E-tutoring is a project funded by the Erasmus+ programme (2018-1-IT02-KA203-048005) that works to reduce academic drop-out rates with the development of a set of tools and a new tutoring system that combine career guidance, peer learning, social networks and new digital technologies.
The project consortium involves 8 partners from 6 countries.
of students in Europe do not complete their Higher Education and this represents a cost for individuals and the whole society (OECD, 2017).
of people between 30 and 34 years old should have completed Higher Education in 2020 according to the European target (Europe 2020 Strategy).
is the unemployment rate for people with higher education in Europe compared to 8.3 of those with upper secondary education (OECD, 2017).
Here we go with the first testing of the Etutoring App presented by Citynet at the project meeting in Zaragoza today. After analysing the tutoring systems in the different partners’ countries and directly asking tutors and students their needs and views, the team of Citynet has finally presented a working proposal of the App. The […]READ MORE
A good beginning is half the battle. “It was a very positive start” said Andrea Marconi, the coordinator of the E-tutoring project, at the end of the first interantional meeting in Volos. “The team of the project is very engaged and motivated. We are going to work very well together in the next two […]READ MORE
During the first international meeting by the University of Thessaly in Volos, the project team made a video to present the project, the aims and the main activities. The partnership includes 6 Partners from 5 European Countries. The team is engaged in the development of new methodologies and digital tools to support students in the study […]READ MORE
On December 10th, the Kickoff meeting for the E-tutor project will be held in Volos, at the University of Thessaly. The aim of the meeting is to establish and share the guidelines for the development of the project. E-tutoring has for main objectives: reducing academic drop-out rates with the development of a set of tools […]READ MORE
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