The project was centered around 'stand-alone e-learning', most notably Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), and Small Private Online Courses (SPOCs).
The outcomes of e-VALUATE are of broad use for the academic recognition of MOOCs and SPOCs. There was also a special focus on improving refugees' access to higher education.
The e-VALUATE project:
- provided an overview of the current state of play regarding online learning. This includes issues such as quality assurance, credit transfer and authenticity.
- undertook a needs assessment of the type of information higher education institutions required for the recognition of online learning.
- produced several publications tailored to different stakeholders in online learning. Find them under publications.
Funding and partners
The project was co-funded by Erasmus+.
The e-VALUATE consortium is composed of the following ENIC-NARIC representatives:
- NARIC Denmark
- NARIC Lithuania
- NARIC Norway
- NARIC Ireland
- UK NARIC
- Nuffic (NARIC the Netherlands)
The Vice-President of the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee, KIRON open higher education for refugees and the European Consortium for Accreditation in higher education (ECA) are members of the Project Steering Group.
Contact and more information
For more information about e-VALUATE, please contact the project coordinators, Ms Jenneke Lokhoff and Mr Bas Wegewijs, by filling in our contact form or calling +31 (0)70 - 426 02 60.