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COMPASS MOOC Part 2 - COMPASS Online Services

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About This Course

This course explores the COMPASS online services for describing learning opportunities and creating personalized learning pathways to job profiles, all based on learning outcomes and competence.

The course learning objectives and aims are:

  • to recap the COMPASS information model key concepts
  • to understand the functionality provided by the COMPASS repository
  • to be able to fully exploit the COMPASS services

The course applies a very practical approach and follows an objectives-based organization, each lesson responds to the problem posed by a particular case study, covering the different roles corresponding to all learning mobility stakeholders. This approach allows the students to focus on the modules which are more relevant for them.


Although having prior knowledge of the COMPASS information model could be useful, it is not mandatory to take the COMPASS MOOC Part 1 - Standards-based Learning Opportunities first.

Course Staff

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University of West Attica

Cleo Sgouropoulou, Ioannis Voyiatzis// Greece

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Technische Universiteit Delft

Said Hamdioui// Netherlands

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Université de Montpellier

Mariane Comte// France

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National Quality Infrastructure System

Fragiskos Krokos, Anastasios Koutoumanos// Greece

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Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionale Per L’informatica

Paolo Prinetto// Italy

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Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Carlos Delgado Kloos, Raquel Crespo Garcia// Spain

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Tallinna Tehnikaulikool

Peeter Ellervee// Estonia

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More information can be found at the COMPASS project website.