Sumy State University have developed such a system, as a result of recommendations made during our June 2016 Tempus ALIGN project peer review of SSU's 'Computational Mechanics' study programme.
The concept behind our new ICM (International Credit Mobility) project is to allow SSU staff and students to present the university cabinet system, so that IADT staff can peer review the cabinet, using IADT lenses.
Our lenses might include... Need? Doability? Practicality? Integration with (or replacement of) existing systems? WHY? Design? Uex - Usability Experience? UD – Universal Design? GDPR? Data protection and responsibilities? Potential?
Terminology will also be crucial for our project, with the development of an updated common glossary, based on the Tempus ALIGN 'Definitions'… We need clarity on SSU terms and IADT equivalents… Ukrainian terms and Irish (or EU) equivalents... A common language
The initial SSU to IADT mobility and presentations will hopefully occur on the week of the 25th of February 2019.