Digital Micro-Credentials in Higher Education
The aim of the project is to describe and create the process of issuing micro-credentials in higher education.
|Project title:||Digital Micro-Credentials in Higher Education|
|Project coordinator:||Vytautas Magnus University|
|Contact person at VMU:||E. Trepulė, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Project duration:||22 months (November 2021 – August 2023)|
||299 988,22 EUR|
The project will be implemented through main activities:
1.To describe the process of integration of micro-credentials into study process through revealing their potential to foster social, economic and higher education innovations, as well as contribution to the sustainable post Covid-19 pandemic recovery;
Output – published scientific article: Tamoliune, G., Greenspon, R., Volungeviciene, A., Tereseviciene, M., Trepule, E., Dauksiene, E. (2023). Exploring the potential of micro-credentials: A systematic literature review. Frontiers in Education. https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2022.1006811
2. To describe requirements for the micro-credentials’ implementation process;
3. To adapt the open learning environment to the process of digital micro-credential implementation;
4. To pilot the process of issuing micro-credentials and to present its potential to foster social, economic and higher education innovations to interested parties, along with the contribution to the sustainable post Covid-19 pandemic recovery.
This project has received funding from European Regional Development Fund (project No 13.1.1-LMT-K-718-05-0003) under grant agreement with the Research Council of Lithuania (LMTLT). It is funded as European Union’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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