Summary 06.1 This document describes the overall quality assurance framework used during the lifetime of the project. It outlines the general principles of quality control employed, the elements of the project which required monitoring and the processes by which this was achieved. Quality assurance was achieved through mutually agreed peer
Summary 04.1 This report shows the work done for the O4.1 Digital Skills E-Assessment Tool. It covers work from May 2019 to August 2021 on e-validation of digital skills for the DigiCulture MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses). During this period, the DigiCulture project has designed the e-assessment tool, performed user
Summary 03.1 This document provides the Curricula of the Digital Skills for Culture Courses as of December 2019, and then July 2020, revised in May 2021. The partners worked to build a valid curriculum, by refining the course goals, in order to fit the latest digital media innovations and requirements
Summary O2.1 This document proposes the design of the Virtual Learning Hub from the technical point of view. This Output is dedicated to designing, implementing and usability testing of an integrated Virtual Learning Hub for developing DSC using Online, Open & Flexible Higher Education Approaches and Practices. The DSC Learning
The Politehnica University of Timișoara, through the e-Learning Centre and the Multimedia Centre together with the IAFeS International Association and the Triade Foundation organized, between July 22-23, 2021, the IAFeS International Conference NETTIES & DigiCulture Erasmus+ Closing Workshop. The event gathered over 500 participants both physically, in the Auditorium of the UPT Conference Center, and virtually, through Zoom and Facebook.
A DigiCulture Multiplier Event specifically on digital tools and music was held at Shirley Methodist Church in Solihull on 27 July 2021. Participants were members of several orchestras from the Birmingham area who joined with Solihull Symphony Orchestra for a play day and a seminar on DigiCulture.
On January 26th 2021, The Politehnica University of Timisoara, through the e-Learning Centre, had a virtual Digital Culture project meeting with the partners from Universität Graz, JME Associates Ltd, Università degli Studi di Roma Tre, Aalborg Universitet, National Association of Distance Education, Dublin City University and Jecza Foundation, to discuss the current status of all partners and planning for future activities.