ERAMCA Project Reference: 609574-EPP-1-2019-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

WP 4

Lead organisation: POLITO

Partner organisation: BUW, UNIOS, TTPU, SamSACII, IWPHE, TTU, KPITTU

Description:

This forth work package deals with the creation of teaching material hypertext based in order to support theoretical and practical multi-disciplinary learning. This is the overall objective of this work package.

The Work Package aims to achieve the following results:

  • Design and development of didactic material to support theoretical and practical lessons and to be done on site by local skilled teachers;
  • Design and development of a digital library with all the digital teaching materials (e.g. hypertexts, video, etc.) that introduces and supports systemic and multi-dimensional approach in Environmental risk assessment and mitigation on Cultural Heritage assets and offer a platform for flipped classrooms and personalized learning.

Tasks:

Task 4.1 Development of a digital library about theoretical contents

A digital library will be developed in English Language. The digital library will be based on the previously designed theoretical courses and could be used as a multi-disciplinary course to introduce the practical lessons to be done in each University where the Master in Environment risk assessment and mitigation on Cultural Heritage will be activated. It could be also used as a platform for personalized and flipped learning for different disciplinary courses or to integrate existing curricula. The design of the digital library will require the definition of the storyboard of different lectures and the development of drawing, animations, video and schemes. The digital library will be sized in all the theoretical lessons planned in WP3 for each course. The final products will be reviewed. The digital library will be produced with contributions from different partners and subcontracting the post-production phase and graphical assessment.

Task 4.2 Development of practical trainings for each theoretical course

Basing on theoretical courses specific practice lessons will be planned and ad-hoc material (notes, textbooks, manuals, best practices) will be produced and based on the hypertext format to support practical application of theoretical concepts. Test field will be individuated in each Partner Countries and complete examples will be developed to show how to use the theoretical principles.

Task 4.3 Laboratories implementation

The Laboratories conceived to support practical training will be realized in each of the Partner Countries by acquiring the hardware and software as planned in Task 3.4. Each involved University will provide ad-hoc space and technical personnel able to manage hardware and software installation and maintenance as co-funding of the project.

Other Work Packages

WP 1

This first work package aims to investigate skills and competence requirements in the environmental risk assessment e.g. seismic

WP 2

This second work package aims to investigate existing curricula and courses in the field of environmental risk assessment and mitigation

WP 3

This third work package aims to design and develop multi-disciplinary courses for a Master in Cultural Heritage conservation in Central

WP 5

The fifth work package is dedicated to the training of teachers and staff from different institutions. The training will be carried out with

WP 6

In this Work Package a test “on-the-field” will be launched. In a first step at least one University of each Partner Countries will select a

WP 7

The aim of this Work Package is to set procedures, criteria and resources for monitoring the project in order to meet its diversified targets

WP 8

This eighth work package sets the conditions, accomplishes the dissemination of the project, and prepares all activities necessary to

WP 9

This work package aims to ensure that the overall objectives of the ERAMCA project will be achieved within the foreseen time and budget