Xtended Reality Leadership for Xtra-ordinary Leaders
EU-Programme: Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships for VET
Coordination: e- Learning Studios, Coventry, UK
Duration: October 2018 – September 2020
The Xtended Reality Leadership for Xtra-ordinary Leaders (XRL) project is focused on preparing new leaders for Leadership in the 21st Century by developing high quality leadership competences and skills in the following areas: Improving productivity, Integrated technology innovation, Globalisation, Inclusive leadership, Responsible Leadership and Core leadership skills.
In addition the project seeks to promote the adoption of ‘new innovative practices in a digital era’ for VET through the use of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) and innovative pedagogies to develop a new brand new digitally enhanced approach to leadership training.
Partners from the UK, Spain, Portugal and Sweden will collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders to deliver the following activities:
- Development of an innovative new curriculum and course plan in line with ECVET and EQF that addresses the key competences needed. .
- Development of an OER platform containing innovative tools, resources and approaches for new leaders including 360 videos, 360 VR scenarios and simulations, an AR leadership skills App.
- Design and development of a state of the art 3D AR/VR training workshop that blends a variety of approaches such as multi-player AR and 3D VR scenarios and simulations with face to face discussions in order to develop leadership skills for the future.
- Producing a publication that explores the future of leadership in a post digital era and identifies skills and needs required for the next generation of leaders along with training notes.
- Design and development of a new methodology for assessment and evaluation of leadership skills along with implementation tools, assessments and action plans.
Project Nº 2018-1-UK01-KA202-048067
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.