Innovative approaches

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Innovative approaches

    • ARTICE: Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) - and teaching at UPPA

      E2S intends to provide each student with access to the necessary digital resources. For this, it will rely on the ARTICE Department to promote and support new forms of communication, teaching, learning and research through the use of CTBT.

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    • Robots in the classroom!

      A team from the UPPA computer science lab participates in the PERSERVERONS project which brings together different resources in the Aquitaine region to use digital tools to encourage school perseverance and prevent school failure.

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    • Sports: UPPA's successful atheletes

      Sports are an important part of life in southern Aquitaine, and at UPPA. In 2016, UPPA athletes excelled in a number of competitions.

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    • Transatlantic online learningA joint waste-management course with the University of Morelos in Mexico

      An innovative program allows students in France and Mexico to share a course with important environmental dimension.

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    • Transfrontier doctorials

      In 2011, the first Transfrontier Doctorials were organized between the University of Pau and the Pays de l'Adour and the University of the Basque Country (UPV-EHU), the only event of its type in the European Union. The Doctorials are an intensive workshop for PhD candidates, to prepare them for the job market.

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    • UPPA's Undergraduate Quality InitiativeHistory and method

      With its primary goal of continually improving education, the Undergraduate Quality Initiative has been a key strategic focus of UPPA since 2007. To accomplish this, and to harmonize the process across the components of the institution, the University created a "quality cell" to assist programs with implementation and with the use of the self-evaluation tools provided by the Observatory of Students (ODE).

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