On 4th November 2021, Prof. Mark Brown from Dublin City University (DCU) presented at the EADTU Conference in Bari, Italy. The presentation was entitled Digital Badging for DigiCulture: A Case Study. Abstract: Digital badges as part of the alternative digital credential ecology are an increasingly popular way to motivate, recognise,
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.
The DigiCulture team is inviting you to join us for the IAFeS International Conference NETTIES & DigiCulture Erasmus+ Closing Workshop on 22 – 23 July 2021. The events are jointly organised by Politehnica University of Timisoara, International Association for eScience – IAFeS and Triade Interart Foundation with the theme Digital
On 26th October 2020, Conchúr Mac Lochlainn from Dublin City University (DCU) presented at the European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) on DCU’s approaches to designing flexible learning at scale. The DigiCulture Project was one of the examples discussed. The presentation was entitled “Purposefully different approaches to flexible learning at scale:
On 15th January 2021, Dr. Elaine Beirne from Dublin City University, presented virtually at the EdTech Winter Conference, organised by the Irish Learning Technology Association. The presentation was entitled “Collaborative MOOC Design: Insights and Lessons Learned” and shared practical learnings from the DigiCulture course series design process. Abstract: MOOCs are
On December 2nd during the International conference ALTA’20 “Advanced Learning Technologies and Applications. Short Learning Programmes” the National Association of Distance Education (NADE) presented about the project Digital Culture to European educational actors, from policy makers to practitioners and researchers as well as distance learning experts from the Netherlands, Portugal,
The Digital Culture project was selected among the top 10 good practice example projects presented at the “Learn and pass on” conference, with over 150 participants from Romania, including Erasmus + project coordinators and international relations departments. The 2020 edition of the national conference “Learn and pass on” took place
The Politehnica University of Timisoara through the e-Learning Centre with the support of the Romanian Alliance of Technical Universities, EDEN and IEEE Romania Associations have organised the XI-th webinar under the series #onlinetogether – Practical use of Open Educational Resources. UNESCO recommendations on Thursday, august 6 th 2020. Over 2,500