Outcomes in WP1
Data collection on European UAS applied research and regional cooperation
WP Leader EURASHE
The aim of the WP, composed by 5 tasks, is to 1) obtain an overarching mapping of the previous work done in defining the UAS applied RDI and its role; 2) Defining the suitable indicators on applied RDI; 3) Finding national best practise examples; 4) Map the current national situation, its needs and development possibilities.
This report represents one of the key outputs of the ERASMUS+ project Mapping Regional Engagement Activities of European Universities of Applied Sciences (UASiMAP). The report describes universities of applied sciences (UAS) in Ireland, which are known nationally as institutes of technology and…
The report presents the situation of Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) and their regional engage- ment in Hungary. The purpose of this report is to present important analytical data and explain the present situation, evolution, and trends of development of the Professional Higher Educa-…
The report presents the situation of Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) and their regional engage- ment in Flanders (Belgium). The purpose of this report is to present important analytical data and explain the present situation, evolution, and trends of development of the Professional Higher…
Literature review on the regional engagement of universities of applied sciences is published
This literature review focuses on the selected set of relevant resources including articles, reports and projects results which highlight indicators about HEIs’ regional engagement or provide a…
The first report on regional engagement of Universities of Applied Sciences has been published.
This report presents one of the key outputs from the ERASMUS+ project Mapping Regional Engagement Activities of European Universities of Applied Sciences (UASiMAP) and it presents the…
Outcomes in WP2
Development of the UAS self-refection tool
WP Leader CHES
The overall aim of the WP, composed by 4 tasks, is to: 1) Analyse the data collected from the different sources in WP1; 2) Define a working definition for the project on UAS applied RDI characteristics; 3) Develop alternative indicators to measure the impact of UAS activities; 4) Develop self-refection tools for the UAS.
Outcomes in WP3
Development (testing) of the self-refection tool
WP Leader CCISP
The overall aim of the WP is to: 1) Test the self-refection tool created in WP2; 2) Review and edit the tested working definition, tool and indicators based on the testing; 3) Validate the alternative indicators and working definition developed in WP2.
Outcomes in WP4
Sustaining the UAS impact cooperation
WP Leader THEA
The overall aim of this WP, composed by 5 tasks, is to: 1) Re-evaluate and validate the working definition of the role of UAS applied RDI and regional knowledge transfer and co- operation; 2) Identify the need for future development needs and possibilities and propose new areas for development within the UAS/PHE in the upcoming years; 3) Finalise and mainstream the project database; 4) Create policy recommendations based on project results.
Outcomes in WP5
WP Leader TTK
The WP5 will manage the quality of the project management and performance. It will consist of the main activity of Quality and Risk Management Plan, to effectively support the project internal quality management.
Outcomes in WP6
Project Management and Coordination
WP Leader EURASHE
The aim of the WP, composed by 5 tasks, is to guarantee and evaluate the quality of the project management and the outputs. The project will draw upon EURASHE’s experience of efficient and effective project management, and will utilise best-practice governance structures and tools to execute the project.
Outcomes in WP7
Project Exploitation and Dissemination
WP Leader AUGENTES
The aim of the WP is to: 1) Create a common visual design for the project to maximise the publicity for the project and its outputs. This will include developing joint messages and templates in order to guarantee the consistency of the project communications; 2) Promote the project and its results and outputs as widely as possible; 3) Stakeholder analysis; 4) Presentations at events; 5) Project publications.