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The GO-DIJIP Project has recently launched a Handbook and Policy Recommendations to guide Joint Programme (JP) coordinators, higher education institutions (HEIs), and policy makers in sustainably integrating digital collaborative elements into JPs, beyond risk-mitigation approaches.

It gathers many of the materials that were developed under the GO-DIJIP project, including training resources and tools, case studies, videos, and more, so as to facilitate later use and sustainable exploitation of the project outputs.

The Handbook is structured around three different parts:
PART 1 - International and National context of Joint Programmes and Digitally Enhanced Learning and Teaching analyses the past and current context of both Joint Programmes and Digitally Enhanced Learning and Teaching (DELT) at international and national level.
PART 2 - Integrating digital elements into Joint Programmes: A guide for practitioners provides practical guidelines and examples on how to make best use of digitalisation in the planning, design, implementation and marketing of JP.

PART 3 - Main challenges and key policy recommendations about the digitalisation of Joint Programmes is dedicated to local, national and international stakeholders and policy makers, with the goal to stimulate reflection on current challenges and barriers hindering the full development of JP, including the integration of digitally enhanced learning and teaching in joint curricula.

The project also developed the AMPLIFIER Platform to share and amplify existing good practices, innovative instruments and direct experiences in the process of integration of digital elements into JPs.

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