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Service contract awarded by the Hellenic Mediterranean University

Web2Learn is happy to announce the award of a service contract (client: Hellenic Mediterranean University) from May to December 2022.

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Web2Learn participates in European hackathon for humanitarian aid

Web2Learn is happy to join forces with open innovation teams around Europe participating to the hackathon EUSpace4Ukraine. View more…

June 10 webinar on crowd- and institution- led initiatives for ukrainian cultural heritage

The INOS project successfully organised a webinar on “Cultural heritage threats and the role of citizen engagement inside and outside universities”, on June 10. Slides and recording now ready.

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Webinar Digital Action: scope, methodology, tools and practices” held on June 2

What an inspiring event discussing about digital action at one of #HEIDI webinars! View more…

Resilience and action-taking: a vision of crowd initiatives for cultural heritage preservation in an armed conflict 

A position paper
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Citizen enhanced open science in cultural heritage: Insights into Higher Education practices
ENVISIONAlliances: Entrepreneurial Vision Alliances between Higher Education and Industry

ENVISIONAlliances is a 2022-2025 project at the crossroads of higher education,  curriculum development, business and innovation. It is funded under the Erasmus+ programme, action Alliances for Innovation.

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Open access repository of Web2Learn resources

Web2Learn gladly presents the open access online repository of courses:  https://web2learn.github.io/onlinecourses/

Thank you Ania Skowron for content migration and technical adjustements!

New project of university staff upskilling for Haiti

A new project of university staff upskilling starts in June 2022. Funded by the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie,  Directorate Caribbean, this project will be beneficial to staff at the University Quisqueya (Haïti). Digital and pedagogical innovation in teacher training is the theme of this online training suite. View more…

Forthcoming special issue “digital activism and implications for education”

A special issue at the open access peer-reviewed journal Distances et  Médiations des Savoirs  on “digital activism and implications for education” has been accepted by the Editorial Board of the journal. Anthippi Potolia and Katerina Zourou are the Editors of this exciting special issue! Stay tuned for full call in two languages (FR/EN) in coming days. View more…