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E-Teach Project Meeting Took place on 1 February 2024

Updated: Apr 3

The Vrije Universiteit Brussel hosted on the 1st of February 2024 the latest transnational meeting of the e-Teach Project in the morning. The meeting was attended by participants from all partners institutions including Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Baltic Education Technology Institute, University of Social Sciences, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu and University of Helsinki and University of Social Sciences (SAN). The afternoon session expanded to welcome both E-Teach Partners and members of the LEAD Academic Network, fostering an even broader dialogue on academic innovation.

The latest transnational meeting was a pivotal moment for the E-Teach Project, marking the culmination of key phases and the successful achievement of its objectives. Attendees engaged in a comprehensive review of follow-up points from previous sessions, celebrating the effective translation and wide dissemination of essential project outputs. The meeting also underscored the importance of a detailed documentation and reporting on the multiplier events, stressing the need for detailed records, including participant numbers, institutions involved, and evaluation forms. Furthermore, the meeting offered the opportunity to discuss and clarify partners' contribution to complete the dissemination report, project summary and quality assurance. The meeting concluded with partners’ discussion and summary about the evolution, progress, and collaboration of the E-teach project.

The afternoon session is an integrated meeting of the E-Teach project and the LEAD Academic Network meeting. This meeting started with an introduction to the LEAD Academic Network and its work plan for 2024, followed by an engaging networking session featuring contributions from academic leaders from partner institutions who introduced their institutions, research interests, and current projects. This session fostered a rich exchange of ideas and opportunities for collaboration across borders. A highlight of the meeting was the panel on Digital Academic Leadership, moderated by Prof. Chang Zhu, which featured a diverse group of experts sharing their perspectives on the digital age's challenges and opportunities for leadership in academia.

The E-Teach Meeting & LEAD Academic Network Meeting not only celebrated past achievements but also set the stage for future endeavors and further cooperation, emphasizing the importance of collaboration, innovation, and leadership in the evolving landscape of education.



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