“I have no time for that, it is so complicated and no one assists” is an often heard but false prejudice when it comes to technology in teaching. At the 14th annual conference INTED in Valencia from March 2nd to 4th on educational technologies Petra Hauptfeld argued in favor for digital instruction by providing teachers with easy e-learning exercises, room for self-paced learning and institutional recognition – like demonstrated in the blended learning course #Teaching2030.
The University of Perugia hosted the final meeting in Assisi from December 9th to 12th 2019. Located near the famous Basilica San Francesco, it was an impressive place to end a project. The meeting was dedicated to the finalization of the working manuals for the iLab. Each university presented their iLab regarding the contents of the five chapters and agreed on layout issues. The results of the online testing of the cBook were presented in short as well as minor changes deriving from the testing. Moreover, the project team discussed all requirements concerning the teacher training assessment of the course #Teaching2030 (lesson plans, assessment criteria, profile of the assessors) and distributed the tasks for writing the assessment manual. The University perfectly organized the meeting, also inviting the major of Assisi, Stefania Proietti, who stressed the importance of international collaboration.