Special Newsletter!
Dear Colleagues, dear Friends!
Our Project Meeting (Monday 1/10 till Wednesday 3/10) in Odense is approaching fast! Here a few more details about our planned activities.
Our host is Lillebaelt Academy, now called UCL or University College Lillebaelt! It offers professional BA programmes (180 – 240 ECTS) in teacher education, social education, social work, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, radiography, biomedical laboratory science and public administration to more than 7,000 students.  All this on different campuses: Jelling, Velje, Svendborg and of course Odense. It is well known for its research projects deeply rooted in practice, yet founded on a solid theoretical basis, delivering information and research results for the benefit of the welfare society of the future. It is also known for its implementation of the SAM ( Study Activity Model) to  strengthen the dialogue with students by creating a clearer image of what is offered in terms of learning, teaching, academic approach and activity. And, by the way, Hans Christian Andersen (remember…The Little Mermaid, the Ugly Duckling, The Emperor’s New Clothes…) was born in Odense! And Denmark has the best work-life balance in Europe! Let’s discover!
Monday 1st of October 2018
09.30 : we gather at Seebladsgade 1, Odense
10.00 : Welcome by Jacob Mentz, Director of International Affairs at UCL
                Welcome by Anabela Mesquita, SPACE President, ISCAP Porto
The main focus of this 3-day meeting will be on project development. We will work in project development teams, coordinated by members who have knowledge to share in the field of application of RDI in PHE institutions, innovation and entrepreneurship, e-learning and credit mobility.
To consider: at present our society is facing numerous challenges like demographic challenges (ageing population, migration flows), inclusion and citizenship (social diversity, integration of migrants, need for critical thinking, disparity of values, inequalities), technological change and the future of work (automation and artificial intelligence, uncertainty about future skills needs, need for creativity and entrepreneurship), digitalisation of society (lack of digital skills, challenges of exploiting digital tools, inequalities in access to digital resources), environmental challenges (environmental degradation, growing consumerism, barriers to sustainable development), investment, reforms and governance (competitiveness, changes in approach to teaching and learning (see DG EAC).
10.30 – 12.30  Interactive workshop 1: Research, Development and Innovation (RDI)
We exchange ideas about project development and knowledge sharing: RDI Process integration refers to the way RDI meets the needs of society and the world of work. The core criterion for it in PHE is that researchers seek and provide input from and to the world of work and value stakeholders’ requests and contributions. How to enhance the process at institutional level ?
•             Chair: Jacob Mentz, UCL
•             Referee: Anabela Mesquita, ISCAP and SPACE President
12:30 – 14:00  Lunch
14:00 – 16:00  Interactive Workshop 2:  Interactive workshop e-learning
and new technologies
Project development and Knowledge sharing:
E-learning and the impact of new technologies across contemporary life is a very significant field to education. In the workshop we will a.o. discuss if online learning can facilitate deep learning? if collaborative learning communities can be developed and sustained using current and new technologies? if a study of the learning process can help us to find the relevant points to set up some interesting characteristics of a really functional e-learning system.
•             Chair and referee: Anabela Mesquita, ISCAP and SPACE President                                                          •          Referee: Elke Kitzelmann, UIBK, Austria, SPACE Vice-President
16:00 – 16:30  Presentation and discussions of ongoing UCL projects
UCL colleagues offer knowledge sharing and input to further development and exploitation of Pedagogical and World of Work projects. Let’s join them!
•             Chair and referee: Elke Kitzelmann, UIBK, Austria, SPACE Vice-President
19:00     Dinner  Odeon: sponsored by UCL
Tuesday 2nd of October 2018
09.30 – 11.00  Interactive Workshop 3: Career Counselling and employability
We exchange ideas about project development and knowledge sharing: using data in career counselling – and in the process of building connections with stakeholders in the local job market. How are we developing this in our own country? How successful ? What are the bottleneck jobs at present?
•             Chair: Morten Lassen, Career counsellor UCL
•             Referee: Annemie Van den Dries, SPACE project manager
11:00 – 12:30   Workshop 4:  EU app
 – Sebastian Schwepcke
He wants us to focus on the app Xchange4EU and discuss opportunities we could have to develop projects using this app for our students exchanges, and even for companies’ expansions in Europe. Some critics think the biggest problem of the EU is different cultures not understanding each other anymore. One reason might be lacking empathy for the other’s problem due to not knowing the other one´s culture. Everything working too well over the last decades led to people neglecting efforts for cultural exchange. A lack of cultural exchange, tolerance and understanding might cause essential problems within the EU. And this is all about what colleague Schwepcke wants us to reflect on and perhaps join him in developing a new EU project.      
 •            Chair and referee: Elke Kitzelmann, UIBK, Austria, SPACE Vice-President
12:30 – 14:00  Lunch
14:00 – 15:30  Interactive Workshop 5: Global outreach
We exchange ideas about project development and knowledge sharing esp. : what is ERASMUS+ International Credit mobility, what are our experiences when applying, running and disseminating credit mobility projects.
•             Chair Malin Burstrøm, project manager UCL
•             Referee: Regitze Kristensen, SPACE R1D manager
15:30 – 16:00  Coffee break
16:00 – 18:00  Workshop 6: Ready for Erasmus+ Call 2019? And post-2020?
Wild ideas for a new Erasmus+ project? Here we go! – Annemie Van den dries, SPACE
•             Chair: Luc Broes, SPACE Financial manager
•             Referee: Elke Kitzelmann, SPACE Vice-president
19:00     Dinner Nordatlantisk Hus: sponsored by SPACE network
Wednesday 3rd of October 2018
09:00 – 11:00:  Visit to the Danish Television Company, TV2
The visit begins in the TV 2's cinema, where a guide introduces the history of the house, organization, public service commitment, financing, program planning, viewer count, advertisements, etc. You will also visit the big news study.
11.30 – 12:30: summing up from the workshops – reports from the referees and next steps
•             Chair: Anabela Mesquita, ISCAP and SPACE President
•             Referee:   Annemarie Van den dries, SPACE Project manager

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