The AMPLIFIER is an open platform, a community and a meeting place for staff and students involved or interested in Joint Programmes*.
Therefore, the AMPLIFIER Platform is designed to provide inspiration to JPs practitioners and to foreground and share examples of how digital interaction is introduced in a variety of programmes and courses.
Have a look to the Blog posts to access pre-loved practices ranging from course design to marketing and recruitment, always taking into consideration the students perspective.
The Video Testimonials provides, in an immediate and “easy to use” format, tracks of pedagogical practices that can be transferred and adapted to other contexts in a transversal way.
A structured framework for the best practices collected in the platform is provided by the GO-DIJIP Handbook and Policy Recommendations.
*WHAT IS A JOINT PROGRAMME (JP)?
It is an integrated curriculum coordinated and offered jointly by different international higher education institutions (HEIs), and leading to double/multiple degrees or a joint degree.
FOR WHOM the AMPLIFIER has been developed?
For Higher Education Institutions engaged in JPs and JPs practitionaires, i.e. JPs coordinators, teachers, administrative staff, students and alumni (Erasmus Mundus Joint Master coordinators, project managers and students/alumni included).
This blog is set up by the AMPLIFIER Contributors (academic/administrative staff and students/alumni involved in JPs) who shared their good practices, innovative instruments and direct experiences in the process of integration of digital elements into JPs.
Want to contribute?
We invite academics, administrators, students and alumni involved in Joint Programmes to share their best practice examples in short and informal blog posts accessible to a broad audience. Examples and case studies are welcome, whether they relate to course design, learning environments, staff development, management or other core curriculum features. What makes a world of difference in your programme may have the potential to do so in other programmes.
By showcasing your best practice you will provide inspiration for integrating technology into your teaching and project management and contribute to the development of a digitized, innovative, and quality-oriented Higher Education.