Our Partners’ Network
UCITYLAB Status-Quo Report and Good Practice Case Studies
UCITYLAB Network Roadmap
UCITYLAB Challenge Teaching Toolkit
UCITYLAB Case Studies Collection
UCITYLAB Video Library
Porto Business School (PBS)
Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB)
University of Ljubljana Innovation and Development Institute (IRI-UL)
Institut Mines-Télécom Business School (IMTBS)
Project Brochure and Flyer
UCITYLAB E-MAGAZINE FIFTH ISSUE
The fifth and last biannual issue of the UCITYLAB Project is now available. The project has come to an end and this issue aims to give you the latest updates on the project, as well as summarize this journey by going through all the results that the project has produced. In this issue we present out latest Intellectual Output: The UCITYLAB Learning Platform, and we will also talk about the international event that took place in March, where the consortium presented the UCITYLAB outputs in a webinar and discussion panel. Download the magazine to find out more!
UCITYLAB E-MAGAZINE FOURTH ISSUE
The fourth biannual issue of the UCITYLAB Project has arrived. Despite the challenges, universities and their partners continue to forge strong alliances and the UCITYLAB consortium perseveres to bring you all the latest project updates. In this Autumn 2020 issue, we will be diving into some success stories of European university-city co-operation. More specifically, we will be showcasing some examples of university-city collaboration from all over Europe, including the Netherlands, France, Poland, Finland, Slovenia and Belgium.
UCITYLAB E-MAGAZINE SPECIAL ISSUE
The UCITYLAB Project consortium greets the autumn season with a special issue of the University Industry Innovation Magazine, dedicated to the role of universities in nurturing local and regional growth in Europe. In this publication, our guest authors from South Africa and Ireland discuss the role of universities in the effective regional ecosystems, while the contributors from the USA and the UK shed light on the issues of engagement and university impact in smaller markets and the rural environment. Additionally, we provide examples of successful collaborative initiatives embracing multidisciplinary challenge-based learning and dive into the exploration of collaborative living labs.
UCITYLAB E-MAGAZINE THIRD ISSUE
The UCITYLAB Project consortium greets this sunny spring season 2020 with a new issue of its biannual magazine, dedicated to highlighting our project’s outputs and further exploring university-city engagement landscape in Europe. We are delighted to announce that since our last publication in September the UCITYLAB consortium has developed and shared the Network Roadmap, which will help you establish fruitful relationships with your local stakeholders, be it universities or city authorities. Additionally, a complete Case Study Collection, highlighting the examples of notable university-city engagement initiatives across Europe has been finalised. Both outputs can be found on our website.
UCITYLAB E-MAGAZINE SECOND ISSUE
The UCITYLAB Project consortium greets the autumn season with a new issue of its biannual e-zine, dedicated to highlight project outputs and further explore the university-city engagement landscape in Europe. This issue of the UCITYLAB e-zine hosts a collection of articles developed from the good practice case study reports, featuring examples of university-city collaborations from Finland, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, and Australia, as well as an international collaborative initiative between the Municipality of Valencia in Spain and the Western Sydney University in Australia. Our selection of articles does not only give insights into the nature of the collaborations, but also provides a sneak peek into the type of activities and impact of the efforts made so far.
UCITYLAB E-MAGAZINE FIRST ISSUE IS OUT!
We are delighted to introduce you the first e-zine issue of our Erasmus+ project UniverCity Action Lab (UCITYLAB), the joint initiative of a European consortium of higher education institutions - Porto Business School, University of Ljubljana, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Institut Mines-Télécom - and UIIN to foster university- city collaborations to tackle urban challenges. Our first issue aims to highlight the motivations and the vision of the project, as well as shedding light into the institutional motivations of the partner organisations in joining this change initiative. The issue is also enriched with input from our supported Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliance projects WEXHE & PEOPLE, recent reports and upcoming events relevant to the theme, presented for your attention.