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Early technical challenges in producing a joint online master’s programme in EMMA – LTI solution explored

The following statement is taken from the EMMA project website: “The EMMA programme will be delivered online, allowing future students to study from anywhere”. It is a great undertaking and one with challenges both pedagogically and technically. In Output 5 of the programme, we have so far explored both of these challenges, but in this […]


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EMMA Quality Assurance Shows Us The Way Further

Why Quality Assurance is needed in a project? A successful and ambitious process most often needs to be reflected and monitored on regular basis. EMMA consortium is creating something very new and innovative. The development of the European master on healthy and active ageing creates common practices and shared conceptual knowledge, and the on-line master […]


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Developing the EMMA Curriculum Framework

Today – and even more in the future – we need new professionals from different disciplines to promote active ageing and age-friendly society. Erasmus + EMMA project is developing a new master program to   offer the possibility of learning together both from different disciplines and different European countries and cultures. EMMA partner universities from Austria, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Portugal […]


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EMMA: Development of New European Master’s

EMMA “Master’s in Active  Ageing  and  Age-friendly  Society”,  an Erasmus Strategic Partnership program preparation started in autumn 2020.  Six European countries, Austria, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Slovenia were awarded Erasmus + Strategic partnership fund for three years. The aim is to develop a master level programme, scheduled to be ready for accreditation in autumn […]