Our active projects
Developing Innopreneurship, Sustainability and Culture
In DISC, we intend to develop an innovative approach to introduce Sustainable Development (SD) in European universities and practically via student projects in business management and local communities.
University of Duisburg-Essen (DE)
Post Pandemic Empowerment Programme
The objective of the Post Pandemic Empowerment Programme (PROSPER) is to design, develop and implement a new training approach which empowers SME managers to reimagine their role as remote managers and ensure remote employees balance digital productivity with wellbeing and inclusion.
Die Berater (AT)
Versatile and Innovative open educational resources for collaborative Virtual and mobile learning Arrangements in HE
VIVA is a project that aims to develop elements of online digitization and collaboration to enrich traditional teaching in higher education. The idea stems from the difficulties the teaching sector has faced in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Università di Vilnius (LT)
Generators for Sustainable Development
The GSD project responds to the lack of innovative educational programs aimed at building skills in the area of sustainable development. Thus, the project uses the key concept "sustainability literacy" to provide the necessary skills upon which learning professionals can build their own innovative learning programs aimed at the topic of sustainability.
Culture InnoPreneurship - Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Digitalisation and Facilitation Competences for Culture Professionals
The CIP project aims to make cultural and educational professionals ambassadors of innovation and creativity in their local environments. To do so, CIP promotes the acquisition of entrepreneurial, digital and facilitation skills. It also promotes the development of creativity and innovation to incentivise the implementation of local projects that create solutions to social challenges.
Landkreis Kassel (DE)
PRosthetic and Orthotic specialist MOdules for Higher Education Training in Europe
In PROMOTE will create a modular learning programme to close the gap between the existing programmes in P&O, across degrees and between academic and non-academic programmes. Also, we will provide continuous training for the different prosthetic and orthotic disciplines, to train more professionals for the European market and to help them stay on top of new technologies and developments.
PFH – Private University of Applied Sciences (DE)
PEOPLE, PLACE AND STORIES
The project aims to strengthen the capacity building of "heritage communities" as a socio-cultural space for creativity, learning, participation and inclusion. The project addresses heritage professionals, citizens, facilitators, adult educators, local authorities, and the wider community, and will analyse which competences are needed for the development of "heritage communities" and will develop a training curriculum for those involved in order to increase the number and improve the quality and impact of these communities on society.
Landkreis Kassel (DE)
The project aims to develop innovative teaching and learning approaches for entrepreneurship. The purpose of PITCH is to introduce entrepreneurship, and with it a sense of initiative, creativity and innovation, as key competences in a transversal approach that can be transferred to a wide range of research fields and study areas in European higher education.
Università di Duisburg-Essen (DE)
The project aims to improve the knowledge, skills and competences of adult educators, trainers and managers by stimulating their interest in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and supporting business processes in the inclusion of SDGs in organisations. To achieve this purpose, a tailor-made Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme will be developed in a blended learning mode (residential and online) for trainers who in turn will facilitate learning, training and development within the various organisations.
Apricot Training Management (UK)
The project aims to reduce the gap between the business and academic worlds by offering university students from various backgrounds the opportunity to attain an appropriate level of knowledge of data use and analysis that they can use and apply in their personal and professional lives. Furthermore, the project intends to create a direct contact between European enterprises and potential future employees or business partners who are trained in the effective use of data.
National Research Council – Institute for Learning Technologies (IT)