eACCESS teaching and learning platform will include innovative teaching mechanisms for classwork and laboratory work. It will support video-assisted pedagogy, peer-to-peer studies, teamwork, and new methods for students’ progress, assessment and feedback collection. The platform will allow partner universities to engage with students from remote locations who are physically unable to attend classes, widening access for future power engineers.
Following a formal decision making process, which consisted of various consultations and inquiries in form of surveys, eACCESS adopted an on-site Moodle-based eLearning platform. University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has been taking the lead in exploiting this initiative and is supporting the development and deployment of the eLearning platform in the partner universities.