The first project EduHackathon was successfully organised in Spain on the 15th of May. The event, which represented the climax of the EduHack blended course organised by UNIR, gathered 22 participants with very different backgrounds who worked on four ideas aimed at transforming their daily teaching. Among the most relevant concepts discussed during the day, […]
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The Spanish pilot of the EduHack online course is closing at the end of April, with 52 registered participants working on the course activities, reflecting on the course wall and exchanging opinions on their experience. After the end of the course, participants will meet in Logroño on the 15th of May for the UNIR EduHackathon, […]
The first of the three courses that are at the core of the EduHack project has just started. Organised by UNIR, this course began on March 18 and is expected to finish with the UNIR EduHackathon, to be held in Logroño, Spain on May 15. The EduHack programme consists of two different elements: an online […]
The EduHack approach and advances were presented during a webinar focusing on (e)learning innovations organised by EDEN in the frame of the European Distance Learning Week (EDLW). The presentation raised a lot of interest and questions, especially on the way external universities can participate in the EduHack project. Teachers’ capacity development in the field of […]
The EduHack.eu latest development were presented at the EDEN 2018 Conference in Genova, focussing on the project effort to “operationalise” the DigCompEdu competencies framework. The course areas of work were introduced to the audience together with some activities examples. A number of participants from universities expressed interest in possibly running the EduHack learnign experience in […]
The EduHack course and its approach were presented by UNIR in the “Digital Education” seminar organised by the University of Torino on the 12 and 13 of April in Torino. Participants’ reactions were very positive, appreciating especially the open and modular nature of the course. Contacts were made with universities wishing to adopt the course.
Hacking Education through eLearning and Open Education
Project Ref: 2017-1-IT02-KA203-036854