During the last phase of the ACADIGIA project, the mentors that were trained within the project are supporting educators and professors of their institutions on the usage of blended teaching approaches.
On the 7th and 8th of November, the 3rd Transnational Project Meeting of ACADIGIA took place in the National Technical University of Athens in Greece.
Today is the final day of our “The Rising of the Mentors” course! It has been a wonderful journey through mentoring and digital competences. We had the chance to share the main advantages for each of the participants and trainers that we summarised in the following activity: Thanks for all who have participated in the…
We continue working on the mentorship skills of our super mentors! It is being a great experience for all of us and both trainers and trainees are feeling that this week was very productive and constructive to capacitate all the participants in the field of mentorship competencies. The fourth day is being dedicated to the…
Today we are focusing on the digital competence of our mentors, namely on these topics: Open education resources, tools, practices Designing digitally enhanced learning and teaching Designing digitally enhanced evaluation and assessment UPT partners are leading the digital competence training and we are working in a practical way, so our mentors feel more capable of…
Our short-term joint staff training event has started today in Porto (Portugal), in ISCAP, and will be held until Friday! We are working with the mentors of different European Universities in the field of mentorship and digital competences. Stay tuned!
Microsoft Whiteboard tool evaluation for blended learning using Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) framework
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.
The Jupyter Notebook has exploded in popularity since late 2014, fuelled by its adoption as the favourite environment for doing data science. It has also grown as a platform to use in the classroom, to develop teaching materials, to share lessons and tutorials, and to create computational stories.
The ACADIGIA project team has used the Digital Competence of Educators framework (DigCompEdu) to assess Jupyter Notebook contribution to the digital competence of educators and learners.
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.