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The AToM project team

The team working on the AToM project consist of a mixture of different academics from a variety of universities across Europe and a development team.

University of Borås

The University of Borås combines the business sphere with the public sector to manage education and research of high quality and social relevance. 

They are the AToM project lead, responsible for project coordination and financing, liaising with the Erasmus+ Agency, maintaining an employability perspective.

Access to the Master's in Textile Engineering degree can be found on their homepage and the AToM self assessment test. For more information about assessment please watch and the video or join the exciting new Facebook community

University of the Highlands and Islands

The University of the Highlands and Islands is 
federated rural university with 13 independent colleges and research centres and more than 70 local learning centres covering a vast area from the Shetland Islands in the north to Argyll in the south and including approximately 100 inhabited islands.
The university relies on technology to connect its partners and deliver its blended and online programmes. This is supported by the Educational Development Unit which plays a pivotal role in supporting the multiple pedagogic models. 

The University of the Highlands and Islands is the pedagogical lead on this project. They are providing pedagogical expertise and working with project partners to develop content tailored to their individual master’s programmes.  

They are also developing two pilot AToM modules for their Master's in Education and Master's in Leadership and Management degrees. 

University of Alcalá

The University of Alcalá is among the best in the world having been awarded 5 stars for Teaching, Internationalisation, Employability, Infrastructure, Innovation and Social Commitment by the QS Stars international accreditation system. 

The University of Alcalá is responsible for evaluating the AToM project, monitoring progress, developing reporting procedures and publishing the outcomes of the project. 

The University of Alcalá are also developing a pilot AToM module for their Master's in Telecommunication Engineering degree.

Digital Connextions Ltd

Digital Connextions is a provider of software that specialises in skills discovery, employability and recruitment. They have worked with the partner universities to develop the AToM platform and online tool that helps universities demonstrate to students the requirements and content of their master's courses. The content of the AToM modules helps students prepare themselves for their master's applications and courses. 
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