The HACK-IT education project aims to create a sustainable network of educational institutions that operate both online and IRL in countries and regions with different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
The project addresses the imperatives to create more flexible and inclusive as well as secure technology enhanced open education that can be delivered in online, blended, and distance modes of teaching/learning.
The objectives of HACK-IT project seek:
- to create a sustainable network of educational institutions operating both online and face-to-face in regions with different cultural as well as socio-economic backgrounds for exchanging existing practices, expertise and increasing virtual mobility of teachers and students.
- to develop a sustainable ICT based methodology built on innovative T/L methods, pedagogical approaches, digital literacy and tools, that can be applied in different disciplines (subjects/courses).
- to pilot the sustainable ICT based methodology (learning materials and scenarios with recommendations) in different learning settings within different study fields/areas and multicultural settings (e.g. engineering, business and economics, computing, humanities, arts, mathematical, physical, social and technological sciences) and evaluate the level of efficiency of different pedagogies and tools in engaging students in active learning process.
- to disseminate project outcomes and tangible outputs, and offer recommendations for further adaptability and use of the open access methodology.
Project Manager: Namrata Sethi
Duration: February 2022 - January 2025
Partners: Instituto Politecnico de Braganca, Portugal (coordinator), Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, Universidad de Granada, Spain and University West, Sweden