Intellectual outputs

These are intellectual productions that the project partners have produced in order to put them into practice in academic environments. Access to documents is free via a form. You can download all Intellectual Outputs at once here or download them separately below.

Learning activities
The learning activities are a key part of the eHealth Eurocampus, as they will enable to apply new teaching methods and to systematically evaluate them among a large and diverse group of students. These experiences and evaluations are important, both for the intellectual outputs themselves and as inputs for the coming cycles.
Through these 3 Summer Schools, it will be possible to receive feedback from students that represent a large diversity in terms of educational and cultural backgrounds.

  • ICT for Health Summer School. Entrepreneurship
  • ICT for Health Summer School. Longer Independent Life
  • ICT for Health Summer School. Physical and Cognitive Disabilities

Training activities

The joint staff training events (5 days seminars) will provide teachers with a solid base for developing the teaching material. The form of these seminars will foster collaboration between participants of the involved universities and will contribute to make teachers comfortable with new teaching methods.

  • Training seminar on e-Health teaching challenges

The seminar will be animated by engineers and experts in pedagogical innovation.  The main objective of the seminar is to exchange the teaching experience of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) modules with the partner members in the objective of improving the teaching in the field of ICT for Health.
The seminar will consist essentially of a mix of lectures, workshops, and exercises, through which teachers will be encouraged to use the developed course modules on their own learning activities.

The main objective of this training seminar is to establish an open exchange dedicated to the presentation and discussion about accessibility, inclusion and rehabilitation using Information Technologies.
The term Information Technologies in context to this conference refers in general to the development, maintenance, and use of computer systems, software, and networks for the processing and distribution of data specific to the community or individual in relation to issues of accessibility, inclusion and/or rehabilitation.