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Innovative Engineering Teaching Unit in International Context

Abstract : This communication is intended to disseminate the first learnings and outcomes of an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project (2018-1-DE1-KA203-00423) realized between Sept. 2018 and Aug. 2021 by 4 European applied science universities. The InT#Tech (International Transfer of cooperative study programmes in Europe: Scientific expectations, challenges and potentials) project's aim is the development of an international module for coop-students (apprentices), focusing on the digital transformation of engineering, i.e. the use of massive electronic data in design, manufacturing, mobility and facility management. After comparing the different models of coop-studies and identifying common requirements among the partners, after achieving a first level of cooperation during a Summer School, the most challenging task of the project was to imagine, develop, implement and analyse the execution of an innovative teaching unit, constituted of autonomous and supervised work, individual and team-based tasks in international context, theory and practice, distant and local lectures, academic and industrial inputs, so as to be able to grant ECTS credits to the participating coop-students. The paper includes recommendations to universities willing to implement a similar programme.
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Dominique Deneux, Christian Goëtz, Katja Kuhn, Lisa Raab, Jorma Säteri, et al.. Innovative Engineering Teaching Unit in International Context. CETSIS ( Enseignement des Technologies et des Sciences de l'Information et des Systèmes.), Jun 2021, Valenciennes (en ligne), France. ⟨hal-03690525⟩



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