The overarching idea of the founding member of the MicroHE project (namely KIC, TUT and DHBW) was to address the fragmentation of credentials in Higher Education. New forms of education such as MOOCs are blurring the difference between formal and non-formal education, while providers of Higher Education offer a whole host of credentials – no […]
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In July 2018 the University of Nova Gorica and the UNESCO Chair on Open Technologies for Open Educational Resources and Open Learning at Jožef Stefan Institute organised the Course in Open Education Design to equip the participants with basic knowledge, practical advice and hands-on experience to prepare them for their own design of Open Educational […]
On 23-24 April 2018 we had our second joint MicroHE-OEPass consortium meeting in Budapest, Hungary. On both days, important questions regarding open and future work packages, quality management and other organizational issues were discussed. By the time of the next joint meeting in Malta in October, the further procedure for the successful handling of the […]
The world of work increasingly demands a quick response from the education system to provide people with the desired qualifications. In response, MOOCs have tried to make their content as digestible and flexible as possible. Degrees are broken into modules; modules into courses; courses into short segments. The MOOCs test for optimal length to ensure […]
Support Future Learning Excellence through Micro-Credentialling in Higher Education
Project Ref: 590161-EPP-1-2017-1-DE-EPPKA3-PI-FORWARD
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