Hum@n Training Strategy is a direct outcome of the Erasmus+ Hum@n project, co-funded by the European Union. The project aims to develop a set of tools and guidelines addressed to higher education educators and professors in the field of humanities (literature, history, geography, philosophy etc.) with the goal to improve their ICT skills, teaching performance and consequently the attainment of their students and motivation.
The HUM@N – Digital Transformation in Humanities” project objectives:
- Improving educators’ ICT skills and competences.
- Providing teachers with user-friendly and adaptable tools to improve their teaching performance.
- Improving students’ motivation and engagement.
The project consortium was selected on the principle that within the partnership, all the different competences must be present to achieve project results and represent the different European cultures, thus to have enough viewpoints and achieve outputs with a strong potential of adaptability and transferability. In particular, there are four higher education institutions representing the different fields of humanities studies from the United Kingdom, Slovenia, Romania and Estonia. There are also three different European-wide networks representing the HE sectors, Geographers and Digital Education. Finally, there is a technical partner who supports the partnership in developing the necessary tools.