The HERA multiplier event in Portugal was promoted to Porto Polytechnic via email. The communication reached 19.000 students and 1.500 teachers. The communication presented the multiplier objectives and program as well as the HERA rational, objectives, and implementation.
The HERA project is promoted on the EPALE portal through a post in the EPALE blog. The post aims to raise awareness among EPALE users on the HERA objectives, outcomes, and benefits and to encourage the downloading of the HERA game, which is openly available to all see the post
See here a collection of learning sheets that describe end-to-end learning activities built on the HERA problem-based learning game see more
A 2nd multiplier event took place on Tuesday May 18, 2021 addressing students at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The participants had the opportunity to discuss problem-based learning benefits and game-based approaches in education. They further had the opportunity to use the HERA game hands-on for designing an eCommerce community in a city see more.
The HERA multiplier event in Denmark was held on April 27, 2021. The event took place on-line with students and educators from CopenhagenSchool of Design and Technology, KEA, https://kea.dk/en/. KEA is a higher educational institution with focus on technology and design, and with a high focus on practice and working with industry during their studies. It operates as a knowledge center for public and private companies. Due to the COVID-19 situation, all higher education organizations continue their operations on-line. The event took place on MSTeams, from a link provided from one of the teachers at KEA. The participants were a combination of students and educators from different study lines in Communication (technology) and IT and Design. A total of 47 persons were present see more
A press release was issued on April 12, 2021 promoting the HERA multiplier event in Greece, that takes place on April 16, 2021 at the Department of Energy Systems of the University of Thessaly located in Larissa see the press release.
A new version of the HERA software was released, including updates on the software based on evaluation input as well as fixes download the new release.
HERA was presented via email to the students and teachers of the schools of Engineering and Management at Porto Polytechnic. A total of 100.000 students and 750 teachers were reached through the communication, which presented the HERA rational, objectives, activities, and outcomes.