UNIR participates in the fifth meeting of Edu-Hack project


Last 24th September, the fifth meeting of the European Project Edu-Hack (Hacking Education through E-learning and Open Education) took place in Leuven (Belgium), hosted by ATiT BVBA. The project is framed in the digital training area with Massively Online Open Courses (MOOCs).



The project, financed by the Erasmus+ Programme from the European Commission, is led by the Nexa Centre of the Politecnico di Torino (Italy). The other partners are Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (Spain), Coventry University (UK), ATiT BVBA (Belgium) and Knowledge Innovation Centre (Malta).

During the meeting, the partners described the tasks carried out from May 2019 and defined the work to be done during the next months. A strong focus was done in the two pilot courses (Eduhackathons) that will test the EduHack approach next year in Italy and UK.

The project has a duration of 3 years and will end on September 2020.