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DAISSy Research Group of HOU invites Educators and Professionals in Education for their insights in “Accessible Digital Education” – 2nd Survey’s Deadline Extension

logo-adedu-mdDAISSy Research Group of Hellenic Open University (HOU) invites to a short survey, as part of the “Accessible Digital EDUcation (ADEDU)” European co-funded project, currently undergoing by the Research Group as the sole academic partner. 

Specifically, the survey is addressed to educators and related professionals willing to contribute to the understanding of the challenges and requirements faced by them in addressing learning disabilities within educational methodologies.

Therefore, information will be collected about related experiences and perspectives of working with students affected by learning disabilities, such as the identification of specific learning disabilities, their impact on teaching practices, and the effectiveness of existing support systems.

The insights of the educators and training professionals will aid in comprehending the current educational landscape and in devising strategies to better support educators and students alike, and also enhance inclusive education practices.

Anonymity is guaranteed, and all responses will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.

  • Completing the survey is estimated to 10 minutes.
  • The deadline for submitting your insights is Tuesday 28th May 2024.
  • The survey is accessed through the following link.
  • Any inquiries can be expressed by email at nikolakopoulou@iasismed.eu

ADEDU is a thirty-month project, implemented by a consortium of five (5) partners from three (3) countries, namely: “All Digital” (Coordinator) and “European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD)” (Belgium), “Media Education Centre-MEC” (Serbia), “IASIS” NGO and “DAISSy-HOU” (Greece). DAISSy-HOU is involved in all project activities and is responsible for the technical development of both the project’s website and the platform of ADEDU Course, as well as for the implementation of the Quality Assurance activities.

For more information on the ADEDU project and other projects and activities of the DAISSy-HOU:

  • Websites : http://daissy.eap.gr/en, https://ad-edu.eu/
  • Facebook: @DAISSyResearchGroup
  • Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/daissyresearchgroup/
  • X      : https://twitter.com/daissy_research
  • Instagram: @daissy_researchgroup
  • Email : info@daissy.eap.gr
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Info Day on “#Hate Out!: Building social resilience against online hate” by DAISSy-HOU, within the LEAD-Online project and the ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2024

The DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University (HOU) and the Interregional Internet Security Network of Greece invites to the info day on “#Hate Out!: Building social resilience against online hate”.

The info day is held online, on Thrursday, 30th May 2024 at 17.00 (CET) and is addressed to teachers, representatives of the civil society, journalists, social media activists and any individual or organisation that wishes and is capable of activating in preventing and combating hate speech online.

The core objective of the event is the utilization of the results of the LEAD-Online: Learn, Engage, Act: Digital Tools to Prevent and Counter Hate Speech Online European project, which was implemented by DAISSy-HOU as the Greek partner, so that to be used as a basis for a strategy to tackle hate speech online. Therefore, it focuses on presenting the innovative digital tools i.e. Hate Out! Game and Hate Speech Self-Assessment Tool, which have been developed under the responsibility of DAISSy-HOU within the framework of the LEAD-Online project. They cope with raising awareness in relation to the level of conscious or unconscious use of hate speech online as well as with the education regarding the ways of reporting it, countering it and supporting victims.

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In parallel, the event is linked to the ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2024 campaign, which aims to promote digital skills for inclusion, empowerment and employment across Europe. Specifically, the campaign runs from 13 May to 31 May 2024 and is organized by the ALL DIGITAL network. DAISSy-HOU is a member of the AD network and the National Coordinator of the ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2024 campaign, supporting this initiative, encouraging the participation of other stakeholders and enhancing the promotion and dissemination of relevant good practices in Greece, achieving multiplier effects.

More precisely about the info day:

  • Participation is free of charge and open to all
  • Pre-registration is not needed
  • It is held online through the Zoom electronic platform, by using the following link.

It is noteworthy, that the LEAD-Online project emphasizes on the need to strengthen the critical thinking and the digital skills of young people that seem to be causally related to the low level of reporting and the “normalization” of Hate Speech online. Specifically, the project managed to empower young people, educators, civil society representatives, media and social media activists to become active agents of change.

The  LEAD-Online is a two-year project, co-funded by the CERV European program and implemented by a consortium of seven (7) partners representing seven (7) European countries (Greece, Bulgaria, Italy, Austria, Cyprus, Romania, Croatia), with the DAISSy Research Group of the HOU, being the Greek partner.

For more information on the LEAD-Online project, and other activities of DAISSy:

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Invitation by DAISSy-HOU to the survey on “Shaping Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics [STE(A)M] in Europe”

logo-seerThe DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University (HOU) invites you to participate in the survey on “Shaping Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics [STE(A)M] in Europe” conducted within the framework of the European project “STE(A)M Education European Roadmap project – SEER”, currently undergoing by the Research Group, as the Greek partner.

The aim of STE(A)M Education is to bridge the gap between the demands of the industry and the knowledge as well as the skills of the graduates of education, thereby promoting a harmonious alignment between educational curricula and the needs of the industry and the organizations.

As a result, the participation of professionals from various fields within this framework, is essential. Therefore, DAISSy-HOU addresses this target group and invites them to identify the critical set of skills and competencies required in the organization (industry, company, etc.), being their working environment. Based on their specialized experience and acquired knowledge, they are expected to contribute to the way their organization connects with STE(A)M education.

Additionally, it is necessary to determine the impact of the shortage of STE(A)M graduates on each organization and how the respective industry/organization could support students and teachers in acquiring these skills.

Specifically:

  • The survey is international.
  • It is conducted through a brief, specially designed questionnaire, available at the following link: https://survey.daissy.eap.gr/index.php/221217?lang=en
  • It starts on Friday 17th May 2024, and ends on Friday 17th June 2024.
  • Optionally, a brief interview follows the completion of the questionnaire, encouraging exchange and provision of support by DAISSy-HOU to form a comprehensive view on the above issues.

The ultimate goal of the survey is to draw up conclusions regarding the requirements of enhancing the collaboration between industry and STE(A)M education, as well as exploring the ways to implement STE(A)M education more effectively. at every level and type of education in the future.

For more information about the “The SEER” project and other activities of DAISSy-HOU:

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DAISSy Research Group of HOU invites Educators and Professionals in Education for their insights in “Accessible Digital Education”

logo-adedu-mdDAISSy Research Group of Hellenic Open University (HOU) invites to a short survey, as part of the “Accessible Digital EDUcation (ADEDU)” European co-funded project, currently undergoing by the Research Group as the sole academic partner. 

Specifically, the survey is addressed to educators and related professionals willing to contribute to the understanding of the challenges and requirements faced by them in addressing learning disabilities within educational methodologies.

Therefore, information will be collected about related experiences and perspectives of working with students affected by learning disabilities, such as the identification of specific learning disabilities, their impact on teaching practices, and the effectiveness of existing support systems.

The insights of the educators and training professionals will aid in comprehending the current educational landscape and in devising strategies to better support educators and students alike, and also enhance inclusive education practices.

Anonymity is guaranteed, and all responses will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.

  • Completing the survey is estimated to 10 minutes.
  • The deadline for submitting your insights is Monday 20th May 2024.
  • The survey is accessed through the following link.
  • Any inquiries can be expressed by email at nikolakopoulou@iasismed.eu

ADEDU is a thirty-month project, implemented by a consortium of five (5) partners from three (3) countries, namely: “All Digital” (Coordinator) and “European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD)” (Belgium), “Media Education Centre-MEC” (Serbia), “IASIS” NGO and “DAISSy-HOU” (Greece). DAISSy-HOU is involved in all project activities and is responsible for the technical development of both the project’s website and the platform of ADEDU Course, as well as for the implementation of the Quality Assurance activities.

For more information on the ADEDU project and other projects and activities of the DAISSy-HOU:

  • Websites : http://daissy.eap.gr/en, https://ad-edu.eu/
  • Facebook: @DAISSyResearchGroup
  • Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/daissyresearchgroup/
  • X      : https://twitter.com/daissy_research
  • Instagram: @daissy_researchgroup
  • Email : info@daissy.eap.gr
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DAISSy Research Group of HOU invites Educators and Professionals in Education for their insights in “Accessible Digital Education”

logo-adedu-mdDAISSy Research Group of Hellenic Open University (HOU) invites to a short survey, as part of the “Accessible Digital EDUcation (ADEDU)” European co-funded project, currently undergoing by the Research Group as the sole academic partner. 

Specifically, the survey is addressed to educators and related professionals willing to contribute to the understanding of the challenges and requirements faced by them in addressing learning disabilities within educational methodologies.

Therefore, information will be collected about related experiences and perspectives of working with students affected by learning disabilities, such as the identification of specific learning disabilities, their impact on teaching practices, and the effectiveness of existing support systems.

The insights of the educators and training professionals will aid in comprehending the current educational landscape and in devising strategies to better support educators and students alike, and also enhance inclusive education practices.

Anonymity is guaranteed, and all responses will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.

  • Completing the survey is estimated to 10 minutes.
  • The deadline for submitting your insights is Wednesday 15th May 2024.
  • The survey is accessed through the following link.
  • Any inquiries can be expressed by email at nikolakopoulou@iasismed.eu

ADEDU is a thirty-month project, implemented by a consortium of five (5) partners from three (3) countries, namely: “All Digital” (Coordinator) and “European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD)” (Belgium), “Media Education Centre-MEC” (Serbia), “IASIS” NGO and “DAISSy-HOU” (Greece). DAISSy-HOU is involved in all project activities and is responsible for the technical development of both the project’s website and the platform of ADEDU Course, as well as for the implementation of the Quality Assurance activities.

For more information on the ADEDU project and other projects and activities of the DAISSy-HOU:

  • Websites : http://daissy.eap.gr/en, https://ad-edu.eu/
  • Facebook: @DAISSyResearchGroup
  • Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/daissyresearchgroup/
  • X      : https://twitter.com/daissy_research
  • Instagram: @daissy_researchgroup
  • Email : info@daissy.eap.gr
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Call for participation in the 2nd Online Training Course and Mentoring Opportunities on the DigComp Framework, by DAISSy-HOU

The DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University (HOU)  invites you to join the 2nd edition of the Online Pilot Training Course and Mentoring Opportunities on the DigComp Framework”, which is part of the implementation of the “DigComp HUB” European project, currently undergoing by the DAISSy-HOU as the Greek partner and starts on Monday 29th April 2024.

More precisely, the training course is delivered as a MOOC and offers an excellent, publicly accessible opportunity to delve into the DigComp framework and its applications in adult education and beyond. The course begins with two introductory modules that cover the origins, features, and typical uses of the DigComp framework. Subsequent modules provide practical insights into how the DigComp framework can be effectively utilized in adult education. These include methods for identifying users’ training needs, curriculum development, didactic design, and the assessment and recognition of learning outcomes.

It is noteworthy that:

  • The training course is provided free of charge, is delivered in English and it is open to all.
  • It includes 12-14 hours of training that are self-managed by the participants (tutors are available on request).
  • It starts on Monday 29th April 2024 and ends on Monday 27th May 2024.
  • It is offered through the ALL DIGITAL ACADEMY platform and obtaining an account is necessary, by simply accessing the link: https://platform.alldigitalacademy.eu/registration/
  • The registration to the course is available, by filling in the respective form, [here].
  • A Certificate of Completion is provided to the participants, who complete the course successfully.

Furthermore, the training is accompanied by mentoring activities which will be implemented after the end of the course, in small groups managed by the project partners and regarding topics addressed within the course and based on the needs of the trainees. A related announcement will be discussed during the training, so that the objectives and content of the mentoring activities are clarified, as well as the way to take part in them. Those trainees who wish to be involved in this valuable, additional activity of the “DigComp HUB” project, provided also free of charge, may express their interest before the end of the course.

The “DigComp HUB” is a two-year project, co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ Program. It is implemented by a consortium of four (4) partners from three (3) EU member states (Belgium, Greece, and Italy), with the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University, as the Greek partner.

 

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For more information about the DigComp HUB project and other activities of the DAISSy-HOU:

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Πρόσκληση της DAISSy-ΕΑΠ για ενεργή συμμετοχή στην εκστρατεία ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2024 με αντικείμενο την ανάπτυξη ψηφιακών δεξιοτήτων

all-dig-weeksΜε ιδιαίτερη χαρά σας ενημερώνουμε ότι η Ερευνητική Ομάδα DAISSy του Ελληνικού Ανοικτού Πανεπιστημίου (ΕΑΠ) είναι ο Εθνικός Συντονιστής της καμπάνιας ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2024 στην Ελλάδα. Σκοπός της πρωτοβουλίας είναι η προώθηση των ψηφιακών δεξιοτήτων για ένταξη, ενδυνάμωση και απασχόληση σε όλη την Ευρώπη. Συγκεκριμένα, η καμπάνια εξελίσσεται από τις 13 Μαΐου έως τις 31 Μαΐου 2024 και διοργανώνεται από το Ευρωπαϊκό δίκτυο ALL DIGITAL, αξιοποιώντας συναφή χρηματοδότηση από την Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή, για το συντονισμό της ενημερωτικής εκστρατείας σε Ευρωπαϊκό επίπεδο.

Είναι αξιοσημείωτο, ότι το δίκτυο ALL DIGITAL (AD), με έδρα τις Βρυξέλλες, αντιπροσωπεύει οργανισμούς-μέλη, που εργάζονται για την ενίσχυση των ψηφιακών δεξιοτήτων στην Ευρώπη. Η DAISSy είναι δραστήριο μέλος του δικτύου ALL DIGITAL, και μέσω της υψηλής ποιότητας εργασίας της και των διεθνών συνεργασιών της, έχει επιτύχει την υλοποίηση πολυάριθμων ευρωπαϊκών ερευνητικών έργων, τα οποία παράγουν καινοτόμες μεθοδολογίες και εργαλεία σχετικά με την εκπαίδευση στη ψηφιακή εποχή.

Στο πλαίσιο αυτό, η Ερευνητική Ομάδα DAISSy του ΕΑΠ, ως Εθνικός Συντονιστής και μέλος του δικτύου AD, υποστηρίζει την εκστρατεία ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2024, ενισχύοντας την προβολή και τη διάχυση συναφών καλών πρακτικών στην Ελλάδα. Ειδικότερα, η καμπάνια απευθύνεται σε σχολεία όλων των βαθμίδων, εκπαιδευτικούς οργανισμούς, παρόχους Επαγγελματικής Εκπαίδευσης και Κατάρτισης (ΕΕΚ), κέντρα δια βίου μάθησης, βιβλιοθήκες, συλλογικότητες και οργανώσεις της κοινωνίας των πολιτών, κοινωνικές επιχειρήσεις καθώς και κάθε φορέα που ενδιαφέρεται ή/και εμπλέκεται στην οργάνωση δράσεων για την ψηφιακή ένταξη, την ενδυνάμωση και την απόκτηση ψηφιακών δεξιοτήτων.

  • Αναλυτικές πληροφορίες για την καμπάνια ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2024, παρουσιάζονται στον ιστότοπο www.alldigitalweeks.eu
  • Η συμμετοχή στην καμπάνια είναι δωρεάν και γίνεται μέσω εγγραφής, που είναι υποχρεωτική.
  • Κάθε ενδιαφερόμενος φορέας που επιθυμεί να υλοποιήσει συναφή δράση, μπορεί να την εντάξει στην καμπάνια και να πετύχει τη μέγιστη δυνατή προβολή της. Αυτό είναι δυνατό, με την απλή καταγραφή των στοιχείων της εκδήλωσης στον ειδικό «χάρτη».
  • Είναι σημαντικό, ο φορέας που πρόκειται να διοργανώσει δράση, αφού την ενσωματώσει στο χάρτη, να ενημερώσει την DAISSy-EAΠ, στέλνοντας μήνυμα στο info@daissy.eap.gr. Με αυτό τον τρόπο, η DAISSy ως Εθνικός Συντονιστής, θα ενισχύσει την προβολή της δράσης, μέσω των δικών της διαύλων επικοινωνίας και δικτύου επαφών

Μείνετε συντονισμένοι/συντονισμένες και ενημερωθείτε για την πορεία εξέλιξης της ενημερωτικής εκστρατείας ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2024, σε εθνικό και ευρωπαϊκό επίπεδο.

Για περισσότερες πληροφορίες σχετικά με τις δράσεις και τα έργα της DAISSy-ΕΑΠ:

 

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DAISSy-HOU participated at the final Transnational Partners’ Meeting and the Experts’ Validation Workshop marking the closing phase of the CLIP project

CLIP-logoThe  DAISSy Research Group  of Hellenic Open University (HOU)  participated at the final Transnational Partners’ Meeting (TPM) of the “Critical visual media literacy and empowerment (CLIP)” European project, that was organized on 21st and 22nd March 2024, by the project partner ALL DIGITAL, in Brussels, Belgium. DAISSy-HOU was represented at the TPM by Achilles Kameas, Professor at HOU and Director of DAISSy, and Eleni Georgakakou, Senior Project Manager and Researcher of DAISSy-HOU.

The final TPM provided a favorable basis for the discussion on the key results developed by the CLIP consortium, namely the report on the Visual Literacy in Media in Europe and the Micro-learning Course in critical visual media literacy and fluency. The partners also discussed and enriched the Guidelines and Recommendations elaborated to support academic staff, staff and educators in developing sustainable strategies to embed visual media literacy in their learning offers and the engagement with like-minded professionals on the topics of Visual Media Literacy, teaching programs, and training.

Furthermore, the Validation workshop on Expert Consultation on Visual Media Literacy in Education, was perfectly linked to the TPM, marking the closing phase of the CLIP project. It was organized onsite during the first day of the TPM on March 21st in the offices of Puglia region in Brussels, and replicated online via zoom, on 28th March 2024. The DAISSy Research Group of HOU participated in both versions of the workshop, which were attended by academic staff interested in Visual Media Literacy, experts, policy-makers and stakeholders from Higher Education, schools, NGOs, academic networks, and anyone interested in exploring the opportunities Visual Media Literacy can offer.  The workshop included presentations on the key CLIP deliverables, including of the CLIP Course delivered by Ms Eleni Georgakakou from DAISSy-HOU, and emphasized on the Guidelines and Recommendations, followed by a set of roundtables, dedicated to discussion among experts on the main features of this Deliverable/ tool.

CLIP was an eighteen-month (18) project co-funded by the ERASMUS+/KA220-HED – Cooperation partnerships in Higher Education Programme of the European Union. It was coordinated by the UNIMED – Unione  Delle Universita Del Mediterraneo (Italy) with Libera Universita Di Lingue e Comunicazione (Italy), ALL DIGITAL (Belgium) and Hellenic Open UniversityDAISSy Research Group (Greece) as partners. The partners implemented all foreseen activities and delivered all scheduled Deliverables successfully, providing valuable experience, new knowledge and innovative tools in the visual media literacy theme.

DAISSy-HOU was thoroughly involved in all project Deliverables, being in charge of the CLIP activities in Greece, as well as leading the development of the CLIP online educational platform and the Online Course on “Critical Visual Media Literacy and Fluency”.

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For more information on the CLIP project, and other projects and activities of DAISSy-HOU:

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The DAISSy Research Group of HOU participated at the 18th International Technology, Education and Development Conference with six papers

The 18th annual International Technology, Education and Development (INTED) Conference was held from 04 to 06 March 2024 in Valencia (Spain). The Conference provided a unique opportunity for scientific exchanges with a wide range of global experts and for presenting a number of papers showcasing research results of European co-funded projects in which the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University (HOU) participates.

The International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED) has been organizing INTED on an annual basis for eighteen (18) years in a row. INTED is now recognized as an important forum that brings together educators, policy makers and other stakeholders who use or are interested in using technology in educational practice, with an emphasis on digital technologies. Hence the presence of DAISSy researchers in the Conference significantly increased the impact of research conducted by the DAISSy Research Group. 

DAISSy-HOU was actively involved in the INTED 2024 Conference by contributing six (6) scientific papers, a result of the high-quality work and international collaborations of the Group. The papers showcased the results of European research projects regarding the use of innovative methodologies and tools in education during the digital era that have been developed by DAISSy under the scientific coordination of Prof. Achilles Kameas.

The papers presented are:

  • Design and Evaluation of a MOOC on the Internet of Things to upskill Adult Educators, authored by the HOU team, Fotis Lazarinis, Theodor Panagiotakopoulos and Achilles Kameas, showcasing the results of project ADA, and presented by A. Kameas.
  • A Model for assessing the effective Integration of Technology into Educational Practice from a Pedagogical perspective, authored by the HOU team, Panagiota Polymeropoulou, Kostas Potsis and Achilles Kameas, showcasing the results of project UpDATE and presented by A. Kameas.
  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the business management education, training and professions: A study about the state-of-the art in Greece, authored by the HOU team, Panagiota Polymeropoulou, Kostas Mantzos, Eleni Georgakakou and Achilles Kameas, showcasing the results of project Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the business management education, training and professions (EDIFY-EDU) and presented by E. Georgakakou.
  • Tools for enhancing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education Institutions: Supporting the gender & LGBT+ inclusion in tertiary education, authored by the HOU team, Kostas Mantzos, Eleni Georgakakou and Achilles Kameas, showcasing the results of project XENIA: HEI Inclusiveness Index and presented by E. Georgakakou.
  • Bridging STEAM and Inclusive education in the SpicE project, authored by the HOU team, Natalia Spyropoulou, Georgia Sakellaropoulou and Achilles Kameas, showcasing the results of SPICE project and presented by N. Spyropoulou
  • A methodology for developing training and mentoring programs: empowering instructional designers to create courses aligned with the Digcomp framework, authored by the HOU team, Natalia Spyropoulou, Achilles Kameas, Rozalia Kalanzi, Gerasimos Vonitsanos, showcasing the results of DigCompHub project and presented by N. Spyropoulou.

The DAISSy-HOU was represented at the INTED24 Conference by Prof. Achilles Kameas, Director of DAISSy, Ms. Natalia Spyropoulou, Senior Project Manager and Researcher, and Ms. Eleni Georgakakou, Senior Project Manager and Head Researcher on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion of DAISSy, who attended a number of sessions and elaborated on peer learning and networking activities. Furthermore, Ms. Georgakakou had been invited and chaired the session on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

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For more information on the projects and other activities of DAISSy-HOU:

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An evaluation score of 94/100 for the “XENIA” european project, with DAISSy-HOU as the Greek partner

xenia-logoThe three-year, European co-funded project “XENIA: Higher Education Inclusiveness Index  (XENIA)“, implemented from 15th January 2020 to 14th January 2023, received a remarkable evaluation score of 94/100 by the ERASMUS+ Managing Authority. 

XENIA was aiming at turning HEIs into inclusive places that promote social dialogue irrespective of gender and sexual orientation, and lowering (potentially eliminating) organisational and operational barriers for equal opportunities. The project was funded by the ERASMUS+ EU program and its consortium included seven (7) partners from five (5) EU member-states, namely Italy, Ireland, Slovenia, Spain and Greece, with the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University (HOU) as the sole Greek partner.

The project’s main outcome has been the XENIA HEI Inclusiveness Index, a comprehensive tool designed to assess Universities’ inclusiveness in combating discrimination and exclusion based on gender and sexual orientation. 

The DAISSy Researh Group of HOU was actively involved in all seven (7) Work Packages (WPs) of the project as well as in all major intellectual products and deliverables, such as the development of the Inclusiveness Index for HEIs. Furthermore, DAISSy-HOU being the only Greek partner, was responsible for the implementation of all XENIA actions in Greece, such as, the literature review and desk research, the Index’s pilot implementation, and the dissemination and exploitation of all its results. Additionally, DAISSy-HOU had the responsibility of coordinating two core WPs, namely WP3 Test Deployment and Final Validated XENIA Inclusiveness Index and WP5 Evaluation. 

Specifically, DAISSy-HOU as the WP Leader, developed the following deliverables:

XENIA Validation Plan (D3.1), ΧΕΝΙΑ Validation Report (D3.2), Final XENIA Index (D3.3), Mainstreaming Guidelines & Operational Manual (D3.4), Policy recommendations (D3.5), Assessment Strategy (D5.1), Mid-term Assessment Report (D5.2.), and the Final Assessment Report (D5.3).

The DAISSy Researh Group of HOU’s XENIA team is more than proud since, the ERASMUS+ Managing Authority characterized the XENIA deliverables as of “high quality” and provided only positive feedback for the project.

For more information about the XENIA project and on other activities of DAISSy-HOU:

  • Website: http://daissy.eap.gr/en
  • Facebook: @DAISSyResearchGroup
  • Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daissyresearchgroup/
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/daissy_research
  • Instagram: @daissy_researchgroup
  • Email: info@daissy.eap.gr.