The first Multiplier Event of EU-MADE4LL took place on 29th September 2017 in Hannover. It was the ideal venue for the Project Partners to introduce the first intellectual output developed in Year 1, namely the EU-MADE4LL e-learning platform, to a varied and receptive audience of guests and prospect stakeholders including academics, school teachers, teacher trainers, researchers, digital and...Read More
September 26-27, saw the third EU-MADE4LL transnational meeting, hosted by the University of Hanover (Germany) in their LS3 Research Centre headquarters. All partners were present.
On the agenda:
1) Anonymisation of student data and grading
2) Number and selection of students for year 3 mobilities
3) EUMADE4LL platform presentation and discussion
5) Timeline of teaching...Read More
In June 19-20, the EU-MADE4LL partners met at the University of Aarhus (Denmark) for the second transnational meeting of the project. All partners were present, including Hannover university, which contributed online to the joint discussions. On the agenda, the finalisation of the second intellectual output of the project, namely the development of a common international syllabus that will be...Read More
The kick off meeting of the EU-MADE4LL project was held in Messina on November 24-25, 2016. The University of Messina is the main applicant for the project and the kick off was organized to officially launch all the activities. All partners attended the meeting, including Prof. Carmen D. Maier, who attended online all the sessions. At the introductory session, prof. Maria Grazia Sindoni,...Read More
On February 11-12 2019, the EU-MADE4LL partners met at the University of Florence (Italy) for the fourth transnational meeting of the project. All the partners were present, including the administrative staff that held a parallel meeting both in presence and on-line. The agenda of the meeting focused on:
the third intellectual output, the medium-term results of which were presented by Stella...Read More
On September 20-22, the EU-MADE4LL partners met at the University of Leeds (United Kingdom) for the third transnational meeting of the project.
All partners were present, including Hannover university, which contributed online to the joint discussions, including:
1) the third intellectual output of the project was on the agenda, the development of a common international syllabus;
2) a review...Read More
Aarhus University played host to a 5-day event in September, themed around crisis management, with a special competition focussing on social media.
The event, which was split into two distinct phases, intended to introduce EUMADE4LL students to the challenges presented in an employment scenario. The first two days, facilitated by Aarhus University Business School, was made up of lectures on...Read More