The report on evaluating the usability and effectiveness of the EURASIA online courses in European Studies is based on applying a pre-study and a post-study questionnaire, focus group discussions and Q-methodology.A publication in a reputable journal dealing with online educational solutions is pending. You can read the Q Survey Country Reports.
By 14.07.2021 the website was used by 8119 users in 21368 sessions. It was most intensively used in May 2021 by 1074 users. Expectedly, 31,51% of the website users were from India.
All the 53 courses (47 new ones and 5 updated) from the list have been peer-evaluated and validated, 31 have been piloted and all were submitted for accreditation at the respective partner-country HEI. They have all undergone the respective accreditation procedures and have become part of the official curricula in the partners from India and […]
The cooperation among the partner universities is institutionalized by signing bilateral agreements on promoting and implementing joint activities such as academic research, starting joint BA or MA programs, exchange of academic staff and students. Apart from accrediting the courses developed under EURASIA as compulsory, elective or cross-curricular courses, which are part of established study programmes, […]
Accreditation is a complex concept and wide-ranging as a practice, without one single denotation. In fact, national adaptations and practices vary considerably. Exactly for this reason, the workshop proved to be a successful activity. Institutional accreditation effectively provides a licence to operate. It is usually based on an evaluation of whether the institution meets specified […]
Based on the results of the project dissemination activities, experts’ monitoring and focus group discussions as well as the mass use of the online courses in European Studies a list of potential universities who would be interested in teaching the new courses and modules was compiled. It comprises HEIs in India, China and in other […]
The report on evaluating the usability and effectiveness of the EURASIA online courses in European Studies is based on applying a pre-study and a post-study questionnaire, focus group discussions and Q-methodology. A publication in a reputable journal dealing with online educational solutions is pending.
The technical and final project reports were submitted on time complying with the EACEA (currently European Education and Culture Executive Agency) regulations.
Five Project Management Committee meetings were held during the project life – during the Kick-off meeting in May 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria, during Consortium meeting 1 in November 2018, in Catania, Italy, during Consortium meeting 2 in November 2019 in New Delhi, India, in April 2020 online (in place of the planned project meeting in […]
The aim of these reports is to provide information, practical guidance, advice and signposts of the state-of-the-art and the potential for wider stakeholder engagement in the project implementation. It provides the basis for making it more effective and beneficial for the partner organisations and their stakeholders in attaining the project general and specific objectives. Three […]