Final Report Assessment: VALERU Considered as “Best Practice”
Jul27

Final Report Assessment: VALERU Considered as “Best Practice”

Good results were achieved at the final report assessment of the VALERU project by the EACEA. The assessor were pleased by the VALERU project development and outcomes. They positively mentioned the high number of visitors on valeru.net, the Erasmus+ Jean Monet framework as a follow-up activity of VALERU, that we attracted also the interest of Asian researchers in Indenesia (Helmy S. Alam went through level 1 and 2 of the valeru...

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VALERU Youtube Channel

To support the sustainability of the project, the VALERU Youtube Channel was launched! It contains videos explaining the project cause and VNIL in general, recorded training sessions as well as impressions of past training sessions in the Russian Federation!...

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VNIL Vocabulary in Russian Language
Dec01

VNIL Vocabulary in Russian Language

During the VALERU project it became clear that certain wordings and phrases regarding the validation of non-formal and informal learning do not exist in Russian Language yet. Therefore a VNIL vocabulary was developed in Russian language, which contains the explanation and russian equivalents for the following concepts: CLASSIFICATION of HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS CREDIT LIFELONG LEARNING RECOGNITION DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT, DS LEARNING...

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VALERU VNIL Expert Pool is Growing!
Nov23

VALERU VNIL Expert Pool is Growing!

  Today the first VALERU VNIL expert on advanced level passed the assessment! Congratulations to Ivan Uspenskyi from MIIGAiK! Next to the advanced level, up to now also 60 VNIL specialists on introductory level and 53 specialists on intermediate level went through the VALERU VNIL training in order to make a change in Higher Education towards student-centered, learning outcome based and inclusive education.   Thank you for...

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VALERU Final Conference: Look Back
Nov16

VALERU Final Conference: Look Back

Jan 27, 2017 @ 1:01 pm Time is flying! The VALERU final conference took place October 12 at Swissotel Moscow Krasnye Holmyand as well as the last project meeting on October 13. We collected valuable input from the more than 100 conference participants at the final conference. The conference timetable was full with interesting presentations, key notes, plenary sessions and discussions. The implementation of VNIL in the Russian...

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Presentations from the final VALERU conference are available online

  Learning Café 1, Eva Cendon VNIL: theory, history and practice, Jon Talbot VNIL IN THE IVORY TOWER: Non-Formal and Informal Learning in the Context of Higher Education in the United States, Marc Singer Nov 18, 2016 @ 11:10...

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