Aurora Digital Campus: Foundations laid for the joint digital campus

Aurora Dig­i­tal Cam­pus: Foun­da­tions laid for the joint dig­i­tal cam­pus

From March 5th to March 8th, 2024, Aurora  held a workshop in Innsbruck to further develop the Aurora Digital Campus. Over the course of four intensive days, IT experts and other relevant administrative staff took part in setting the course for the joint digital campus.

The starting point of the discussions was the development of a common understanding of the digital campus and its building blocks. It was decided that a common central course catalogue, which collects information on courses from the individual university systems, would be the first building block. Starting from this, procedures for automated enrolment and course registration processes in the local systems as well as access to the local teaching management systems will be developed. The issuing, exchange and archiving of digital credentials then form the final building block, for which new IT solutions need to be developed.

Additional working groups have been set up along the various topics to further realise these plans. In the area of the joint course catalogue, a pilot that has already been developed will be expanded to include further universities (Free University of Amtersdam and the University of Rovira i Virgili) and its functionality will be tested. The University of Duisburg-Essen and the University of Rovira i Virgili will also develop a proof of concept for automated enrolment and course registration in the local university systems, while the University of Innsbruck and the University of Naples will be responsible for developing a concept for digital credentials.

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