Gender, Digitalization, Green: Ensuring a Sustainable Future for all in Europe

Project Details

Description

A partnership of 5 universities (USAMV & UPB-RO, UAB-ES, U Porto-PT & U Uzhhorod-UK) prepared the proposal for econtent on topics of European Green Deal (EGD) & digital learning methodologies based on chatbot, gamification & AI.
Project duration is 2.5 years. Target-groups: postgraduate students & professors involved in Green Eng. & IT. The objectives are the elaboration of curricula, content & focus seminars for EGD topics, & digital education methods by integrating gender equity.The project’ activities:
1. Elaboration of the curriculum & content for EGD with modules on Climate Change, Green Energy, Industrial Strategy for
Circular Economy, Green Agriculture, Biodiversity, and Zero Pollution & 2 focus seminars: (1) Carbon Footprint Calculation
& (2) Environmental Kuznets Curve.
2. Realization of the digital education techniques (chatbot solutions, gamification techniques, AI methods) used for
knowledge assessment.
3. Monitoring, evaluation & dissemination of the results.
With 5 WPs, the project ‘results are:
a) tangible:
1. Curricula and content with 6 modules on EGD main topics: Climate Change, Green Energy, Ind. Strategy for Circular
Economy, Green Agriculture, Biodiversity, & Zero Pollution & 2 focus seminars.
2. Implementation of digital education methodologies based on chatbot solutions, gamification, and AI techniques.
b) intangible:
1. Improved application of digital education
2. Increased awareness on EGD.
3. Fostering a gender-sensitive work environme
AcronymGEEA
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/09/2328/02/26

Collaborative partners

  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)
  • University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest (USAMV) (lead)
  • Bucharest Polytechnic University
  • University of Porto (U.Porto)
  • State University "Uzhhorod National University"

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