Project status granted Project time 13.09.2022- 15.09.2022 Website https://bpm2022.uni-muenster.de/ Funding source Participation / conference fees Keywords Business Process Management; BPM; Conference
Project status in progress Project time 01.11.2021- 31.10.2023 Funding source EC - Lifelong Learning Programme: Erasmus+ Project number 2021-1-LI01-KA220-HED-000023006 Keywords ERASMUS+; smart toys; schoolchildren; Artificial Intelligence; AI
The main aim of the project is to improve Master Program in Information Systems according to the needs of the modern society; to bring the universities closer to changes in global labour market and world education sphere. MASTIS will enable the Partner Country & EU Universities to modernize Information System education based on the student-oriented principals, strong university-enterprise cooperation and modern approaches to the education. It will give the Partner Country Universities an opportunity to prepare competitive specialists for Ukrainian, Montenegrin and the global labour market.
Project status definitely finished Project time 01.02.2016- 31.10.2019 Website http://www.mastis.pro Funding source EC - Lifelong Learning Programme: Erasmus+ Project number 561592-EPP-1-2015-1-FR-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP Keywords e-learning; Informations Systems; Curriculum Design
Digital Me aims to provide women with a browser-based and target group-specific offer for the STEM professions. In a virtual world environment, the participants aged 15 to 17 can find information and decision-making aids as well as games. In the end they know the content and career opportunities in selected IT professions so that they can consciously chose their studies and professions. In this way, Digital Me strives for a higher participation of young women in occupations with IT content and their leadership positions.
Project status definitely finished Project time 01.10.2016- 30.09.2019 Website https://www.digital-me.info/ Funding source Federal Ministry of Education and Research Project number 01FP1606 Keywords Career choice; STEM; IT-career; woman
EQUAL-IST aims at introducing structural changes to enhance gender equality within Information Systems and Technology Research institutions, which have been demonstrated to be among the research sectors most affected by gender inequalities at all levels.
Project status definitely finished Project time 01.06.2016- 31.05.2019 Website http://www.equal-ist.eu/ Funding source EU H2020 - Coordination and support action Project number 710549 Keywords gender mainstreaming; gender equality; information systems; gender equality action plans
Business Process Management (BPM) has evolved into an important topic at universities in Europe and abroad, and it has become an important part of modern management education both at the bachelor and master levels. At the same time, however, many practitioners are nowadays confronted with challenges related to BPM, even though BPM has not been part of their primary and secondary education. In addition, a technology-driven field such as BPM is subject to the rapid changes and innovations in information technology; so even managers who have graduated only recently have a permanent demand to update their knowledge and skillson a continuous, life-long basis. .Therefore, the goal of the BPM_Online project is to establish executive BPM education throughout Europe within a network of leading BPM research institutions.
Project status definitely finished Project time 15.10.2015- 14.10.2017 Website http://www.bpm-online.uni.li/ Funding source EC - Lifelong Learning Programme: Erasmus+ Project number GA 2015-1-LI01-KA203-000040 Keywords Curriculum Design; BPM; E-Government
Project status definitely finished Project time 01.02.2008- 31.12.2011 Website http://www.mankip.de Funding source Federal Ministry of Education and Research Project number 01FM07061 Keywords Businness Process Modelling; Business Process Management; Kreativität
The objective of the study "E-Inclusion - digital integration by E-Government" was to analyze the usage and design possibilities of E-Government services for a less-involved audience in Germany and to develop recommendations that can improve the participation of this groups. The study has been conducted on the authority of the Federal Ministry of the Interior of Germany.
Project status definitely finished Project time 01.07.2007- 30.11.2007 Funding source Federal Ministry of the Interior Keywords e-Government; e-Inclusion; Digital Divide; Digital Integration