Practical experiences from the development of the European Entrepreneurship Micro-Minor

Join the Erasmus Portfolio Project Webinar on Nov 24th and hear practical experiences from the development of the European Entrepreneurship Micro-Minor.
Erasmus Portfolio Project Webinar takes place on Nov 24 at 9-12 CET

We are glad to announce our first webinar event entitled “Exploring inter-connected education through a distributed and blended European Entrepreneurship Minor”.  In this event, we will share our experience in designing and implementing our inter-connected education project, called “Portfolio”, conducted by five European universities in the frame of Erasmus+.

The webinar is open for everyone and free of charge.

​TO WHOM: Educators, teachers, students, professors, academic staff, policy makers or anyone interested in new approaches to teaching and Inter-connected European Education.

​WHEN: Friday 24.11.2023 at 10:00-13:00

WHERE: Online webinar (open and free of charge, the link will be sent by email one day before the event)


Times in the programme below are in CET. 

09:00-09:45  Designing the Future of Learning - Experiences from Aalto University; Dr. Tomi Kauppinen, Head of Aalto Online Learning-Online Hybrid Lab, Aalto University.

09:45–10:15  Development and assessment of Distributed and Blended micro-courses on European Entrepreneurship; Dr. Alberto Tejero, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.

10:15–10:45  Guidelines for implementing the remote part of the European Entrepreneurship Minor; Dr. Alvaro Pina Stranger, University of Rennes.

10:45–11:30  Why we need global networks for Secure and Interoperable Digital Credentials?; Kathleen Clancy Senior Desk Officer Digitalisation, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

11:30–12:00  Panel Discussion by the experts.


Please register latest 22th November via event page:


The PORTFOLIO project aims to provide HEIs with evidence-based knowledge and know-how concerning

  • digital transformation,
  • inter-connected higher education systems, and
  • innovative learning and teaching practices.

With the support of Erasmus+, we have designed and implemented a distributed and blended European Entrepreneurship Minor. After being tested and improved twice (2023-2024), our “Distributed minor” will allow us to develop a Framework for implementing inter-connected teaching and learning practices. 

The project will deliver some concrete and practical outputs, such as guidelines offering support, for example, in:

  • implementing strategies for the recognition of students’ learning outcomes across universities,
  • identifying local (at a teacher level) and global (at an institutional level) constraints, and
  • creating and managing inter-university pedagogical teams

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