MULE project kick-off in Bremen

At the kick-off meeting of the project "MULE – Multimedia Learning Environment for Work-Based Learning Tasks for VET-Students in the Sector of Applied Informatics", the project partners from Germany, Italy, Serbia and Spain came together to discuss strategies and applied methods within the project. The project aims to improve vocational education in the field of applied computer science by capturing current industry trends through learning and work tasks. These are integrated into the curricula in order to contribute to the competency development of VET-students.
Project partners at the kick-off meeting

On the first day of the meeting, the topics of project management and dissemination were presented by the partners ITB and Novi Sad School of Business. On the second day, workshops were held on the concepts of professional spheres of activity and transversal competences, led by the University of Bergamo and ITB. The workshops were very interactive and stimulating, and it became clear that especially the identification of spheres of activities is a challenge for applied informatics, but one that is considered feasible by all partners. Unfortunately, the colleagues from the Basque Country were unable to attend the meeting in person due to the snow chaos in Munich, but they were connected via Zoom and were also able to make their valuable contributions to the meeting. The meeting was a successful start to the project and strengthened cooperation between the partners.

Further information about the research project and a video of the project meeting can be found via the link in the blue box.