The e-VALUATE project focused on the academic recognition of standalone e-learning programmes such as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Small Private Online Courses (SPOCs), as well as improving refugees’ access to higher education. The project explored the current situation surrounding online learning, including quality assurance, authenticity and credit transfer. It also examined the types of information higher education institutions would need to recognise online learning.
The project resulted in the completion of several publications aimed at supporting the recognition of online learning, namely:
The e-VALUATE project was funded by the European Union via the Erasmus+ Programme.
The project was led by Nuffic (Netherlands) in partnership with the following ENIC-NARICs :
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