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Eu Events is very pleased to present the fourth "Project of the Month": MIRRIS, co-funded by the European Commission FP7 Programme

MIRRIS PROJECT


MIRRIS (Mobilizing Institutional Reform for Research and InnovationSystems) is a coordination and support action funded under FP7 Social Sciences and Humanities programme and implemented by a consortium of 12 leading research and innovation agencies, performers and professional associations.

 

 

Back in 2011, when two professors from Stanford University decided to offer a free online course about Artificial Intelligence, they expected a few thousand students at the most to enroll, but by the start of the class they have more than 160.000 persons who wanted to attend the course.

Today, Massive Online Open Courses are very popular and there are several platforms offering online courses for free. Most MOOCS are modeled on traditional course materials, learning theories and higher education teaching methods. Coursera, Edx, Open2Study and Canvas are only some of the most popular MOOC providers.

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As you know, EU Events is active every day on the main social media to share with you the most important event's of the week, live discussions and webstreaming links to make you able to follow what is going on in Brussels.

IMPACT

Eu Events is very pleased to present the third "Project of the Month": IMPact, co-funded by the European Commission Progress Programme

IMPact PROJECT

Although in the EU there are 7.3 million people working in Personal and Household Services (PHS), the current societal evolutions such as changes in family structures, population ageing and a decrease in family carers mean that PHS are increasingly essential. PHS improve the quality of life of elderly and dependent people and enable workers (mainly women) to balance their professional and personal lives. This is why Personal and Household Services should be a political priority from an economic and societal point of view.