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2022-2025: Bringing Excellence to Transformative Socially Engaged Research in Life Sciences through Integrated Digital Centers

BETTER Life will establish a European Digital Centre of Excellence for fostering Socially Engaged Research (SER) in Life Sciences, as well as seven regional centres operating in their surrounding ecosystems.This inter-institutional support structure addresses the lack of collaboration between early career researchers and the non-academic sectors by designing tools, standards, and framework conditions under the umbrella of the EU centre and implementing these solutions in the regional ecosystems. The project aims to support the development of inter-institutional capacities by establishing an EU BETTER Life coordination centre that will generate transferable tools and standards. At an intra-institutional level, the project creates local centres guided by a framework to follow the regional customization implementation. At an individual level, the regional centres develop capacities by training early career researchers and establishing a community of practice in each surrounding ecosystem. For that purpose, the centre is based on the quadruple helix model of innovation, where the interaction of academic, research, industry, government, and society generate mutually beneficial partnerships.

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2021-2023: Responsible Innovation-Led Entrepreneurial University Transformation Centres (Ecosystem Integration Labs)

The overall joint vision of RiEcoLab for 2030 is to develop a novel way of performing research and development in universities to ensure immediate commercialisation (spin-offs) and involvement of a large number of internal stakeholders (academic and non-academic staff, as well as students). The new operational framework will be introduced via Ecosystem Integration Labs (EILs), which will be developed and implemented by each participating university (by relying on existing infrastructures, such as research support offices and technology transfer offices). This project has received funding from the European Union’s – EIT Programme (European Institute of Technology). Find out more: https://riecolab.eu/

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2022-2023: A Connective, Inclusive and Smart Digital Competence Building Framework

The overall objective of CISCOFY is to boost the digital readiness, resilience and competences of university lecturers (primary and adult/youth trainers secondary) towards upscaling online education on three main pillars: digital transformation through the development of digital readiness, resilience and capacity, building skills to foster inclusion and representation in digital education and promote and rewarding excellence in teaching and skills development. CISCO-supported certificates will be offered. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme, Project No 2021-1-ES01-KA220-HED-000022911.

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2022-2024: Massive Open Online Week for Collaborative Digital Education

MOOW CODE is a forward-looking and impact-oriented project that aims to develop and promote MOOW (Massive Open Online Week, pronounced as “move”), a multifaceted, synergistic format of digital learning and co-creation in higher education. The ambition of the project is to kick-start a strong MOOW movement across Europe by providing all required methods and instruments for MOOW planning, organisation, and implementation. MOOW is a promising new format and concept that builds on the strengths of traditional MOOCs, the university Entrepreneurial Weeks and online idea-stage accelerators and bootcamps. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme.

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This New European Bauhaus related project aims to showcase the roles of foreign people, especially Ukrainian people but also citizens from countries with historical intersectionality’s with Romania, in the development of the city of Timisoara, to raise awareness about the influence other’s have had in the city and how they have contributed to make the city what it is today, while supporting women refuges to re-connect and start building community. This will help break stereotypes and increase a sense of sibling- countries and a shared sense of community among Romanian people and immigrants.

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2022-2023: Alliance for Responsible and Impactful Investment in Eastern Europe

The objective of ARIEES are to help universities (and potentially adult training centres) to improve 1) their entrepreneurship courses by infusing impact investment know-how and 2) to upgrade the digital competences of lecturers/trainers to ensure that the impact investment knowledge can be properly infused into the learners while 3) certifying competences and boosting the quality of entrepreneurship trainers. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme.

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2022-2023: Digital Youth Training on Creative & Cultural Digital Entrepreneurship

DIYouth aims to develop a transnational (non-formal education) youth worker training programme containing: a youth worker training toolkit on CCDE with YOUTHPASS, DigComp and EntreComp certification options (Result 1); a train the trainers toolkit (based on ETS, with EntreComp and DigCompEdu certification options) enabling youth workers to improve the quality and effectiveness of their digital & entrepreneurial training capability (Result 2); a CCDE Digital Acceleration platform. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme.

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2022-2024: An Entrepreneurial Youth Worker Training Programme on Sustainable & Circular Urban Food Enterprising

entreYOUTH aims to develop a transnational non-formal education entrepreneurial youth worker training programme. The programme will contain: a digital education curriculum (on sustainable & circular urban food entrepreneurship based on four competence units at EQF level 5; a digital train the trainers toolkit (based on the ETS, EntreComp and DigComp frameworks); a digital open community food sharing platform that youth and society can utilise to serve alternative food networks while it can also provide an open market for social entrepreneurs; and lastly, a series of digital community training events based on UNICEF’s youth entrepreneurial training model – UPSHIFT. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme.

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2022-2024: Fostering organisational resilience and adaptive management in enterprises

The FENIX project aims to contribute to fostering the resilience of European enterprises and their workers, through the development of an innovative gamified training experience, a guideline to support the implementation of systemic Resilience practices within enterprises and an online crash course on Adaptative Management. These results will be built upon the Organizational Resilience and Adaptive Management (ORAM) Framework and will be enriched by a booklet developed to foment XXI century pedagogical approaches to training. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme.

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2022-2024: Spot-on youth for a democratic, informed and more crisis responsive EU society

superYOUTH aims to develop a transnational youth worker training programme on better training youth to debunk disinformation, misinformation and malinformtion (DMM) / fake news. The programme will contain: a non-formal curriculum (on DMM competence units at EQF level 5 – equivalent for non-formal education)) for youth learners; a train the trainers toolkit (based on the DigComp framework) that will enable youth workers to improve the quality and effectiveness of their teaching (Result 2); an open access platform for young people where they can report fake news and ask for advice (moderated by experts) (result 3); and lastly, a series of citizen training events (that youth workers will utilise to pilot Results 1,2,3) based on UNESCO’s fake news training toolkit (which will be extended with a behavioural element to fight youth’s pre-existing biases formed through DMM exposure. Additionally, superYOUTH will facilitate certification according to YOUTHPASS (for youth participants) and DigComp (for youth workers).

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2021-2022: Pan-EU network of digital education passport centres in higher education

EU-TeachPaaS will boost the digital readiness of universities (holistically) towards online education, while connecting universities in the digitally transformed ecosystem (i.e. with policy makers, businesses, third sector, parents, etc).

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme, Project No 2020-1-ES01-KA226-HE-095035. Find out more: https://teachpaas.eu/

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2021-2022: Digitally Shifting EU’s Law & Legal Studies’ Content in Higher Education

digiLEAP will boost the digital readiness of university law departments and of the legal sector towards the digitally transformed environment (both online education and the professional environment) by making learning and digital skill development more effective.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme, Project No 2020-1-RO01-KA226-HE-095254. Find out more: https://digileap.eu/

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