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Developing digital-Self-learning Courses in Social Entrepreneurship for the future of collaboration between University and Community

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Developing digital-Self-learning Courses in Social Entrepreneurship for the future of collaboration between University and Community

Project Aim

The project aims to develop an innovative digital self-learning course in social entrepreneurship for students and interested HE staff, strengthening universities’ civic engagement and participation in their regional communities.

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Project number: 2023-1-IT02-KA220-HED-000158730

Project Title: Developing digital-Self-learning Courses in Social Entrepreneurship for the future of collaboration between University and Community

Project Duration: 01.09.2023 – 31.08.2025

National Agency of the Applicant Organisation: IT02 – Agenzia Nazionale Erasmus+ – INDIRE

Project Description

The primary objective of this project is to develop an innovative digital self-learning course in social entrepreneurship, focusing on students and interested Higher Education (HE) staff. The project aligns with the EU agenda for Higher Education, emphasizing the enhancement of universities’ civic engagement and their active participation in regional communities. Participants will engage in the development of social entrepreneurship projects under the guidance of university mentors. This initiative seeks to address the competency needs of HE staff and students, fostering social innovation and community collaboration.

The project will undertake various activities to achieve its objectives. The first involves preparing a comprehensive report on competencies in social entrepreneurship learning and formulating policy recommendations. Subsequently, a digital self-learning course in social entrepreneurship will be developed, incorporating gamification elements and providing digital completion certificates or badges. Participants in the course will work on social entrepreneurship projects to strengthen the connection between universities and their communities. The dissemination of both the course and the projects will occur through Multiplier Events.

The anticipated outcomes of the project are multifold. Firstly, universities will strengthen their role as active innovators in society, contributing to developing social entrepreneurship skills among participants. These skills, encompassing project management, entrepreneurship, and practical knowledge, will enhance participants’ employability in the labour market. The project aims to support the emerging field of social entrepreneurship in partner countries, offering policy recommendations for Higher Education. Through these initiatives, the project seeks to create a community of practice with increased civic-mindedness, focusing on practical and socially oriented teaching and learning within universities.

 

Project Results

Digital self-learning course

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Mentoring programs

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Social entrepreneurship projects

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Policy recommendations

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partners

Project Leader

UNIVERSITA TELEMATICA PEGASO (ITaly)

Partners

UNIVERSITATEA POLITEHNICA TIMISOARA (Romania)

Website: www.upt.ro

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STUDIES CELJE (SLOVENIA)

Verein für sozialwissenschaftliche Beratung und Forschung e.V. (germany)

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