data is technically advanced and furthermore politically supported. Reflecting on these developments, the roundtable will attempt to take stock of the current state and persisting challenges in the digitalisation of recognition as well as whether and how digital learning and micro-credentials can play a crucial role in this field.
Project manager, Head of Project MODUS, German Rector's Conference
Prior to his engagement at HRK, he was adviser for internationalisation at RWTH Aachen University and, amongst others, head of the Department for European Education Programmes at the University of Marburg. He studied political science and economics in Berlin, Prague and Marburg with a focus on European integration and has manifold experiences with European projects in higher education.
Director Department of Foreign Education, Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT), Norwegian ENIC-NARIC
Dag Hovdhaugen is Director of the Department of Foreign Education and has been with the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT) for almost two years. He is head of the Norwegian ENIC-NARIC and has responsibility for the Norwegian participation in the ENIC-NARIC Networks and NOKUT´s international projects. NOKUT has for several years had a strong focus on digitalization. Dag Hovdhaugen holds a master’s degree from Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dutch Organisation for Internationalisation in Education (NUFFIC)/ ENIC-NARIC Networks
Jenneke Lokhoff is elected President of the ENIC-NARIC Networks and senior policy officer at Nuffic, the Dutch ENIC-NARIC. Over the last decade she has lead European projects of which many are focussed on streamlining recognition practices under the Lisbon Recognition Convention. Examples are the development of the EAR (HEI) manual and the Standards & Guidelines for the ENIC-NARIC Networks. Ms Lokhoff holds a MA degree from the University of Amsterdam and a MA from the Central European University.
Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) at the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)
Nathanaël Poli has been with the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) since 2017. As CICIC’s Digital Communications Officer, Nathanaël oversees the maintenance of CICIC’s information systems and their accuracy. He also participates in various international projects relating to academic recognition and student mobility falling under the responsibility of the ENIC-NARIC Networks and their co-secretariats. Nathanaël currently chairs the ENIC-NARIC’s Electronic Communication for Recognition Working Group (also known as ELCORE).