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If you are joining us for the next Learning Networks event in Glasgow on 24 May we look forward to seeing you! When registering, we asked you to fill in a short survey to give us your view on what you would find useful to be discussed during the meeting. Here’s what you told us you would like to see and how this will be a part of the day. 1. How to disseminate on a shoestring The first thing you...
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As projects are progressing through the year, we have put together a selection of five top tips for using the European Commission’s online management and reporting system, otherwise known as Mobility Tool+ (MT+). In doing so, we hope to answer some of the common questions we receive and help you to feel more confident when using the tool.   1. Are you using the correct web address? First and...
tanya
2017 marks 30 years of the Erasmus+ programme and to celebrate the anniversary, we are collecting stories and memories from various participants.  We caught up with Tania Habimana about the lessons she learned from her Erasmus experience and how it helped her secure her future career.  Tania studied international business and German at Cardiff University and had the opportunity to take part in...
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Jonny Lear, Content Coordinator for EPALE UK,  discusses the upcoming ‘Digital and eLearning’ pan-European online discussion on EPALE and how Erasmus+ projects can get involved discussing the Upskilling Pathways Initiative and develop and reinforce transnational networks.    In a digitally driven economy and society it is important everyone has the wide set of skills, knowledge and competence to...
participants from Bath College
International Women's Day takes place every year on 8 March and this year the theme is #BeBoldForChange. International Women's Day is all about challenging bias and inequality celebrating women's achievements and championing women's education. Let's take a look at five ways Erasmus+ has been striving to achieve these goals! 1. Through the origins of Erasmus+ In our recent blog post we spoke...