Yesterday a Focus Group took place at the University of Alicante organised by the International Project Management Office (OGPI), in the framework of the Erasmus+ project "Competences centres for the development of sustainable tourism and innovative financial management strategies to increase the positive impact of local tourism in Thailand and Vietnam - TOURIST".
Last week we were in University College Cork, Ireland during 21– 22/5 and University of Maribor, Slovenia during 24-25/5 for the Study Visit organised for partners from El Salvador and Guatemala in the framework of ERASMUS+ Project MEANING.
Common Good First (CGF) partners from South Africa, Scotland, Iceland, Norway and Spain met at Rhodes University, in Grahamstown South Africa, for a project consortium meeting and community engagement symposium, from May 7th to 9th.
This week, from 22nd to 24th May, the 5th Training Workshop “Incubation Services and Management of Research-based entrepreneurship” of the FREE Network Project is taking place hosted by the Universidad de El Salvador in San Salvador, El Salvador.
This week representatives from universities all over Europe met in Potsdam (Germany) for the BizMOOC consortium meeting hosted by the Hasso Plattner Institut. The main objectives of this meeting were to evaluate the BizMOOC pilot MOOCs and the common body of knowledge on MOOCs in Europe, as well as preparing the final stages of the project. UA contributed to both project outputs and is represented by OGPI senior project manager Francisco Gallego.
There were 2 events recently organised in the framework of ENHANCE project, coordinated by the University of Alicante. Both the 5th& 6th Training Workshops on “Research methodology: peer review; commercial appraisal” & “Alternative KT pathways: Work based learning; social innovation” took place on the 14-15th of March, 2018 at Thai Nguyen University, Thai Nguyen city, Vietnam. The workshops were delivered by Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU, UK).
Last week we were at University College Cork for a capacity building workshop in the framework of ERASMUS+ TAP Project. Colleagues from the Palestinian partner universities presented their intended approaches on how to transform assessment practices of first year large enrolments.