The CoLED Project
CoLED – Collaborative Learning Environment for Engineering Education
The project aims to develop a training system supporting the teaching methods based on cooperation using social media to support group communication and participant motivation and to evaluate educational progress and activities. A trial training will be aimed at students of technical sciences and anyone interested in investing in the production process automation.
Planned project results (products):
- IO1 CoLED Teaching Methodology – a methodology including detailed information on actual needs requirements and preferences of target groups and guidelines for using CoLED platform and available teaching materials;
- IO2 CoLED Guides – a short description of portal functions and teaching materials;
- IO3 CoLED Training Platform – an innovative ICT platform supporting common teaching, group interactions, teaching gamification, group communication, evaluation of team tasks and projects, group discussions, identification of user activity etc.
- IO4 CoLED Training – practice-based teaching resources for anyone interested in introducing solutions for automation and robotics.
The CoLED Project target groups:
- entrepreneurs and enterprise employees aiming to improve competitiveness of their parent companies and their own qualifications;
- prospective entrepreneurs and students willing to develop manufacturing businesses;
- universities and research centres;
- VET trainers and VET suppliers.
Implementation timeframe: 01/10/2018 – 31/12/2020
Budget: 66.830,00 EUR (PIAP)
Project subsidized by the European Union, implemented as part of the ‘ERASMUS+’ programme, Action 2: Strategic partnerships under contract no. 2018-1-PL01-KA202-050777 between PIAP and the European Commission.
Project type: international research project
PIAP – Poland
- PIAP – Poland
- PRO-MED – Poland
- University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Sciences and Technology of Tirgu-Mures – Italy
- AidLearn, Consultoria em Recursos Humanos Lda. – Portugal
- ECQ – Bulgaria
This project has received funding from the European Union’s ERASMUS+ programme (the EU Programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020).