During this study trip the discussions and presentations focused on the definition and description of new learning and working environment, and the new educational model of OUNL, as well as ccreditation of study programs and uality assurance approach.
The meeting outlined the PT and Sc programs delivered at the USZ, some presentations focused on aspects of materials design for PT and SC studies and described a case study of how to include practical aspects in theoretical PT courses. The trip also focused on the importance of Read more “Study visit to Szeged, Hungary, organized by the University of Szeged, Hungary.”
The main topics of the presentations and discussions included an overview of learning content authoring tools as well as effective instructional design for blending learning. The pedagogical approaches and differences between online and offline learning were also discussed. The final session of the event was a management meeting focusing on future activities in WP3 and WP4.
The aim of the visit was to overview The International Strategy and project management approach at the University level and to monitor project implementation. Read more “Monitoring Visit at Belgrade Metropolitan University”
Parallel to the Monitoring visit, the representative of the Belgrade Metropolitan University, Prof. Dr. Dragan Domazet and Vuk Vasić, held the presentation of the BMU eLearning platform – LAMS. Presentation focused on concept of flexible system for distance learning and main functionalities of LAMS platform. Read more “Presentation BMU eLearning platform”
On Monday, 25 January at Belgrade Metropolitan University was held a kick off meeting of the project Erasmus + PT&SCHE (Introduction of Part time & Short Cycle Studies in Serbia)
Kick off meeting brought together 15 partner institutions from Serbia, Estonia, Scotland, Nederland, Hungary, and Slovenia.
In the next few photos you can see the atmosphere of the meeting:
The meeting focused on project achievements in work packages 1 and 2 and prepared project activities for WP3. Institutions, responsible for quality assurance and dissemination activities gave reports on activities done and future tasks in their respective work packages.
The conference was attended by 37 participants. In addition to representatives of partner institutions participating in the project, representatives of the universities Singidunum and Edukons, as well as the Centre for Education Policy, were present. Conference activities were divided into two sections (Presentation of EU countries experience program; The higher education in Republic of Serbia). Read more “Conference “Introduction of Part-Time and Short-Cycle Studies in Serbia” , Univeristy of Belgrade”
The meeting was considered a working version of the draft of policies about part-time and short-cycle studies. Participants agreed on the aspects of PT and SC studies that will be presented at the Belgrade conference.
During this study trip the presentations and discussions focused on the definition and description of part-time degrees as well as the topic of the transition from college to university. Participants were able to study concrete examples of part-time and blended degrees.