projects involved

The European student eID for Higher Education will be the result of establishing key connections between the following existing networks and projects:

The eduGAIN interfederation service connects identity federations around the world, simplifying access to content, services and resources for the global research and education community. eduGAIN comprises over 60 participant federations connecting more than 5,000 Identity and Service Providers.

The Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (eIDAS) provides a predictable regulatory environment to enable secure and seamless electronic interactions between businesses, citizens and public authorities across European borders.

Erasmus Without Paper (EWP) is an electronic network that aims to digitise student mobility workflows and interconnect the +5,000 holders of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education. By enabling the interoperability of student management systems, EWP is a trusted networks for HEIs to exchange student data in an electronic form.

The Erasmus Dashboard is a free, cloud-based tool that supports higher education institutions (HEIs) in managing student mobility under the Erasmus+ programme. Fully integrated with the Online Learning Agreement and the Erasmus+ Mobile App, the Dashboard allows HEIs to communicate with students and initiate, sign or decline learning agreements online.

The Online Learning Agreement allows students and sending and receiving higher education institutions taking part in the Erasmus+ programme to initiate, fill out, sign and finalise their learning agreements online.

The Erasmus+ Mobile App offers students step-by-step checklists to guide them during their exchange abroad, a connection to the Online Learning Agreement, push notifications with crucial information from their home and host institutions, and useful tips from other Erasmus+ participants.

Funded through Erasmus+ between 2016 and 2018, the European Student Card Project aimed to establish a common digital and graphic identity on European student cards to allow students to assert their student rights and access student services anywhere in Europe.

The PhD Hub is the single online resource for business-driven research. It connects universities, students and businesses at local and European level through an online platform for research and innovation.

SRCE - University of Zagreb University Computing Centre as the major national infrastructural ICT institution in the area of research and higher education in Croatia is providing a modern, sustainable and reliable e-infrastructure for research and education community all over Croatia. At the same time SRCE acts as the computing and information centre of the University of Zagreb.

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