After calling for the inclusion of stakeholders, like universities, in the governance of the new...
On 30 November, the European Commission published the 2022 call for proposals for alliances...
EUA welcomes the approval of the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science and recognises its...
The call for contributions for the 2022 EUA Annual Conference, entitled “University values: what, why and how?”, is now open. The call seeks proposals for presentations.Read more
EUA is looking for two new members for the Learning & Teaching Steering Committee, which oversees EUA’s Learning & Teaching policies and activities.Read more
The call for participation in the 2022 Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Groups is now open for EUA member institutions. The current call addresses issues that emerged as particularly pertinent during the first year of the Covid-19 crisis.Read more
As elsewhere in the world, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, universities in the EHEA have had to adjust to the sanitary measures. EUA conducted a snapshot survey of its national rectors’ conference members to create an overview of the continued impact of the pandemic on higher education institutions at the beginning of the academic year 2021/22. The survey focussed on education provision and practices regarding vaccination and testing.
This EUA position outlines the preliminary findings of a major study on innovation at European universities. It captures the different levels of innovation capacity at universities, as well as how these levels contribute to a wide range of impacts and social outcomes.
We must fundamentally address how to shape learning in the digital transformation. Breaking down the “Hagen Manifesto on New Learning”, Annabel Bils from FernUniversität explains why now is the time to develop concepts that create radically new approaches.
Challenges presented by the contemporary world require researchers to acquire entrepreneurial skills and build bridges between academia and business. Startup co-founder Paweł Gora shares his experience with initiatives that support researchers in developing an entrepreneurial spirit and provide guidance on implementing best practices.
Citizen Science Skilling for Library Staff, Researchers, and the Public, the first part of the four-part book series named Citizen Science for Research Libraries — A Guide, has been published by the LIBER Citizen Science Working Group.
The FAIRsFAIR project will hold its Final Event on 25, 26 and 27 January 2022, consisting of a series of internal and public meetings to consolidate the project final results before its official end in February 2022.