Highlight 1: Discover the future of education by learning from successful implementations of the new teaching methods in academic environment.
JOIN US FOR THIS FREE ONLINE EVENT:
Are you active in the Education sector or just interested in learning more about the benefits and practice of an inter-connected online teaching program European Entrepreneurship Micro-Minor by five European Universities, and collaborating with fellow teachers and educators across Europe?
We wish you warmly welcome to the online Webinar event of the "Exploring inter-connected education through a distributed and blended European Entrepreneurship Minor" Erasmus Portofolio Project.
WHOM: Educators, teachers, students, professors, academic staff, policy makers or anyone interested in learning more about benefits and experiences of the Inter-connected European Education in practice.
WHEN: Friday 24.11.2023 at 9:00-12:00 (CET)
WHERE: Online. Event is open webinar and participation is free of charge. Register here.
9:00-9:45 KEYNOTE 1: DESIGNING THE FUTURE OF LEARNING - EXPERIENCES FROM AALTO UNIVERSITY. Dr. Tomi Kauppinen, Head of Aalto Online Learning-Online Hybrid Lab, Aalto University
Project Track: Intermediate project results
09:45–10:15 RESULT 1: DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF DISTRIBUTED AND BLENDED MICROCOURSES ON EUROPEAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP; Dr. Alberto Tejero, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
10:15–10:45 RESULT 2: GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTING THE REMOTE PART OF THE EUROPEAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP MINOR; Dr. Alvaro Pina Stranger, Université de Rennes 1.
10:45–11:30 KEYNOTE 2: WHY WE NEED GLOBAL NETWORKS FOR SECURE AND INTEROPERABLE DIGITAL CREDENTIALS; Kathleen Clancy Senior Desk Officer Digitalisation, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
11:30–12:00 PANEL DISCUSSION by the experts.
9:00-9:45: DESIGNING THE FUTURE OF LEARNING - EXPERIENCES FROM AALTO UNIVERSITY
Dr. Tomi Kauppinen
Head, Aalto Online Learning-Online Hybrid Lab, Aalto University
Explore the Future of Education!
Join us on a journey into the future of teaching and discover firsthand experiences of implementing these exciting new methods in academic environments.
Intermediate Results by Partners
10:45-11:30: Why we need global networks for secure and interoperable digital credentials
Senior Desk Officer Digitalisation, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
Digital educational credentials are a crucial element to academic integrity as they not only allow for the verification of an individual's achievement but also establish standards that allow for data portability and improve trust and compliance between institutions and individuals.
Trust built upon academic integrity can strengthen global academic networks and ensure the academic integrity of systems. Examining digital credentials through the lens of academic integrity allows us to explore both the technical and social dimensions of digital credentialing, which will be done by examining two case studies.
Lastly, the “Digital Credentials Initiatives Monitor” visual resource to advance the implementation of interoperable credentials infrastructure will be demonstrated.
Participation is free of charge. The broadcast link will be sent the day before the event.
What is Erasmus Portfolio Project:
The PORTFOLIO project aims to provide HEIs with evidence-based knowledge and know-how concerning digital transformation, inter-connected higher education systems, and innovative learning and teaching practices via designing and implementing a distributed and blended European Entrepreneurship Minor (Distributed Minor) whose twice-iterated blended execution and testing will allow us to develop a Framework and tools for implementing innovative teaching and learning practices.
Contact us at: https://www.inter-connected-education.eu/contact