Category : Partners

GÉANT Innovation Programme

EUNIS partner GÉANT is launching a new innovation programme with 300k euro to support community research projects.

Join an online infoshare on 23rd of February at 11am CET for an introduction to the GÉANT Innovation Programme and explanation of the application and selection process.

The call for proposals is for small research projects of up to 30k euro, usually taking 3-6 months (max 9 months) and finishing by the end of December 2021. Universities, research institutions/institutes or other legal entities to which a GÉANT Association Member NREN provides services are eligible to apply.

Read more here and register here .

IMS Europe Summit 2020: online meeting on 30 Nov

IMS Europe Summit 2020 hosted by IMS Europe is offered free for everyone. The last session from the series of virtual meetings will be held on November 30.

It will focus on Measuring Student Success using Learning Analytics and Digital Assessments. The agenda includes a mix of informative presentations, open discussions, and expert lightning talks. Visit https://www.imsglobal.org/event/europe/2020 to view the meeting schedule and to register.

IMS Europe Summit 2020 online

IMS Europe Summit 2020 starts on November 2 — the first of four virtual meetings held during the month—hosted by IMS Europe and offered free for everyone. Sessions focus on various topics related to online learning and edtech in Europe. The agenda includes a mix of informative presentations, open discussions, and expert lightning talks. Visit https://www.imsglobal.org/event/europe/2020 to view the meeting schedules and to register.

#EUNIS20 Congress case study at the ZOOM blog

When we decided to run our first online Congress, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we felt we had to do it in a way that reflects the spirit of our community. It seems ‘Virtual Helsinki’ did just that! With more than 500 attendees involved during the week, the participation rate was much higher than one would normally expect from an online conference and the feedback received was very positive! We have also impressed the ZOOM team, our Congress partner supporting us with the conference tool, as they decided to publish #EUNIS20 Congress case study at their blog. Read it here.

We ran over 30 separate sessions including plenaries, parallel sessions and workshops from our special interest groups at our #EUNIS20 Congress in Virtual Helsinki! If you didn’t manage to attend them don’t hesitate to watch the recordings available within the sessions at the Congress web here! You can also reach the abstracts and Congress presentations there.
Full papers submitted for the Congress will be published in the European Journal of Higher Education IT soon. Stay tuned!