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Welcome to the knowledge base for the Erasmus Dashboard!

The Erasmus Dashboard (also known as the Erasmus Without Paper Dashboard) is available to all Higher Education Institutions in Europe and was designed specifically for institutions that are currently not using any digital solution to manage their Erasmus mobility management.

Already, around 3000 Erasmus Charter holders for Higher Education have requested access to the Dashboard and you can register here to explore how it supports your mobility management.

It is a free-to-use tool providing you with the basic functionality needed to manage the mobility processes of Erasmus+. It also connects to the European Commission's Erasmus+ Mobile App, allowing you to communicate with the incoming and outgoing students directly via the App, and lets you manage the Online Learning Agreements.

The tool has been developed with the support of the European Commission and can be used as the official tool to manage your Erasmus+ mobilities.

Since February 2020 the EWP Dashboard also hosts an EWP Inter-Institutional Agreement Manager which allows for the establishment of Inter-Institutional Agreements

In this knowledge base you will be able to find articles, user stories, tutorials, frequently asked questions and links to other resources.

Browse through the articles on the left menu bar or use the search engine to find answers to your questions!

EWP support - capacity issues
Even though the EU funding for the EWP project officially ended on 31.12.2019, the Erasmus Without Paper Network and Dashboard will be maintained and further developed in the context of the European Student Card Initiative. The core project team remains active despite there being no direct funding at present for the EWP project, working to ensure that both the EWP Network and Dashboard remain available to more than 2200 and 3000 higher education institutions respectively. In 2020 and 2021 we have also deployed new APIs and online services and ensured that the rapid increase in the number of connections to this infrastructure was achieved without difficulties. We also made a major effort to tend to more than 3000 emails and support requests.

The rapid growth of EWP and the fact that personalised support to users is a very resource-intensive task means that we do not have the capacity to continue to operate this service to the desired extent for the time being, and would like to invite users to refer to the EWP Competence Centre, where most relevant information can already be found. In the meantime, we will continue to strive for resources to be allocated to enabling the kind of support that the Erasmus+ community undoubtably deserves.

The EWP teams remains strongly committed to the success of this initiative and the ESCI as a whole. We will continue to marshal our own resources and voluntary work to cover the costs of keeping the EWP Network, Dashboard and Competence Centre available and are currently exploring different possibilities to ensure a more sustainable funding.

Update: a contract has been signed with the European Commission on the 18th October 2021 which should enable several key EWP services to be strengthened from 2022 onwards, including the allocation of more capacity to support and helpdesk to HEIs. 

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