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The interactive workshop, which is scheduled for next 22-24 November 2021 is designed for the university faculty members and aims to improve their knowledge and skills in designing student-centered courses...Read more
Are you prepared for the next Erasmus call 2021-2027? Are you looking for a platform to exchange with new partners? Are you interested in working with Moroccan higher education institutions...Read more
Higher education institutions are important actors in the transition towards carbon neutrality and sustainable societies and economies. They are well placed to play a key role in achieving the objectives...Read more
The report "A needs assessment report on Virtual Collaborative Teaching and Learning in Albania' was created by partners on the VALEU-X project and lead by staff at the European University...Read more
The Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) launched the report: "The Response of Higher Education Systems and National Governments to the Pandemic". This paper analyzes the consequences of the pandemic for...Read more
Micro-credentials offer more flexible and modular learning opportunities. Having a European approach will help widen learning opportunities and strengthen the role of higher education and vocational education and training institutions...Read more
The following survey is a joint research project between Al-Fanar Media and the Scholars at Risk Network . The main aim of this survey is to understand the causes and...Read more
The European Union is working with the Western Balkans on a forward-looking Agenda on Innovation, Research Education, Culture, Youth and Sport. The Agenda will outline a comprehensive, long-term strategy for...Read more
The Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) and the World Bank just released a joint report on the "Internationalization of Tertiary Education in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)". As...Read more
On behalf of the SPHERE Team, we are very sorry to inform about the passing of Ms. Nigar Abbaszade. She was one of the most active, invested and articulated Higher...Read more
The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia issued a recommendation on March 14, 2020 for all the higher educational institutions of the Russian Federation to temporarily suspend their...Read more
The European Commission has launched a page for beneficiaries, students, volunteers and other participants in EACEA’s funding programmes in order to give more information about how coronavirus is affecting the...Read more
Due to the coronavirus crisis, universities have come under sudden pressure to shift to digitally enhanced teaching and online learning. While this is a temporary measure in an emergency situation,...Read more
The SPHERE Team is launching a study on the impacts of Erasmus+ Capacity Building for Higher Education (CBHE) projects in Partner countries, particularly the impact of structural projects. The study...Read more
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) has now joined the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF). As a member of this Forum, the ESN will be able to actively engage...Read more
In response to the COVID-19 coronavirus, Birzeit University was one of the first Palestinian higher education institutions to implement distance online teaching. The first priority of the university administration and...Read more
It might sound strange, but the COVID19 outbreak has had a positive side-effect on the development of the Higher Education system in Georgia while serving as a catalyst for implementation...Read more
The global pandemic COVID-19 has affected the usual way of life in Ukraine, like in many other countries in the world. The quarantine was announced from March 17 through May...Read more
As soon as the state of emergency was declared in Palestine due to the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), the Hebron University (HU) administration developed an emergency plan as follows: Campus sterilization...Read more
From March 16 until April 15 a State of Emergency has been in effect in Kazakhstan that restricts entry to and exit from the country [1]. Kazakh authorities have imposed...Read more
COVID-19 has provoked sudden and expected challenges for universities in Azerbaijan. Many universities were caught unprepared or half-prepared for the changes they had to implement amidst the pandemic turmoil especially...Read more
The Tempus project ADIP, which stands in French for “Distance Learning and Pedagogical Innovation”, the Erasmus+ project DIGIHEALTH about digital teaching in the field of health and the ICU-RER project...Read more
The Covid-19 health crisis has led to a slowdown in economic activity worldwide and containment has become the watchword in countries affected by this pandemic. Tunisia is no exception to...Read more
Over the past decades, we have witnessed that exceptional technological innovation has influenced educational institutions in the pedagogical design of teaching and learning processes. Currently, the role of ICT in...Read more
Albania is a European country with about 2.8 million inhabitants, 15 public and 25 non-public Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and a total of 139,043 students (y. 2018-2019), the majority of...Read more