SWING: Synergic Work Incoming New Goals for Higher Education Music Institutions
SWING (Synergic Work Incoming New Goals for Higher Education Music Institutions) is a strategic partnership project running from September 2018 until September 2021 and is funded by the European Commission's Erasmus+ programme.
SWING aims and objectives
The project context is that of the European HME Institutions, in the increasing scenario of blended mobilities, international collaborations, curricula innovation and recognition. The SWING project main objective is to experiment and then establish a framework to dramatically increase and enhance these transnational learning opportunities, by creating a set of distance learning new modules, while at the same time promote enhancement and deployment of new features in LoLa and other specialized tools for music education, both in strict collaboration with students and teachers. This will accelerate the development of a deeper transnational collaboration among institutions and enhance the quality of international mobilities of students and teachers, supplementing the physical mobility with a continuous virtual one.
The project is a collaboration between various partners, including:
- Consortium GARR (GARR), a non-profit association representing all Italian universities
- Conservatorio di Trieste
- Universitat Fur Musik Und Darstellende Kunst Wien
- Univerza V Ljubljani
- and The Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen (AEC)