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This work was funded through the KA3 Erasmus+ Programme, project NR.: 606692-EPP-1-2018-2-FR-EPP- KA3-PI-POLICY, coordinated by Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
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joint micro-credential programmes, short learning programmes, joint undergraduate/ postgraduate certification programmes, joint curricula and mobility, joint continuing education programmes, joint expert programmes, joint specialization programmes, joint fo- cus diplomas, joint MOOC pathways, joint Gradeos, joint MicroMasters, joint nanodegrees
Acknowledgements to the experts of the following EU funded projects:
- European Short Learning Programmes (E-SLP)
- Modularisation of Continuig Education and professionalisation by Micro-credentials (MCE)
- European Maturity Model for Blended Education (EMBED)
- European MOOC Consortium for the Labour-Market (EMC-LM)
- Professional Development for Digital Teaching and Learning (DigiTel Pro)
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