Join the Final Conference of the European Network on Teaching Excellence!

The consortium partners of the European Network on Teaching Excellence (E-NOTE) are delighted to invite you to their final event on “Higher Education Teaching Excellence and the Future of the European Education Area”. The conference will present the outcomes of the E-NOTE project, a Strategic Partnership funded by the Erasmus+ programme (2020-2023) with the view to examining higher education teaching excellence at undergraduate and graduate teaching levels, as well as in the context of PhD supervision. A policy roundtable, featuring representatives from EU institutions and academia, will close the event thus offering the chance to explore these issues in connection … Read More

E-NOTE Policy Expert Meeting in Brussels

The European Network on Teaching Excellence (E-NOTE) organised in October two policy events, one hosted by the Czech Senate in Prague, and a follow-up event hosted in Brussels by the Global Governance Institute, one of the E-NOTE consortium partners. The Brussels event focused on “Europe’s Role in Advancing Teaching Excellence”, and consisted of two sessions: a presentation “Towards a European Certificate of Teaching Excellence” given by the project’s principal investigator, Prof. Joachim Koops (Leiden University). The presentation was followed by a panel session with Prof. Jan Eggermont, the Chair of the Education Council of KU Leuven and a member of … Read More

E-NOTE hosts academic panel at the 2021 UACES Conference

The E-NOTE consortium partners organised an online event as part of the 2021 UACES Virtual Conference – Panel 203: “Teaching excellence – what do we do and ought to do. Towards a European Certificate of Teaching Excellence?”. The event provided a venue for discussion and exchange of views of teaching excellence in European contexts, as well as a platform for highlighting the E-NOTE project’s ambitions. Chair: Silviu Piros, Global Governance Institute Presenters: Prof. Stephanie Marshall (Queen Mary University of London and E-NOTE Advisor), Prof. Joachim Koops (Leiden University), Associate Prof. Hanne Nexø Jensen (University of Copenhagen), Clara Cotroneo (Leiden University)