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This section is meant to facilitate the sharing of information among partners as far as the dissemination events carried out are concerned. A description of the event, the number of people participating and the evaluation of the event are available for each dissemination event.

Partners' Institution:

Karoli Gaspar Reformatus Egyetem

Name of the person involved in the event:

Ildikó Szabó, Attila Mócza, Judit Hardi, Tamás Csontos, Krisztina Streitman-Neumayer, Andrea Petrik-Zseni

Date of the event:

25 January 2023 - 25 February 2023

Type of Dissemination event:

Multiplier Event

Target group:


Number of people reached by event:


Held in:

Kecskemét (Hungary)

Description of Dissemination Event:

The participants represented several areas, fields and levels of education:
Higher Education lecturers arrived from different regions of the country (Budapest, Baja, Esztergom, Nagykőrös, Kecskemét, Debrecen). This regional variety ensures that the project results will reach into culturally, socially, economically different parts of the country; it also supports the horizontal spread of project results. The HE lecturers either teach English or German as a foreign language, English or German for LSP or both.
The HE lecturers also represent different fields of education. As our faculty is of Teacher Training, most of the participants are from this discipline. Nevertheless, there are participants who teach LSP in Engineering, Accountancy, Management; this way a more varied approach to the project results is guaranteed.Teachers of English and German from bilingual education were also present teaching several disciplines in English or German; some of them teach either LSP (Logistics,Tourism, Commerce) in English at technical insitutes, or English/German as a foreign language in high school, in both cases preparing students for HE.
Academic associations were also represented by participants.Decision makers were reperesented by a school principal of a bilingual school and by a representative of Diocesan Catholic Schools Board. The latter is responsible for professionally managing different kinds of educational institutions, following and implementing innovations in them; the project results can be promoted through this board very efficiently.
Policy makers were represented by representatives of Magyar Felsőoktatási Akkreditációs Bizottság (The Hungarian Accreditation Committe) that is a national expert body for monitoring, safeguarding and evaluating the quality of teaching, scientific research and artistic activities in higher education. This is the national body that accreditates any educational programmes in Hungary, therefore their acknowledment of the project results could promote them in HE in Hungary.

Outcomes and Results:

As a conclusion in the last session of the ME an interactive phase came; the question was: What we take along from QuILL? The participants could ask questions or reflect on the input they gained throughout the event. One of the questions we discussed for a while was the changed role of the teacher in the world of digital resources.In addition to the theoretical summaries, the practical demonstration was a great success, in which the participants were able to gain an insight into the mysteries of digital curriculum development. It ended on a high tune according to the participants.

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