The CIRCLET project team invites university staff interested in the topic of educational innovation through the involvement of students in research activities and collaborative practices with society to this online conference on 14 June 2022.
The CIRCLET project was designed to develop and support the role of academics in Science Shop projects. So far, more than 100 academics have been experimenting with building community engaged research and learning (CERL) into their curriculum & research projects teaching across a wide range of disciplines in the five partner universities: Queen’s University Belfast, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Corvinus University of Budapest, Technological University of Dublin, Open University of Catalonia.
Throughout these interactive sessions participants will be inspired to strengthen their capacity to improve learning outcomes for students by redesigning curricula. Participants will also have the chance to reflect, share or improve their own practices by getting inspired by the project partners learning from this 3-years ERASMUS+ project.
This is the CIRCLET Final Conference and has been coordinated by Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). For more information and registration, please visit the event webpage.