SIP STRIM announces SEK 400,000 SEK to adapt courses in mining and metal production for distance learning


Today, quick adjustments are required, not least for the universities that need to change the content of the courses to be adapted to the digital format. SIP STRIM therefore opens an announcement with the aim of enabling the adoption of tools and strategies for distance learning for courses related to mining and metal production. By rapidly adopting new techniques for distance learning, these courses can remain effective and attractive to students and also offer opportunities after the current situation is resolved.

To allow for quick adjustments to courses before the start of the autumn, the deadline is 31 May, and notification will be given already on 3 June.

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