TO-INN takes part in the national Erasmus+ projects meeting in Argentina

The Erasmus + Key Ation 2 projects are those that focus on capacity building through cooperation and interaction and among which is the international To Inn project, focused on the field of higher education. On October 31, all Argentine projects of this nature were given the opportunity to meet, share information and create synergies. The representatives of the To Inn project in this meeting were Dr. Mónica Eva Pini, from the National University of San Martín, and Denise Fridman from the National Pedagogical University. Dr. Pini tells us what happened next.

For the benefit of the partners and other interested parties, we also share the presentation used by the To Inn representative at the meeting.

Each project had designated a representative – in some cases two or three – among the institutions involved to make the presentation, and had the opportunity to present in 5 minutes its objectives, main results and impact, both in its universities and at the regional level. national. The meeting was opened by Santiago Spadafora, the host for ISALUD -university where the meeting took place-, and then the presentation by Eva Valle Casanova (Project Officer, EACEA, European Commission) about the characteristics and objectives of international calls and projects Erasmus in Argentina, in the context of Latin America.

A total of 22 projects were presented at different stages of their development, as they had been averaging, ending or, as To Inn, at the beginning. The large number of projects to present and the fact that almost all the papers lasted more than 5 minutes, made the time to engage in a dialogue about the activities carried out and the challenges encountered during the implementation was very limited. However, in addition to the information on the contents and the progress of the projects, some comments were useful, for example, with regard to the observations on the reports and some institutional and bureaucratic problems to be considered.

A total of 22 projects were presented at different stages of their development, as they had been averaging, ending or, as To Inn, at the beginning. The large number of projects to present and the fact that almost all the papers lasted more than 5 minutes, made the time to engage in a dialogue about the activities carried out and the challenges encountered during the implementation was very limited. However, in addition to the information on the contents and the progress of the projects, some comments were useful, for example, with regard to the observations on the reports and some institutional and bureaucratic problems to be considered…

In summary, it was a very enriching day and it was said that it would be important to repeat it.