Erasmus+: EU will invest over €3 billion in young Europeans to study or train abroad in 2020
Brussels, 25 October 2019 Today marks one year since the launch of SELFIE (Self-reflection on Effective Learning by Fostering Innovation through Educational technology), the European Commission’s free online tool that helps schools assess and improve the ways they use technology for teaching and learning. Over 450,000 students, teachers and school leaders in 45 countries have […]
Nowadays, many countries are starting to debate whether we are living in an actual democracy. Many people feel that the politicians only listen to the economic elites, ignoring what the majority of the citizens have to say. Besides, the media takes advantage of the situation, living from the dispute and scandal that arises between the […]
The first pilot call under the European Universities Initiative has resulted in applications from 54 alliances, involving more than 300 higher education institutions from 31 European countries including all EU Member States. The institutions include comprehensive and research-based universities, universities of applied sciences, technical universities, as well as art and medical schools.
Blockchain is an emerging technology, with almost daily announcements on its applicability to everyday life. It is perceived to provide significant opportunities to disrupt traditional products and services due to the distributed, decentralised nature of blockchains, and features such as the permanence of the blockchain record, and the ability to run smart contracts.