Category: European projects

BE-Digital – Alliance for Fostering Business and Education Innovation through Digital Supply Chains

Launched in July 2022, the Erasmus+ Alliances for innovation entitled “Alliances for Fostering Business and Education Innovation through Digital Supply Chain – BE-Digital” was granted by the European Education and Culture Executive Agency. During a period of 36 months, its consortium will seek at identifying the digital needs and opportunities within the Supply Chains ecosystem, READ MORE >

EDUCATE – European Hub for Digital Learning and Inclusive Adult Education Organisations

Adult education is a key tool for boosting economic as well as personal growth, and it is an indispensable means for improving the lives of disadvantaged people and reducing inequalities across the board. For the last decades, organizations in Europe are struggling with supporting adult educators in different manners. Especially improving digital literacy means proactively READ MORE >

DIGI-GASE: Development of Digital Education Competencies of Gastronomy and Culinary Arts Departments in Higher Education Institutions

Technology and digitalization are continually changing and developing, especially in the fields of military, health, agriculture, transportation, communication, and education. With the digitalization process of educational environments, many educational institutions have started to implement various activities such as distance education, seminars, and workshops. The research conducted by the JRC between 2016 and 2017 on digital READ MORE >

Including landscape in the new e-learning methodologies

Previously, on other occasions, we have defined what is considered as landscape. That is, all those visible features that we can find in a given area of land, what are its forms, and in turn, the way in which natural and artificial elements are integrated. We can differentiate between the physical elements which are the READ MORE >

ETRe: Empowering schools’ transition readiness to a distance/hybrid learning model enhanced by cloud technology tools

During the recent Covid-19 pandemic many schools were forced to rapidly transfer their entire educational process, on-line, implementing a distance learning model. The changes occurred over the course of the academic year, imposing a great time pressure for rapid changes and immediate implementation. Under time pressure, the proper digital tools had to be chosen, the READ MORE >