Interreg "CoDyCa" project

Collaborative Dynamic Cartography from the range of courses offered by higher education institutions in the cross-border regions

The main objective of the CoDyCa project is to set up a dynamic presentation platform for the engineering sciences courses available at regional level.

It aims to provide assistance in creating and adapting that provision. The platform will supply different services according to the requirements of those involved: develop the range of courses offered in an informed way for higher education institutes, assist course guidance and improve understanding of opportunities for future students, publicise available courses for companies looking for employees and/or wishing to train their employees, anticipate the requirements of the region for local authorities, and highlight the requirements of companies and the courses in line with those expectations for people looking for work or in professional transition.

Among the many tasks of the project, EDUDL+ is mainly concerned with modelling frames of reference for courses as well as selecting data and calculating the decision-making indicators relating to courses offered. An initial static version of this platform should be available in summer 2020.

Project budget
CHF 1,010,000

Duration
June 2019 – June 2022

Swiss Distance University Institute participants

Partners
HES-SO (lead partner, Switzerland), Swiss Distance University Institute, University of Savoie Mont Blanc (lead partner, France), Pentila, pôle emploi (French government employment agency), Club des Entreprises (business club) of the University of Savoie Mont Blanc, Maison de l’Economie Développement (economic development agency for Geneva/Haute Savoie region), the Office for the Promotion of Industries and Technologies (OPI) and Swiss Engineering.

Financing

  • For Switzerland: Feder (The Swiss Confederation), the Cantons of Valais, Vaud and Geneva
  • For France: Interreg (EU), The region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
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