A research paper analysing the implementation of the Erasmus+ programme has been published by Juha Kettunen from Turku University of Applied Sciences. The research paper includes CARPE-ESSENCE project as one case example. This project is one of the ways in which TUAS participates in the international cooperation of Erasmus+ network.
Project CARPE-ESSENCE is excecuted in cooperation with Stichting Hogeschool Utrecht, Universitat Politècnica de València, The Manchester Metropolitan University and Hochschule fuer Angewandte Wissenschaften. The main goal of CARPE-ESSENCE is to create an international, interdisciplinary curriculum, where students of several universities will learn about issues concerning sustainability in the urban environment. Read Kettunen’s findings on this and other Erasmus+ projects in his paper, titled The Implementation of the Erasmus+ Programme – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices in the field of education, training and youth (Key Action 2).
Resource-efficient business research group if quite active in developing sustainability related e-learning.
Read the full research paper here: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/STUD/2016/581414/EPRS_STU(2016)581414_EN.pdf
Learn more about CARPE-ESSENCE: http://husite.nl/essence/
More information also: Jenni Suominen and Henna Knuutila