The 8th Acadigia session of activity A3.2 was successfully held online at UNIVPM on February 2023. In particular, the mentees’ knowledge of Microsoft Teams has been tested and presented by Laura, one of the mentors at UNIVPM, who widely investigated this tool during the IO1. Since Microsoft Teams is one of the most commonly used tools at UNIVPM, an exciting brainstorming took place among professors to discuss their personal use of the tools, inspiring each other 😊
The educators of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NTUA participated in the second ACADIGIA training session. The session was a “Refresh” of educators’ digital literacy, covering several interesting topics!
On 8 May 2023, the educators of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) participated in the last seminar of the program “Sustainable Solutions for Online and Blended Learning in Education” that was organized within the ACADIGIA program.
ACADIGIA project team uses the Digital Competence of Educators framework (DigCompEdu) to assess Skype’s contribution on the digital competence of educators and learners. During the pandemic period, Skype is one of the top ranked open pedagogic tools that have been used in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) around Europe.
The Kallipos project regards the first comprehensive effort to introduce electronic interactive, multimedia textbooks in Higher Education in Greece. Specifically, it targets at the organized creation, storage, distribution and long-term preservation of open-access textbooks and learning objects for the Academic and Research Community.
Cisco Webex is a cloud-based platform that supports web conferencing services. It is one of the most trusted online meeting platforms and is considered ideal for teaching and learning activities because it offers many different features for distance-learning. Many ACADIGIA members have used Webex as an official conference solution during the pandemic therefore its applicability as a teaching and learning tool has thoroughly been tested by professors and students.