Welcome to the website of INEIT-MUCON (Innovation for Education in Information Technology through Multimedia and Communication Networks)

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Objectives: The global aim of the INEIT-MUCON Thematic Network is to design, develop and disseminate web-based courses in Electrical and Information Engineering (EIE) in Higher Education and to discuss their effectiveness. The main idea consists in developing some pedagogical resources and to demonstrate them using examples from the following topics:

Organisation: This work was proposed and achieved under the auspices of the European Association for Education in Electrical and Information Engineering (EAEEIE). The INEIT-MUCON project included about fifty partner institutions in Higher Education from all over Europe. It was financed by these institutions and the European Commission within the framework of the SOCRATES Thematic Network programme.

Outcomes: Within this project, six Thematic Network Packages (TNPs) have been created. Co-operation between lecturers from many universities in Europe has been established and will be maintained in the future. The Thematic Network Packages have been supervised by academic staff and partially implemented by potential end-users, the students, within the student exchange programme between universities. Most of the TNPs have been implemented in more than one language, to facilitate their dissemination in a multi-cultural environment. This educational material is made available at the web site of the EAEEIE and is at the disposal of all institutions, academic staff and students free of charge. All INEIT-MUCON partners invite students as well as specialists in these fields to use the TNPs and provide feedback (a questionnaire is available) in order to improve their quality and to build a European Common Curriculum in EIE.

If you click here, you will get a map with the locations of the partners more particularly in charge of the development of the thematic networks packages.

Thanks to Clive WOODS and Mike DIPROSE for the English corrections.