This document provides an overview of the eight areas of HEInnovate and lists the statements found in the self-assessment. To access this document in any of the EU languages, click on the 'view' or 'download' buttons on the right.
A general presentation, which covers the background of HEInnovate and provides a brief overview of the eight areas of the self-assessment. Use the presentation as you see fit and tailor it to suit your workshop.
The manual gives you a comprehensive overview on how to best use HEInnovate and describes three different types of HEInnovate workshops. It explains the use and features of the website, including how to set up your own groups.
These are chapters from the Training Manual, providing advice and ideas on how to run the three different types of HEInnovate workshops, set the agenda and whom to invite.
You can use the action sheet to capture the actions agreed on by participants during the workshops.
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