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MOONLITE: MOOCs enhancing linguistic and transversal skills for social inclusion & employability

Improve university teaching for students, create new educational pathways for refugees and build entrepreneurial and language skills. An Erasmus+ project.

Specifically, the consortium aims to:
-Identify opportunities and barriers in recognizing  Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)-based learning for students and refugees
-Create institutional and cross-institutional scenarios to exploit MOOCs for credit-bearing HEI courses & future employability amongst students and refugees
-Implement a set of scenarios in partner HEIs and amongst our partnership reaching 175 learners, refugees and registered students
-Create a cost-benefit analysis tool, allowing Higher Education Institutions to calculate the impact of MOOC-provision on their triple bottom lines (financial, environmental, social)
-Run an open online course targeted at MOOC providers and refugee support groups on how to design and utilize MOOCs for refugees while make learning resources available beyond course duration
-Create a vision and recommendations, aimed at European policy makers and institutional leaders, for a more viable and strategic role of MOOCs in European HEIs.


  • Universidad National de Education a distancia, Spain (project coordinator)
  • University of Wolverhampton, UK
  • ESCP Europe business school, Berlin, Germany
  • Web2Learn, Greece
  • Linnaeus University, Sweden
  • Knowledge Innovation Centre, Malta
  • European Association of Distance Teaching Universities, The Netherlands.

Funding: Erasmus+ programme, action KA2 (Strategic partnerships in Higher Education). Granted by the Erasmus+ Spanish National Agency.

Duration: September 2016-August 2019.

Project website.