Presenting about the DigiCulture project during #onlinetogether webinar on using Open Educational Resources under UNESCO recommendations
Dr. Diana Andone, UPT, presented the evolutions of the Digital Culture project, the Digital Competences courses and the electronic assessment tool and Open Digital Certificates for Digital Competences under the Creative Commons license. Find out more details!
During Open Education Week 2020, the Polytechnic University of Timișoara, through the ID / IFR and e-Learning Center, with the support of the EDEN and IEEE Romania Associations, organized on Friday, March 6, the 7th edition of digital skills for education Open. The event gathered over 100 participants and was broadcast online, via live streaming on the Facebook platform and YouTube channel.
Diana Andone, the project coordinator, together with Radu Vasiu, both from the Polytechnic University of Timișoara, participated in the Final Appeal Conference for ideas with inclusive memory, in Rome, Italy, between February 13-15, 2020.
During Open Education Week 2019, EDEN (European Distance and e-Learning Network) organized a series of webinaries focused on the impact of open education, the importance of open educational resources and online courses, changes in global higher education due to the digital world and open education.
Between 04-05 October 2018, the debut meeting of the project Improving digital skills and improving the social inclusion of adults in the creative industries - Digital Culture (Digital Culture) took place in Timișoara. The host was the Polytechnic University of Timișoara, coordinating partner of the project, which organized the meeting within the ID / IFR and e-Learning Center of the university.