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In 2020, a survey was created to determine the state of play of micro-credentials in the European Higher Eucation Area (EHEA). Members of the BFUG as well as the nominated representatives in the MICROBOL working groups were invited to submit their answers, and 35 countries responded with great success. This report presents the results of […]
The Microbol kick-off report of the webinar and working groups has been made available on the Microbol Outputs page. The report summarizes the contributions of the wide variety of speakers during the webinar on 31 August 2020, as well as highlighting the challenges that have been identified during the working groups on 1 September 2020. […]
The MICROBOL Desk Research Report on micro-credentials is now available. This report is part of the MICROBOL project and examines the current status of micro-credentials, which have attracted interest in recent times as a means to increase the effectiveness and flexibility of higher education and to provide upskilling and reskilling opportunities for the labour force. The […]
After the a successful launch of the MICROBOL project during the cick-off conference on 31 August 2020, the presentations of the conference have been made available. The slides can be found under the page ‘MICROBOL Kick-Off Conference 2020’, on the conference agenda, next to the name of the presenting speaker.
The kick-off Conference of the MICROBOL project is the first in a series of meetings that will evaluate the current practices and policies relating to micro-credentials. Specifically, this event will explore the links between Micro-credentials and the Bologna Key Commitments. The coordinator and partners of the MICROBOL-project kindly invite all BFUG members and the representatives […]
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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