The European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) was established in 2000. The mission of ENQA is to contribute significantly to the maintenance and enhancement of the quality of European HE at a high level, and to act as a major driving force for the development of quality assurance across all the Bologna signatory countries. It is part of ENQA’s mission to support the establishment and development of QA systems corresponding to the ESG in countries where such systems do not exist. ENQA is a membership association which represents its members at the European level and internationally. ENQA members are quality assurance organisations from the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) member states that operate in the field of higher education. ENQA covers a wide range of QA issues and has a broad knowledge and expertise on QA in Europe. ENQA disseminates information, experiences and good practice in QA and its activities are designed to facilitate the implementation of the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA.
ENQA will mainly contribute to:
WP4. Quality Assurance in Online Higher Education: ENQA will lead the activity on the analysis of the ESG from the online teaching and learning perspective and produce a report. The association will organise a workshop on the ESG and online teaching & learning for ENQA membership and contribute to other activities within WP4.
WP 9. Dissemination and exploitation: ENQA will disseminate the project results to its membership and other stakeholders.
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