The six meeting of The Erasmus+ project “Knowledge FOr Resilient soCiEty”- K-FORCE, took place on January 29th to February 02nd, 2018 hosted by the university of Ziline in Slovakia.
The first two working days (January 29th and 30th) took place in Ziline, while the other three working days (January 31th to February 02nd) took place in Besanova. During the first two days at first warm up and wrap up activities were presented by the University of Novi Sad with the aim to discuss on what has been done so far and what are the forthcoming events. University of Skopje presented the report and summary of the quality control report of the internal evaluation of previously organized events, internal evaluation of the K-FORCE by project partners including recommendations for improvement. In addition, a summary report of the events and dissemination activities organized by the project partners was presented. Recommendations for improvement and instructions for future steps was discussed. In addition, a self-evaluation by all project partners including Epoka university was presented. Every institution described the work so far such as the strengths, strengths, weakness as well as future steps. During the second day, b-learning material and e-learning platform was presented such as recorded webinars and learning material on project website. In addition, the opening of the LLL courses was discussed including the plan and future steps.
During the other three days, three main workshops were held. In the third day, the workshop was based on the development of LLL COURSES. The goal was to analyse the WBC needs for LLL courses according to data obtained, define required knowledge, skills and competencies, adapt selected master-level learning material for LLL purposes and discuss how to deliver LLL courses in blended way to professionals from non-HEI partners and from outside the K-FORCE consortium. The fourth day workshop was based on the learning materials needed for the program. The workshop goal was to define how to improve the future development of e-learning materials, transfer the know-how for preparing webinars to other WBC HEIs and to agree about the details for publishing text books. During the last day, the workshop was based on the b-learning platform, defining the methodology for b-learning and final agreement about the platform to be used within the project.