Erasmus Going Digital
Aula Magna, Universitat de Barcelona, Edifici Històric, Barcelona
Event co-organized by the European University Foundation (EUF), who leads the initiative, the UB and the ACUP.
The Erasmus Going Digital event will focus on illustrating the impact of Erasmus Without Paper, the Erasmus+ App as well as the Online Learning Agreement on the Erasmus+ mobility. It will feature plenary as well as practical sessions about the digitisation of student mobility in the 21st century.
During the event, we will present a live demo of the digital tools and introduce the Erasmus+ App, discuss the Erasmus Without Paper network and also present an online version of the traditional Learning Agreement, from the students' perspective, as well as the perspective of the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).
Participants are warmly invited to get acquainted with the tools beforehand — all tools for students are freely available and so are the platforms for Higher Education Institutions. During the plenary sessions, participants will be able to get to know the tools and understand how they can be used by HEIs. It is also an excellent opportunity to receive answers to your questions!
The programme will be as follows:
18th of October 2018 (9.00 - 17.30h)
Why and how is Erasmus going digital?
Policy context, research findings and flagship initiative
The overall context - Erasmus Without Paper (EWP)
Proof of the concept and use cases
Presentation of the Online Learning Agreement (OLA)
Project results — satisfaction rates and efficiency gains
Presentation of the Erasmus+ App
Rationale, use cases and future plans
The Erasmus Dashboard and joining the EWP network
Demo of the tool and conditions for participating in the EWP testing
Anticipating and managing change
Shared experiences from universities that integrated the tools in their workflows
Tips and tricks on going digital
Testing the tools and Q&A
Closing of the meeting
Future development perspectives
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