The main aim of ECCOE was to facilitate the endorsement and appropriation of open, online and flexible higher education. In support of this overarching objective, the project aimed to increase trust in technology-enabled credentials among students, higher education institutions (HEIs) and employers.
ECCOE was an Erasmus+ project which ran from September 2019 to August 2022. All results are available for re-use under a Creative Commons BY licence unless otherwise stated.
Activities and outputs
- Develop quality descriptors for credentials relating to courses, modules, MOOCs and groups of competences;
- Create and validate a Model Credit Recognition Agreement which will be available in 6 languages (DE, EN, FR, IT, LT, NL);
- Set up an online catalogue of over 60 disciplinary and transversal modules which have passed the selection criteria for cross-institution recognition;
- Design a system for technology-enabled credentials;
- Lay the ground for wider take-up via the ECCOE-System network and piloting, by producing and disseminating the supporting documentation that institutional stakeholders need.
National events took place in the different partner Member States to disseminate the results and involve external stakeholders in ECCOE activities, with the support of public consultations, research papers, online resources, and social media.
Lithuanian Multiplier Event: Practical discussion-creating a microcredential
On 15 June 2022, the European Credit Clearinghouse for Opening…