Digital technologies & curriculum internationalisation
The StrategyHack partners are working together to take a European approach to supporting mid-level institutional leaders in the achievement of sustainable digital education models by providing them with a set of tools composed of the the following: a capacity building course on digital strategies, a peer-learning methology for digitisation strategy improvement and a model management system for digital education.
The project team is happy to announce that the Capacity Building Course on Digital Education Strategies is now available online for anyone interested to enroll. This course focuses on accelerating digital transformations within higher education by promoting and supporting high-quality personalised digital environments. The online course contains modules on digital teaching and learning, organisational transformation, technological change, economic and political change, as well as institutional change. The whole course requires approximately 75 hours of self-study, peer learning and activities, but learners can also select parts of individual modules.
As part of the capacitiy building course, EURASHE is organising a hackathon in the framework of a comprehensive capacity building course on digital education strategies under the StrategyHack project. Mid-level institutional leaders and HE staff will learn more about the use of digital technologies to support internationalisation of the curriculum.
more information coming soon.
3 November 2022 | 14h-16h (CET)
During this first session the Strategy Hack project will be presented, its approach and goal as well as the capacity building course.
Hackathon on the use of digital technologies to support internationalisation of the curriculum.
Other Strategy Hack events
- 28 September 2022: UNIR – Universidad Internacional de La Rioja
- 12 October & 14 November 2022: Media & Learning Association
- 27 & 28 October 2022: POLITO – Politecnico di Torino