Allies is expected to have a considerable impact on its target-groups.

Digital Learning Materials and Real-life Study Cases

ALLIES (Digital Training Tools in Steel Structure Integrity) is expected to have a considerable impact on its target-groups, which include teachers from universities and professionals (graduates of mechanical, civil and industrial engineers), both during and after the end of the project. The project, also, targets two types of specializations, ITC and steel structure integrity, in order to boost digital education in engineering sciences.

Expected Results


Teachers needs and perception analysis on Digital training

Research analysis on digital training methodologies in use and the needs felt by the teachers/trainers to improve their knowledge, skills, and competencies on digital tools in the field of steel structures.
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New methodologies for teaching using digital tools

Development of a general guide with a series of digital tools, describing its main characteristics and possible uses in the field of blended learning, especially in the field of teaching and learning of STEM disciplines with a special focus on steel structures.
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Elaboration of new steel structures integrity curricula based on competences units

Development of an innovative curriculum, based on the learning outcomes approach, for providing digital competences for working with digital tools in the field of steel structures integrity.
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Digital learning materials and real-life study cases

Development of digital educational material and digital twin for training purpose.
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Transnational plan for deployment the postgraduate programme study in HE community

The developed new teaching methodologies, competence units, and digital study cases will be introduced in national and transnational levels, developing a European harmonized methodology for implementation.
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