Duration: 01.07.2022 – 31.12.2025
Co-funded by the Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, and the European Union – NextGenerationEU.
The project is implemented in accordance with the Recovery and Resilience Plan (RRP) under the development area Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, component Strengthening competencies, in particular digital competencies and those required by the new professions and the green transition (C3 K5), for the investment measure Investment F. Implementation of pilot projects, the results of which will serve as a basis for the preparation of a roadmap for the reform of higher education for a green and resilient transition to a Society 5.0: project Pilot Projects for the Reform of Higher Education for a Green and Resilient Transition.
Project title: ADVANCED COMPUTING KNOWLEDGE
Project type: Pedagogical project
Brief description of the project:
The focus of the project is to design a combination of content strands that will enable graduates to enter the labour market at an early stage, and the focus is to encourage lifelong learning (upgrading and deepening of higher education skills), which is a necessity in this field. The project is divided into two thematic strands:
– For the first thematic strand (linked to the higher education programme Informatics in Contemporary Society), entitled Digitisation, Internet of Things and Industrial Automation (DISIA), the core content of the educational cycles will focus on the Internet of Things and industrial automation, while the supporting content strands will cover the basics of programming, information systems and cybersecurity. The final part of each training cycle will include practical training in a real-life environment in public organisations or the industry.
– For the second thematic strand (linked to the higher education programme Computer Science and Web Technologies), entitled Programming and Application Development (PRA), the core content of the educational cycles will focus on the areas of programming and application development, while the supporting content strands will cover the basics of informatics, algorithms and data structures and databases. The final part of the training will include preparing and implementing a project to develop a software solution that reflects the needs of the real environment.
Project leaders at FIŠ: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Katarina Rojko and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nuša Erman