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    Save the Date - EWP Town Hall meeting - 22 August 2022 (Erasmus Without Paper)

    We are pleased to announce the date for the first EWP+ Town Hall meeting, on the 22nd of August at 2pm CEST (GMT+1). This forum will be part of a set of actions to ensure that no end-user is left behind. See more information about the Interoperability Reinforcement Plan here.

    Because feedback and end-user input are critical in the roll-out and efforts to continuously improve the Erasmus Without Paper Network, we introduce the concept of Town Hall Meetings.

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    Interoperability Reinforcement Plan (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    As the first deadlines for switching to fully digital inter-institutional agreements (IIAs) and learning agreements (LAs) are approaching, further progress is needed to put an end to the considerable difficulties experienced by many end-users. To respond to this need, a new Interoperability Reinforcement Plan (or Action Plan) sets out the full interoperability of IIAs and LAs as the highest priority for the EWP network for the coming 6 months.

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    Survey analysis: your view on EWP (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    In spring 2022 the EWP+ consortium reached out to the Higher Education community to take stock of the developments on Erasmus Without Paper (EWP). Therefore a survey was circulated targeted at people working in international offices involved in EWP-implementation at their institution. Up to 700 participants shared their views on several aspects and 419 colleagues answered the whole set of questions.

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    The EWP+ Meet The Team Series: Victoria Penopoulou (ESCI Service Desk Agent) (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    The Erasmus Without Paper project plays a central role in digitalization of the Erasmus administration. A total of 14 consortium partner institutions are working on various building blocks of the European Student Card Initiative, aiming to replace paper-based workflows, allowing Higher Education Institutions (HEI) to digitally exchange information in the context of student mobility.

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    EWP Dashboard: What goes on behind the scenes? - maintenance and future enhancements (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    You are probably familiar with the EWP Dashboard, the free-to-use online tool to support management of Erasmus+ student mobilities. Currently, it is used to oversee students (online) Learning Agreements (OLAs), manage Inter-Institutional Agreements (IIAs), input data to the Erasmus+ App, i.e. to handle student nominations through the Erasmus App and feed information into the Ukraine support trackr (find out more here).

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    Specific business user groups announced at Erasmus Goes Digital webinar (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    The latest sessions of the Erasmus Goes Digital webinars, hosted on Thursday 16/06, are available online via the EWP Competence Centre. The sessions saw the announcement of system-specific business user groups. Information on how to join can be found below.

    At the Erasmus Goes Digital webinar in spring there was a huge interest in having discussions with colleagues using a similar system and the EWP+ Consortium would like to facilitate such exchanges. As part of the action plan to reinforce interoperability (the plan itself will be shared with the community soon), the consortium announced the establishment of system specific business user groups. These open discussion groups, set up per mobility management system, aim to facilitate the exchange of information and discussion about issues affecting them. The Consortium announced the establishment of a virtual collaboration space in the messaging program Slack. In due time, those user groups will become part of the formal ESCI governance structure and twice a year participants will be invited for an online meeting per user group.

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    Erasmus Goes Digital: summer webinars (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    Mark your calendar: 16th of June there is a new Erasmus Goes Digital webinar.

    The programme differentiates between EWP Dashboard users and users with an inhouse/third party solution.

    Tentative programme:

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    ESCI Community Service Desk update (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    The new integrated ESCI Community Service Desk has been up and running for 8 weeks. In that period, agents successfully resolved 440 tickets. The Service Desk aims to respond to all tickets immediately and resolve each ticket within five work days.

    The Service Desk agents continue to support students, HEIs and technical people on a daily basis, By working with technical teams in all layers of the Erasmus ecosystem. We thank everyone for their engagement and patience.

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    Erasmus Goes Digital: summer session (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    SAVE THE DATE: Erasmus Goes Digital webinars return for Summer Session on 16/06

    2313 participants from across 33 countries viewed the Erasmus Goes Digital: spring webinars and a large majority of them indicated they would participate in the next webinar sessions. But we have no time to thank all the speakers and our community for tuning in en masse. Because next sessions are already around the corner. Join us on the 16th of June for the Erasmus Goes Digital - summer webinars.

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    ESCI Community Service Desk at your Service (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    The new integrated ESCI Community Service Desk is now operational and ready to process support requests from students, HEIs and technical people about services such as the Erasmus Dashboard, the Erasmus Without Paper network, the Erasmus+ App and the Online Learning Agreement (OLA). This was announced during the Erasmus Goes Digital: spring webinars on Wednesday 6th of April 2022.

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    Erasmus Goes Digital: spring webinars (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    Mark your calendar: 6th of April there is a new Erasmus Goes Digital webinar.

    The programme differentiates between EWP Dashboard users and users with an inhouse/third party solution.

    Tenative programme:

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    Share your views on EWP (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    The year 2022 will be crucial for the digital future of the Erasmus administration. The renewal of our inter-institutional agreements will be done in a digital fashion and Higher Education Institutions need to support online learning agreements. And while many of us are still struggling to make it work, the next digitalisation steps are already awaiting around the corner with nominations and Transcript of Records to be exchanged in a digital manner. Moreover the European Student Identifier will both facilitate data exchanges and easy authentication for students.

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    Erasmus Without Paper: let’s make it happen (Welcome to the EUF Knowledge Base!)

    The year 2022 will be crucial for the digital future of the Erasmus administration. The renewal of our inter-institutional agreements will be done in a digital fashion and Higher Education Institutions need to support online learning agreements. Read more. 


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