The RIALHE project – presented in collaboration with the University of Bergen (Norway), lead partner, and the University of Compiègne (France) – has been accepted for funding by placing second in the ranking list: the proposal is funded under the Erasmus+ program, in the fields of Education and Training, under Key Action 2. Specifically, it responds to the deliverables of the Cooperation Partnerships call.
Technology innovation in learning and teaching practices (L&T) has a key role to play in the future of higher education.The pandemic has created the conditions to explore how digital L&T can generate new, high quality learning experiences. RIALHE will give student’s remote access to state of the art real lab experiments and scientist expertise in the context of inter-connected higher education systems. RIALHE promotes student active learning by giving the possibility to relive the experimentation and participate in a learning community to support the development of a deeper understanding of the experiments. Such innovation in lab experiment education will enrich the learning experience and give a greater number of EU students access to state of the art laboratories and top lab scientists who share their expertise.