In November 2020, at the end of an unforgettable year of challenges and hardships, but also a year of remarkable demonstrations of resilience and people’s and organisations’ adaptation to extreme changes in the environment where we live and work, MicroHE has reached its contractual end. During the 36 months of our project’s implementation we have […]
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While most Higher Education practitioners are familiar with the Diploma Supplement that was designed as an aid to support the recognition of degree-level qualifications, until recently nothing similar existed for sub-degree qualifications, especially ones of those in the region of 5 ECTS. MicroHE has set out to fill this gap and produced a so-called Credit […]
The MicroHE consortium held the final conference of the MicroHE project as part of the EDEN 2020 Annual Virtual Conference, hosted by the Politechnica University Timisoara, Romania in virtual form. The final conference started with the keynote presentation of Anthony Camilleri about Micro-Credentials in the Future European Policy Landscape. After the plenary session the MicroHE […]
MicroHE national dissemination event On the 10th of June EDEN held its national dissemination event in virtual form. The event was published on the EDEN website. EDEN invited 8 key experts and 2 presenters. The panel listened to presentations about the context, the Briefing Paper, the results of the Bled Masterclass, and the suggested meta-data standards, followed by the […]
Online MicroHE final conference on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 Are you prepared for the new world of microcredentials and digital credentials? Watch the conference recordings by clicking on the section headings. Conference Website https://www.eden-online.org/2020_timisoara/microhe-final-conference/ Slides for Keynote: Micro-Credentials in the Future European Policy Landscape Slides for Session A: Impact of micro-credentials on new learner paradigms […]
Rescheduling a face to face event that could not take place earlier due to the Covid-19 lock down, the Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI) and Knowledge 4 All Foundation (K4A) organised the Slovenian national MicroHE seminar on May 28 2020 in virtual settings. You are welcome to review the overall project presentation here.
On May 11 2020 the European Commission has organised a Coordination Webinar for Erasmus+ funded projects working on the topic of micro-credentials. Anthony Camilleri’s slides showing the lessons learned in MicroHE are available for those who couldn’t join or would like to recap the presentation.
The European University Association (EUA) invited a MicroHE representative to its Annual Conference in the Support to HE Reform Experts (SP-HERE) held in Prague on 12-13 December. This international event provides a major networking space for approximately 120 HE Reform Experts from 20+ Southern and Eastern Neighbourhood countries, and provided a platform for various sessions on […]
What do students know about micro-credentials? Is there any university out there providing short learning programmes and accrediting them with modern, digital and stackable ECTS-compliant credits? What do EU regulators expect to update the accreditation systems in 2025? Is the corporate sector interested in micro-credentials? The MicroHE team has spent hours in the second half […]
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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