In Turkey, the practice of appointments of university rectors by the President of the Republic...
Europe’s universities, in the European Union and neighbouring countries including the United...
Karel Luyben, Rector Magnificus Emeritus of Delft University of Technology, will be the first...
The new thematic peer groups will have a digital focus, offering an opportunity for European higher education institutions to exchange with colleagues about their strategic approaches to digitally enhanced learning and teaching.
In Europe today, almost every higher education institution uses digitally enhanced learning and teaching. Since EUA began exploring this topic in 2013, digitally enhanced learning and teaching has been further embraced by higher education institutions across Europe, with general acceptance growing and institutions widely acknowledging the benefits it brings to the student experience.
Digitally enhanced learning and teaching is widely used across the European Higher Education Area, with general acceptance growing over the years and institutions widely acknowledging the benefits it brings to the student experience.
In Europe, there is little provision of leadership development schemes in higher education. Given the pace and intensity of transformations in our societies and invariably in our universities, institutional leadership is a game-changer, even more so during the Covid-19 pandemic. The EU-funded NEWLEAD project focuses on enhancing the capacity of higher education institutions and their leaders to steer change and tackle the complex topics on the institutional transformation agenda.
The Covid-19 pandemic presents new challenges for inclusive teaching. This article shares the experience of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy and discusses how to act towards inclusive teaching in e-learning by addressing digital gaps in teaching skills, implementing innovative methodologies and developing a community of practice.
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) launched their yearly ESNsurvey, the largest European-wide research project conducted solely by volunteers working to advocate for the improvement of exchange programmes and education in Europe. The deadline to participate is 31 January.
The Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) organises the interactive workshop “Blue Engineering - Engineers with social and ecological responsibility” on 27 January from 14:00 to 15:30 CET. Participation is free of charge and registrations are open until 25 January by email.