Welcome to the Tools page of UniLab's website!

In this page you can find tools and resources developed by the UniLab consortium. 

All the materials on this website may be freely used and copied for non-commercial purposes, provided that the source is acknowledged. All contents are licensed under the attribution 4.0 international (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 licence).

State of the Art in March 2020 (reviewed in September 2020):

Case Studies and current practices in the form of videos to watch or documents to download/read. 

Visit our Resources section. 

Strategic Plan for developing existing or new collaborations in RU, BY and AZ, and Model of University-Business cooperation that improves existing models and that facilitates collaboration. Link to document.

  • Prototype Education Model: it will allow RU, BY and AZ to modernise their current education model. This prototype has been developed according to the needs of these countries. The objective of this prototype is to help improving the quality of education, aligning labour market and academia. This prototype is now ready and is being tested. It will soon be available in this website.
  • Prototype Model of extra-curricular activities: it has been designed to help students to identify and develop transversal (soft) graduate skills as well as facilitate a smooth transition from education to employment. These activities, developed as a pack of moodle modules, has now been developed and is being tested with real students. Once this process finishes, the tool will be available through this website.

Internet portal addressed to students undertaking practical placements with resources to help them understand this activity and adapt to the labour life. It will include templates, guidelines, assessment tools, a database of enterprises, model agreements, a forum to exchange experiences and more. This portal is currently under development. Once it is fully functioning, it will be available from this website.

Document describing the philosophy, principles and concept of model practical Work-Based Learning placements.

Document describing the desired standards for enhanced students’ Work-Based Learning practical placements, focusing in four main components:

  • quality planning
  • quality assurance
  • quality control
  • quality improvement

The set of tools will be a model that users will be able to adapt to their needs and reality. The models will include, for example:

  • templates of digital portfolios
  • model for peer reviewing of work
  • guide for developing (or improving) writing reports skills

Model of international university career centres cooperative to deal with the students searching for relevant internships or fresh graduates looking for a job. The model will include a network of international university career centres with open lectures and workshops from industry leaders and other experts enhancing the students careers chances. Follow this link to read more about the international careers centers model.

Peer learning
enterprise University Collaboration
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