By Jordi Linares: We are used to being surprised by technology every day with new devices and possibilities, and we have the wrong perception that these changes are taking place in a linear way. It’s not like that. In the
By Jay MacDougall: As technology continues to progress, and new innovations begin to change the way we live our lives there will need to be people who can take ethical reflection seriously. Every new piece of technology creates new challenges.
During the week of 1 November students from Finland, Spain and the Netherlands have been working together in the second Intensive Study Program (ISP) of NICCoLLa. Students of Nursing, Social Work, Technology and ICT joined during this week. After the
From November 1st until November 5th 2021, Avans University of Applied Sciences will, together with the NICCoLLa project partners, organize a 5 ECTS international intensive study program: “(Social) Technology in Health and Welfare.” We are happy to announce that this
By: Annamaija Id-Korhonen. “Developing future technological solutions for health and wellbeing” From March 15th until March 26th 2021, LAB University of Applied Sciences will, together with project partners, organize a 5 ECTS international online intensive study program: “Developing future technological
By: Alberto Valejo I have the pleasure to invite you to participate on “Coimbra Sustainability Summit” webinars cycle (starts already next Monday). One of the themes is Health and Wellbeing, fitting into NICCoLLa perspective crossing all courses. Maybe each IO
By: Jordi Linares Our research group (vertexlit.com) form our Campus of Alcoi of UPV, is in the NICCoLLa project, where we have the APSA (a NGO entity focused on people with intellectual disabilities) as one of our partners. Our first
By: Jordi Linares After many years trying to get an Eramus Strategic Partnership with some other European Universities, finally we have achieved our NICCoLLa project, thanks to the effort of the two main leaders, LAB from Lahti in Finland and
Due to new regulation in the Netherlands that went into effect since yesterday evening, all events have been cancelled until 1 June. Therefore the NICCoLLa TPM2 scheduled for May, has to be postponed until further notice. Due to the new
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