EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCES IN ERASMUS+ PROJECTS


Exchange of experiences in Erasmus+ projects

On May 25, 2016, Erasmus+ National Office in Moldova held a working session of the Erasmus+ Capacity Building projects selected in 2015 (Library Network Support Services: modernizing libraries in Armenia, Moldova and Belarus through library staff development and reforming libraries 561633, Creating Moldovan E-network for promoting innovative e-teaching in the continuing professional education – 561820, Introducing Problem Based Learning in Moldova: Toward Enhancing Students Competitiveness and Employability - 561884)  with Mrs. France Dantin, responsible for Moldova from the Executive Agency for Culture, Education and Audiovisual (EACEA).


The objective of the meeting was to exchange experience in projects managed and identifying problems to obtain assistance and advice from the EACEA and the National Office Erasmus +.

The working meeting was held after the following agenda:

1.     General view of projects / updated situation - 10/15 minutes per project.

2.     Presenting difficulties in project implementation.

3.     Discussions on new rules in project implementation.

4.     Other (question and answer).

Project Library Network Support Services: modernizing libraries in Armenia, Moldova and Belarus through library staff development and reforming libraries 561 633, was presented by the project team of the Academy of Public Administration composed of: Mrs. Rodica Sobieski-Camerzan, project manager, Mrs. Silvia Dulschi, researcher and Andrei Tabun, administrative staff.

The representatives reiterated their purpose and objectives, specifically focused on the first results of the project: Kick off meeting to launch the project LNSS March 2016 Brasov; training "English for Specific Purposes". 4 to 5 April 2016, USB, 7 to 8 April 2016, AAP.

The participants, representatives of higher educational institutions in Moldova appreciated the importance of projects under Erasmus+ in the process of Moldova's accession to the Bologna Process, which will lead to a radical reform of the system, equipping educational institutions in Moldova professional equipment, creating career guidance centers and offices of intellectual property, the expansion of mobility for teachers and for students.

Participants also raised questions about the conduct of the projects deal with some matters financial. Ms. France Dantin, project manager at the Executive Agency for Culture, Education and Audiovisual (EACEA in Brussels) and the coordinator country for Moldova, answered questions and expressed hope that the education reforms initiated by Erasmus+ will have continuity. Erasmus+ represents the primary tool of European Union assistance to support the reform process in higher education in countries outside the EU.

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