ALIEN : Active Learning in Engineering Education
- University of Thessaly
- Polytechnic Institute of Porto
- University of Central Lancashire
- University of Malaya
- JVN Institute
- Technical University Gabrovo
- Tallinn University
- NU EDU Pakisatan
- Tribhuvan University
- Kathmandu University
- University of Battambang
- Meanchey University
- Institute of Technology of Cambodia
- ISRA University
- Hanoi University
- Hanoi University of Science and Technology
- Universiti Tenaga Nasional
ALIEN’s aim is to improve the quality of higher education by providing more motivating, stimulating, and effective learning contexts that prepare students for their professional life through the development of industry desired competences.
ALIEN implements an Active Learning context through Problem and Project-based Learning methodologies addressing real-life issues related to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts.
The methodology will be supported by a virtual learning environment that will a set of digital tools that will allow students to experiment, collaborate, and communicate in an extended and multinational learning community that will also include other stakeholders like teachers and researchers.
ALIEN’s expected impact includes also the institutional strategical adoption of Active Learning as the primary pedagogical approach.