Warsaw, Poland




In a nutshell

The ENGINE project focuses on the customization of the standard face to face educational resources for teaching technical subjects in the engineering field to meet the needs of online education. This need emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic, where many higher institutions were called to change
their teaching practices and update their training methods and materials. The ENGINE project aims at supporting higher education institutions in sharing good practices which were initiated during the COVID-19 emergency in the Spring of 2020. 

Target groups

• Higher education students
• Higher education teaching staff

Online courses

 A set of 3 online courses with supporting educational resources for teaching online electronics, microcontrollers and programming language are foreseen


The developed resources will be piloted in higher education institutions in 3 countries, Poland, Italy and Greece.


Dissemination activities and workshops are foreseen.

Intellectual outputs

Find more about our intellectual outputs and developed resources

Intellectual output 1

Online course for electronics

Intellectual output 2

Online course for microcontrollers

Intellectual output 3

Online course in programming languages

Intellectual output 4

The ENGINE Pedagogical guide

Join the ENGINE e-learning platform


Find more about our great team

Warsaw University of Technology (PL)

Coordinator & IO1 leader

Edumotiva- European Lab for Educational Technology (GR)

IO4 leader

International Hellenic University (GR)

IO2 leader

University of Padova (IT)

IO3 leader

University of Tarnow (PL)

Partner and contributor

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Our achievements!

Happy for the registrations that we achieved in the online courses! – Basics of electronics: 67 students – Electronics in physical experiment: 106 students – Applications of Embedded Systems: 363[…]

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All courses available

The courses that we designed for you are available online! Find more and register to the courses: https://www.engined.eu/#outputs

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ENGINE pedagogical guide is freely available

The guide  presents a review of tools for synchronous and asynchronous online teaching with a comparison for each category separately (chapter 2). Chapter 3 describes the development of innovative online[…]

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