Learning COMPASS: open pathways in a sea of learning

 

  

 

 

The COMPASS project is working on a twofold objective to modernise higher education institutions: to support the discovery of new learning opportunities and to develop flexible lifelong learning pathways. If you are interested in these lines of research, you can learn more about this project at the event organized at the Puerta de Toledo Campus of the UC3M, on July 2, 2018. For more information and the complete programme, please visit http://compass.gast.it.uc3m.es/ and don't forget to bring your laptop or tablet!

 

 

** with the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the EU  

The decade that we have embarked upon presents enormous challenges for Europe. According to the fundamental goal of the ET 2020 WP: “Making lifelong learning and mobility a reality”, economic, technological and organizational changes impose new demands for a Europe more responsive to the labor market’s requirements. Flexible pathways have an important potential for encouraging participation in lifelong learning. In this framework, the COMPASS project aims at facilitating the discovery of learning opportunities, as well as the composition of flexible lifelong learning pathways through standard-based online services. 

Join us at the UC3M Puerta de Toledo campus for benefiting from the new online services and underlying information model supporting competences-oriented discovery of courses, building of learning pathways for professional development, and personalised job profiles!
 
Who is this event addressed to? 
- Students willing to embark European mobility programmes
- Professionals eager to direct their own longlife learning path
- Professors and HEI providers aiming at publishing and advertising their courses and making them available to a wider audience of European students and professional workers.
- Human resources departments attempting to target candidates who best fulfill their job profiles requirements
- Educational application developers willing to make their learning applications compliant with existing standards for competences-based education 

 

 

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