WP 2 (lead partner UoR)- Involvement of stakeholders and beneficiaries

  • Drafting Benchmarking tool – the practical tool for universities and institutions of higher education to review their response to the EHEA’s Social Dimension recommendations by UoR and UCLL
  • Each of 4 institutions conducted benchmarking to pilot the tool and came up with short presentations on results of the first benchmarking exercise during the two-day workshop in Leuven (November 2017)
  • All partners contributed to the discussions the implications for the writing of the institutional guidelines and the national / regional guidelines, as well as to the Workshop based on stakeholders and strategies exercise during the two-day workshop in Leuven (November 2017)
  • All beneficiaries from Armenia and Behr contributed to the discussions and worked on drafting the institutional master plans during the study-visits to UCLL and UoR (March 2018). Each of partner institution came up with the short presentations on the drafts and created short videos on the experience shared during the site visit
  •  Each of 4 universities presented briefly the updated master plans already during the first dissemination event in Travnik (May 2018). The final documents were updated based on the feedback from EU partners and beneficiaries and uploaded on the web-site

INCLUSION Benchmarking tool 


AUA_Master Plan

UNT_Master Plan

UNTZ_Master Plan


WP 3 (lead partner UCLL)– Involvement of stakeholders and beneficiaries

  •  Provision of experience for the list of resources for the purchase of equipment, while universities were researching the needs for inclusive teaching in their contexts. Feedback on the list of resources for the purchase of equipment during a workshop with presentations by each university on the list of suggested equipment.
  • Draft guidelines for inclusive learning and teaching are a result of collaborative work by all partners. Partners contributed more than 60 websites, literature and other entries for the development of the guidelines.
  • New resources for inclusive learning and teaching were developed during a three-day training by all partners. The short educational videos can be found on the project’s website.
  • During the study visits to PCU’s (UNT and UNTZ to UCLL, AUA and SAFAA to UoR), stakeholder consultations took place with PCU staff and students, where ideas and recommendations were shared (see also presentations of the site visits)

Inclusive approaches to learning teaching assessment

Universal Design for Learning