Ferenc Tatrai, Senior Advisor of the consortium member EDEN, presented the OEPass project in the conferece’s Synergy session, pointing out its natural synergy with its “twin” project MicroHE. As part of the OEPass project, the Learning Passport was also introduced. He emphasized that an improved version of the Learning Passport is ready for public testing […]
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On February 7, the DHBW Heilbronn hosted the internal symposium under the motto “Digital Transformation”. More than 100 professors and lecturers from the different DHBW campuses could be welcomed at the location who want to network on topics from research and teaching. Our project partner Florian Rampelt from the Stifterverband, among others, drew a wide […]
On the afternoon of 6 February 2019, we concluded an intensive, and highly productive, 2.5-day joint OEPass–MicroHE meeting in Heilbronn, Germany. Our host, DHBW, showed great initiative by proposing an innovative agenda and the unconventional meeting structure proved to be very beneficial. Just like last time, on the afternoon of our arrival we had an […]
At the end of October 2018 OEPass and its sister project, MicroHE, were invited to be introduced at the first multiplier event of the MOONLITE project. The recognition that these projects have the potential to make welcome changes to the educational landscape, and make a positive impact on the lives of Europe’s migrants and refugees, […]
On the 25th of November a delegation from Singapore visited the Research and Laboratory Department of DHBW Heilbronn, Germany. Together with their president Prof. Graf, OEPass project coordinator Mr. Raimund Hudak, Head of Research, welcomed the employees of SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), an authority of the Ministry of Education in Singapore. The delegation was informed about, […]
It is a pleasure to announce that the first phase of testing the Learning Passport was successfully completed by mid-October 2018. The purpose of the OEPass Learning Passport is to systematically collect a set of precisely defined data and information about open education experiences which were identified as decisive factors for their recognition. The form’s […]
Since the project started in November 2017 this was the third time the consortium met face to face, and this time it was KIC’s turn to host the partners in Malta. After an expert workshop held on Monday afternoon with 0xcert CEO, Kristijan Sedlak, and the subsequent consultation with the MicroHE partnership, we gained a […]
On the 25th of October in Barcelona, at the 2018 EDEN Research Workshop titled “Towards Personalized Guidance and Support for Learning”, the OEPass project has introduced, for the first time in public, its Learning Passport to an enthusiastic conference audience. In two consecutive workshop sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, we […]
From the 11th to the 12th of October OEPass partner DHBW presented our project to the German National Agency, DAAD, at a face to face meeting held in Bonn, Germany. DAAD acts as the National Agency for EU Higher Education Cooperation in the Erasmus+ programme and its predecessors, and it is one of the most […]
Open Education Passport – OEPass
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