Mental ESCAPE

Mental ESCAPE is the name of the new project where the EFQBL is partner. It is a strategic partnership in the field of youth work that aims to promote awareness and mainstreaming mental health in youth work and society, by developing innovative tools and methods for youth workers to address addiction and depression. It has […]

About Blended Learning

The TIBL-Project is closed – the results are available! Do you need some deeper knowledge about “Blended Learning” (focusing on Vocational Education and Training? You make have a look here to this resource: Blended Learning   Blended Learning can be implementated in different ways. One important issue is the pedagogical concept you use. The TIBL-Project […]

Disk Project: Kickoff Meeting

The project DISK has been launched with the kickoff meeting in Wiener Neustadt. Representatives of four partners met in the Hotel Zentral in Wiener Neustadt (Austria) and discussed the project implementation, created the first working plans, and tried to learn about each other. The project plan has been agreed until May 2020. The project group […]

DISK Project

The European Foundation for Quality in Blended Learning EFQBL is partner in the DISK Project (Erasmus+ 2019-1-PT01-KA204-060898). In the frame of this project the team will develop approximately 15 courses focusing on Digital Competences. These courses might help so-called “Digital Immigrants” (this means people that do not have a large experience in the digitized world) […]

EDGES of Gender

EDGES aims to develop a modern gender sensitive approach, support young people on the interface of artistic expression and the gender dimensions, and provide them different digital methods on how to visualize sensitive statements through artworks and spread them. This is a KA1 Youth project addressing people from 9 countries (Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Italy, Jordan, […]

New project in VET

The EFQUBL is partner in the KA3 project “Craft and SMEs VET-NET” that starts in autumn 2019. The project has been initiated by ECIPAR, the Italian foundation for training and innovative service of craft and SMEs with the headquarter in Rome. The challenge for the EFQBL is to create a platform as the center of […]

TIBL presented in Brussels

Peter Mazohl (on behalf of the project consortium) was invited to the expert workshop on “Key Challenges and Solutions for Promoting Online Training among SMEs in Europe”. He had the opportunity to present the TIBL-Project and to discuss currently identified problems in education, the position of MOOCs in the educational landscape, the problems of motivation […]