The purpose of the Strategic Partnerships application type is to support the development, transfer and implementation of innovative practices, as well as the implementation of joint initiatives in support of cooperation, peer learning and the exchange of experience at European level. Projects implemented in the framework of international cooperation contribute to the improvement of the quality of education and training in Europe and Hungary. The aim is to produce results that will be used by the partnership institutions and their wider environment even after the projects have closed.
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The goal of the QuILL project is to enable language teachers working in higher education to acquire the skills needed in the areas of innovative teaching methods, digital technologies and quality language teaching.
You can reach the project website here: https://quill.pixel-online.org/
The project has three main objectives:
- to search for, select and review high-quality digital foreign language teaching resources
- prepare language teachers for the use of digital methods and technologies
- improve the quality of existing digital language teaching materials
Expected results of the QuILL project:
- An online training package on digital technologies that can be used in language training in higher education.
- Language teaching higher education professionals will be able to create and apply digitally based language teaching materials.
- A collection of materials using certified digital technology
Professional contents to be developed:
1. A collection of free digital language teaching programs in 18 European languages
2. An online in-service training package for language teachers in higher education
3. A guide to high quality digital language teaching
The project was submitted by the Instituto Politecnico de Bragança (PT) under the Erasmus + Call for Proposals (KA2 Strategic Partnerships) and will be coordinated by Pixel (IT).
Partners involved in the project:
Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Hungary;
Alma Mater Studiorum - Universita Di Bologna, Italy;
Alexandru Ioan University of Cuza Din Iasi, Romania;
Universidad de Cordoba, Spain;
Vilnius University, Lithuania.