The training materials and e-learning resources that are available on the e-platform have been developed by the leading experts from the European Union and Ukraine.
eBooks allow for a more enriching experience than plain text. Readers can just change the size of the text, look up definitions and highlight portions of the text with just a click. eBooks can also show links, for easy access to more information and related websites.
We’ve all heard the saying ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’. The same holds for lectures. A video lecture can include many multimedia elements — music, sound effects, audio, and graphics — along with text, making any content topic engaging to provide a more effective learning experience.
It is generally accepted that the best learning takes place when the greatest number of senses are stimulated. The voice over narration that we add to our presentations allows for a deeper understanding and higher rates of information retention.
The web conferencing system that is integrated into the e-platform allows real-time face-to-face online collaboration and enables you to share documents (PDF and any office document), webcams, chat, audio and your desktop. It can also record sessions for later playback.
Learners can communicate with their trainers and peers through online discussion forums, which makes learning much more interactive and engaging.
Assignments and online tests are the assessment tools used on the e-platform. Students can submit their documents electronically where the trainers can easily access them for downloading and/or online marking.
The e-platform makes it easy to see your grades through a customized report that will show you all currently graded assignments.
SEHSI is aimed at providing positive changes in regional sustainable development (RSD) based on cognitive and personality growth of “agents of positive changes” by developing eco-humanistic knowledge, thinking & behavior. Specific project objectives are: 1) creating RSD multidisciplinary curricula for students in engineering; 2) integrating e-learning & advanced infrastructure for amplifying UA universities training capacity; 3) developing academic-industrial-business–governmental RSD network.
In your university there is a business start-up centre that can help you transform your business idea into a real business. Inter-university start-up centres are the main outputs of the SUCSID Tempus Project funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission. SUCSID is the acronym for "Inter-university Start-up centres for students’ innovations development & promotion". The main aim of the university start-up centre is to create the environment that stimulates the development of new businesses. For this the centres foster creativity and innovation, support students in developing their business ideas into viable business projects and ultimately into sustainable and successful enterprises.