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"AP.RES" project

In a changing economic, ecological and health context, the AP.RES project aims to optimise the creativity of teachers and the success of students by developing and structuring in a concerted and comprehensive manner the multiple learning methods available to university actors. The current health crisis has highlighted, in a contradictory but ultimately complementary way, the irrefutable need for face-to-face contact and the considerable resources offered by digital devices. The university must now demonstrate its ability to articulate and optimise these various methods, in conjunction with the pedagogical transformations of secondary education. In this sense, the UPJV will rely on certain current projects, in particular the Territoire Numérique Éducatif de l’Aisne, the Territoire d’Innovation Pédagogique OSER! and the NCU EPIONE, LCeR and 100% IDT, to propose, at all levels, a concerted multi-modal training offer.

The AP.RES project contains three main axes.

The first axis, that of training, aims to develop an open source portfolio of skills, for use in all the UPJV’s components, as well as a distance self-training system, which will enable the student’s career to be valued and individualised. These tools could be disseminated to other universities at the local (A2U) and national (and even international) levels.
The second axis, evaluation, aims to order an Eval’Truck, which will contain connected evaluation equipment (computers, fast charge terminals, 4G server), and will allow evaluations to be carried out in delocalized locations, whether or not they are UPJV sites.
The last axis, orientation, will allow to support the PIA OSER! on the valorisation of orientation buses, to propose scenarios of serious games in connection with the Toolbox. Meetings with high schools and colleagues will be organised.

In addition, three doctoral theses are planned on research topics related to the acceptability of the digital tool by the student, questions of equity, and anonymisation of copies.

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