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Projects, practices, showcases
Piloting of a brand new online business Portuguese language course
The EMPORT project is focusing on the improvement of employability and enhancing the competitiveness of companies, by means of language and cultural competences acquisition in Portuguese language and culture.
ProM Final Seminar: Registration Open
The ProM project’s Final Seminar (9-10 October 2014 in Sèvres, France) is open to mobility managers at HE and VET institutions, teachers and trainers. Register now to learn about a unique self-assessment tool for mobility and get to know the self-training online platform developed to train individuals involved in mobility management. The seminar offers presentations and workshops alike, and will be available in French and in English. Selected participation costs may be covered for a limited number of participants. Read the details by clicking here.
Training with ICTs: Social care related project’s “CARER+ news”
The fifth edition of the CARER+ news brings you highlights related to how ICTs support vocational education of social care workers. The newsletter includes articles about how its competence development framework has been translated in actual training and many more news, read it online here.
Join the VM-Pass Living Lab
The VM-Pass consortium has set out to get forward-thinking universities and providers of open learning on board for a Living Lab activity. In 2014 – September 2015 it tests and develops tools to make the recognition of open learning and virtual mobility easier within higher education. Past seminars and webinars found interested members for the Living Lab, but if you missed these opportunities, you can look at their presentations and join by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
eLene2learn 6th Newsletter – Final Activities
The eLene2learn project provides a set of practical recommendations to teachers, tutors and learners in the secondary, higher and adult education sectors on the use of ICT and digital media to support the development of learning to learn competencies. After almost 3 years of hard work – including the production of the ‘How to’ guide and an ever-growing collection of case studies – the consortium is now ready to share their lessons learnt. In this last edition of the project newsletter we highlight the final results, achievements and events.
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