Tuning Lithuania (2009-2012)

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Project title: Development of the Concept of the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) at the National Level: Harmonization of the Credit and Implementation of the Learning Outcomes Based Study Programme Design

Coordinating institutions: Vilnius University and Tuning Association

Dates: 11 September 2009 – 4 June 2012

Participant countries: Lithuania

Subject areas included in the project: Art and Design, English Philology, Social Work, Medicine, Chemistry, Informatics, Music, Public Health

Project objectives: To implement the new credit concept defined in the Law on Education and Studies adopted on April 30, 2009, to achieve a higher degree of consistency with the European higher education institutions and to make optimal use of the advantages of the credit system. The project was aimed at developing a system that would enable higher education institutions in Lithuania to introduce a ECTS principle-based crediting system, i.e., student oriented teaching and dual understanding of academic credit.

Project website: http://www4066.vu.lt/ (in Lithuanian)

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Outcomes in terms of documents and publications:

tuning_defaultGuidelines of competence development in the study field of English Philology tuning_defaultGuidelines of competence development in the study field of Chemistry
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tuning_defaultGuidelines of competence development in the study field of Art and Design tuning_defaultGuidelines of competence development in the study field of Informatics
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tuning_defaultGuidelines of competence development in the study field of Medicine tuning_defaultGuidelines of competence development in the study field of Music
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tuning_defaultGuidelines of competence development in the study field of Social Work tuning_defaultGuidelines of competence development in the study field of Public Health
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tuning_defaultECTS: History. Implementation. Problems tuning_defaultDegree programme development: methodological guide for study programme teachers
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tuning_defaultGuidelines for research of a field of professional activity tuning_defaultRecommendations on competence development and integration of the learning outcome assessment methodology into the internal quality assurance system

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To find out more about this project, check the Tuning Research section of the website or contact us directly.

Maria

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