The final conference of EWP, “Student data portability for mobility students: a look into the future”, will be live-streamed here.
Tremendous work has been done to recognize the needs of the EWP Network stakeholders — staff of International Relation Offices, staff of Student Offices, and students themselves.
The European Commission has published an analysis on the feasibility of digitalizing Diploma Supplements at European level.
The European University Information Systems Organization (EUNIS) recently had its 2017 Congress in Münster, Germany.
The final conference of EWP, “Student data portability for mobility students: a look into the future”, will take place in Brussels on the 26th of September.
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One of the very important partner organisations for EWP is the Groningen Declaration Network (GDN). GDN works on bringing together key stakeholders in the Digital Student Data Ecosystem and unlike EWP it extends to all over the world.
At the recent EWP stakeholders meeting in Porto, University of Porto prepared the following video
The Erasmus Without Paper project will officially end in October 2017, but the work will of course need to continue in 2018 and beyond.
On the 17th of March 2017, the EWP Stakeholder Meeting took place in Porto. Representatives from HEIs, university networks, National Agencies and other stakeholders were there.

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