UNICA EduLAB

The UNICA EduLAB Group, formerly known as Bologna Lab Coordinators Group, focuses on the implications of the Bologna Process for European Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and the transformation of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The group places its focus on new concepts and the latest developments in university teaching and learning, including student-centred learning, recognition of teaching excellence, new teaching technologies and learning environments, European Universities Alliances, among others.

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Activities of this Working Group include an annual meeting, organization and participation in events dedicated to the development of the EHEA, participation in European projects for the advancement of HEIs, and endorsement of statements and policy papers.

The Group was established in 2002 under the name UNICA Bologna Lab Coordinators Group, which organised Bologna Labs – annual meetings for Bologna Coordinators that addressed the challenges and best practices related to the implementation of the Bologna Process. Ten years after the group’s foundation, members decided to look beyond the Bologna Process to reshape its activities in the light of the changing European Higher Education landscape. The redesigned UNICA EduLAB started its endeavor in 2014.

UNICA EduLAB sub-group for the development of a Glossary of Terms related to the Higher Education Area

An EduLAB sub-group was created in November 2021 with the aim of developing a glossary of terms related to the HE area and offer a common perspective and understanding at the level of UNICA Member Universities on specific issues, such as micro-credentials, learning modules, recognition of learning, portability, mobility, digital learning, etc.

Coordinator of the sub-group: Janika Leoste, Chief specialist in entrepreneurial cooperation and innovation, School of Educational Sciences and Researcher in educational robotics, Tallinn University

Members of the sub-group:

  • Alexandru-Mihai Carțiș, University of Bucharest
  • Raimonda Markeviciene, Vilnius University
  • Vera Stastna, Charles University
  • Jolanta Urbanikowa, University of Warsaw

For more information about the sub-group, please contact: Laura Brossico (laura.brossico@unica-network.eu) and Viki Csonka (viki.csonka@unica-network.eu)

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