An Official Welcoming from the President
Allow me to have the pleasure of welcoming each and every single one of you curious viewers to the official website for The European Council for Distance Learning. It pleases me to know that you have decided to take time out of your busy schedule to come see what the EUCDL is all about. On this website you will get to have a better understanding of the council and how our goal to centralize European Distance Schools will be fulfilled by officially setting minimum standards for the schools and the students who attend them. I truly believe that this website can be made into a fine addition towards the overall improvement of quality towards the EUCDL simply by becoming part of both social media as well as the median connection between the potential students and the administrators and teachers who are part of the EUCDL family. Our aim is to make sure that these students:
- Gain a better understanding of EUCDL
- Learn ways in which they can pick and choose the right school for their needs
- Understand the registration process for private and non-profit associations
- Have their own network hub devoted towards EUCDL
Learning to Grow
The EUCDL is always expanding itself. There are plenty of changes to be made, and more often than not there tends to be various measures in which the schools, and the council itself, can be improved upon. We seek ways in which to improve ourselves through you, the students. As a member you’ll have access to a ton of information about the current ways in which the EUCDL system is run, but there is always room for necessary changes. We believe in the right to speak out when there is something wrong, and so it is up to you and your fellow students to actively participate and provide feedback on the quality of the work given. Should you not be satisfied with any of the measures in which the schools and/or the council functions as a whole, then we can have ourselves a starting point from which to spring off of and create future improvements. It might take some time, and many voices may have to answer the call, but eventually there will be changes made that better reflect the preferences of our members.
A Solemn Vow
As EUCDL president, it is my duty to make sure that the EUCDL is run properly and is managed by a highly motivated, highly professional group of members who are seeking the betterment of their profession. I vow to not rest, and to not settle for anything less than the best. Being the president can be a lot of responsibility, and sometimes the work can be overbearing at times. Luckily I have a tight knit group willing to help me out, but it’s still not enough. I need your help as well. Join me in making EUCDL better than it has ever been before. Thank you!