5 October 2022 | Münster
The Erasmus+ project Digital Social Impact team released their new "Best Practice Audit Report on social impact teaching across Europe".
The project team interviewed more than 50 lecturers from 16 countries and identified success factors for a three-phase process toward social impact in higher education teaching.
The audit is divided into two parts. In part 1, there are findings from desk and field research, listing insights into drivers and barriers while creating and implementing learning offerings that generate social impact.
In part 2, there are 20 cases showing the wide variety in both complexity and form social impact teaching can take in a digital age.
S2BMRC PhD candidate Dominik Lappenküper is the Digital Social Impact project manager. Thank you to our partners J.J. Strossmayer University in Osijek (Croatia), University of Ljubljana (Slovenia), Momentum (Ireland), Institute For Innovation And Development Of University Of Ljubljana (Slovenia).