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HU-VOLUTION

Fecha de inicio: 19 Dec 2022

HU-VOLUTION aims for European universities to empower designers in the habitat sector with the necessary competences to initiate a successful transition towards the New European Bauhaus and Society 5.0, towards more sustainable, aesthetic and inclusive spaces. HU-VOLUTION will develop innovative lifelong learning in higher education with a double objective: to promote the use of digital tools in education and to boost green skills aligned with the New Bauhaus in habitat design.


 
 
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Código de proyecto - 2022-1-DE01-KA220-HED-000088443

Expected results:

1

A joint competence map and curriculum for the New European Bauhaus and the preparation for the 5.0 society on design of environments.


2

Innovative digital training resources and practical exercises.


3

HU-VOLUTION online platform where future trainees will complete the proposed training and obtain micro-credentials.


4

A guide for the implementation of HU-VOLUTION results by Higher Education organisations based on a trial training experience carried out in the framework of the project.


Project partners

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Alemania

CEIPES
Italia

CETEM
España

Technical University in Zvolen
Eslovaquia

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