The President of the European Research Council (ERC), Mauro Ferrari, resigned on 7 April citing...
In a reaction to the ongoing coronavirus crisis and the halt of on-campus operations in Europe...
EUA is mapping the situation of researchers at risk and of the institutions that host or employ them via two surveys.Read more
The call for contributions to the 2020 EUA Funding Forum is now open. The event will be hosted by the University of Belgrade on 24 and 25 September 2020 in Serbia.Read more
The concept of evidence-based learning and teaching is complex and multifaceted. The EUA Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Group on “Evidence-based approaches to learning and teaching” understands it as connecting learning and teaching to evidence-based methods, strategies and processes through the cultivation of an institutional culture that is committed to continuous improvement of student learning.
Assessment is an essential and influential element in the learning journey of all students. There is commitment across universities to promoting a holistic assessment design, based on co-creation between students and academic staff. Nevertheless, the design and implementation of student assessment remain challenging.
Research assessment practices are becoming more accurate, transparent and responsible. This is partly due to the sharp increase in external evaluations of universities that lead to internal evaluation processes. EUA expert Tia Loukkola discusses the role of internal quality assurance in research.
Europe must connect its ambition of being a digital leader with initiatives already happening at its universities, says EUA Secretary General Amanda Crowfoot in an editorial in The Parliament Magazine.
The European Commission launched EUvsVirus, a pan-European non-profit online hackathon on 24, 25 and 26 April to connect civil society, innovators, partners and buyers across Europe to develop innovative solutions to overcome coronavirus-related challenges.
UNIMED (Mediterranean Universities Union) created an online space aimed at collecting stories from its members and the wider community on how educators and institutions are coping with the present coronavirus emergency.