In March 2020, within a couple of days transnational mobility events within the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps came to a full stop. Many organisations, trainers and facilitators asked themselves, how they are able to continue their work in times of lock-down and beyond. The idea of moving training activities online became very popular, however it takes a various considerations, before one is able to thrive online. Read more
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When the Coronavirus hit the field of European Youth Work. Seminars and training events got first “on hold”, then postponed or cancelled. Internationally and locally. This blog post is about how we turned the residential seminar into an online event. Read more
More than 50 people from various higher educational institutions around Europe met from 26.11.-29.11.2018 in Łódź, Poland to exchange experience and good practises on innovative teaching methods in Higher Education. They shared experience and tools as well as worked on future project ideas for strategic partnership activities within the European Erasmus+ Programme. Read more
Have you ever felt lost in another country, not having any idea what is going on around you and people and culture throw you off balance? – “Going Abroad: How to deal with Culture Shock?” Online Course walks you through the process of transition entering a new, unknown culture in order to live and work abroad. Read more
>The development of technology has a profound effect on society. It also effects the way we learn, broaden our knowledge and develop new skills: Online courses and so called MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) have become more and more popular. Universities and educational institutions invested in online learning platforms and offer online learning opportunities, that allow us to engage in topics like computer science, programming, history, business, marketing, philosophy, psychology, meditation, self-development, and many more. Read more
“The Language of Trade Marks” is an on-line course directed to patent attorneys who would like to develop their English language skills in the context matter of Community Trade Marks (CTM).