The management board meeting at CIMEA office
The management board meeting was held at the Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence CIMEA office for the Micro-GEAR Project.
The study visit at the European University of Rome in Italy
As part of the European Commission ERASMUS+ Programme Micro-credentials for Higher Education systems of Georgia and Armenia Micro-GEAR, an important study visit took place at the European University of Rome in Italy, aimed at defining the Status-Quo and Roadmap on Micro-credentials for South Caucasus.
Peer learning organized by ArmENIC in the framework of the Erasmus+ OCTRA 2 project
The National Information Center for Academic Recognition and Mobility of Armenia (ArmENIC) organized a peer learning for the Armenian higher education institutions (HEIs) on the topic “Online Course Catalogues and Databases for Transparency and Recognition” in the framework of the Erasmus+ OCTRA 2 project.
Micro-GEAR Project Working Meeting
On April 11, a working meeting for the Micro-GEAR project was organized at the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement of Georgia.
A Framework for Effective Microcredential Design: Best Practices and Guidelines for Developing High-Quality Credentials
Chiara Finocchietti, the Director of CIMEA – NARIC Italia, was the speaker at the webinar. As a Geographer with a background in research, she has authored numerous articles and publications focusing on credential evaluation, ethics in education, recognition of refugees’ qualifications, transnational education, digitalization, and artificial intelligence.
The Micro-GEAR project was discussed at the GÉANT SIG-Marcomms meeting
The meeting took place in Ljubljana, Slovenia during March 5-6 and was hosted by the Academic and Research Network of Slovenia (ARNES).
Workshop at Yerevan State University
We're excited to share the latest progress from the Micro-GEAR project, a collaborative effort aimed at revolutionizing the landscape of micro-credentials. On February 12, workshop took place at Yerevan State University, gathering experts and specialists from partner Armenian universities, ArmENIC, and ANQA.
Micro-credentials for Higher Education systems of Georgia and Armenia: South Caucasus lighthouse project (Micro-GEAR)
Micro-GEAR is a project co-founded by the European Union ERASMUS+ Programme. Its kick-off meeting was held at the Georgian Technical University on January 17-18 and was attended by the project partners and main stakeholders. Representatives from various organizations, including Ministries of Education, educational institutions, and international partners, played an important role in the meeting.