The project will TARGET 3 main groups (plus a 4th, where feasible):

University Teaching Staff

will profit from professional development based on experiencing innovative methods and improving digital skills.

University Students

will benefit from improved teaching, involvement in their learning process and preparation for the world of work. A self-reflection tool will enable them to assess the skills acquired and their relevance to employment.

Learning Technologists

will experience best practices from various countries.

School Teachers/last grade Students

will familiarize with ELSE methods/outputs through involvement in the experimental phase where possible.

These groups will be involved in the project design and implementation process. Although the focus will be on the Humanities, the findings will be multi-disciplinarily applicable.