Project Outputs

eLene4Life will support the co-design between European companies and universities of new teaching/learning practices integrated into academic curricula, aimed at fostering students’ development of transversal skills, while addressing the critical issues faced by many higher education institutions in terms of class size and physical spaces. 

The project will develop 7 key Outputs: 

O1 – Transnational Analysis on Innovative Higher Education Learning Models on Soft Skills 

O2 – Transnational Analysis of the Transferability to Higher Education of Corporate Active Learning on Soft Skills 

O3 – Innovative teaching and training activities Dynamic Toolkit  

O4 – Pilot Projects 

O5 – A discussion-based MOOC

O6 – University-Corporate Community of Practice on Learning Innovation for Transversal Skills 

O7 – A Lessons Learned Kit (LLK) in the form of three digital publications 

Additionally, the eLene4Life project will also: 

  • Organise 7 multiplier events to reach a wider audience; 
  • Populate an online Hub and social networks with information about the project and on the topics; 
  • Develop a Sustainability Strategy that will present the guidelines for the future exploitation of results and to ensure the future impact of the project; 
  • Design a new methodological basis for the interaction between universities and companies, and among teachers/instructors of different universities across Europe. 

Our Project Objective

eLene4Life supports curriculum innovation in higher education (HE) through the development of active learning approaches for transversal skills, with the ultimate aim of improving students’ employability.


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This project has been funded by Erasmus + programme of the European Union.

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This project No. 2018-1-FR01-KA203-047829 has been funded by Erasmus + programme of the European Union.