European Virtual Academy meeting at TAMK

This week our Media Programme hosts the second EVA project meeting.

Noora Honkaniemi and Alicia Fernándes promoting EVA at TAMK
 School of Art and Media accompanied by EVA Board members Doru Pop,
Robert Wierzbicki, Dezső Szenkovics and Ari Närhi
European Virtual Academy builds a transnational educational platform, a service for exchange studies implemented at home. EVA follows the guidelines of building the European Higher Education Area as they are presented in the ECTS Users' Guide.

In autumn 2011 EVA started a series of online courses about visual culture, developed by professors from arts, media and social sciences.

EVA will become a digital version of a real university, with library, classrooms and workshops, laboratories and forum space. Everything is available to all the students of the participating universities.

The present project is financed by the EU Long Life Learning Programme and will run until end of 2012. The plan is to continue the project in 2013 with more partners.

Courses offered by EVA partners this spring:
  • Contemporary Mainstream Cinema
  • Femininity and Visual Cultualture
  • Image Interpretation
  • Refexivity in Film
  • Social Media in Communication and Community Building
  • Special effects
  • Storytelling in Virtual Environments
The founding partners of EVA are:
  • Babeş-Bolyai University
  • Hochschule Mittweida - University of Applied Sciences
  • Sapientia Hungarian University of Transilvania
  • Tampere University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Milano-Bicocca
More partners will be invited soon for the autumn semester.

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