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|Title:||Examples of Good Practices in Erasmus+ Projects that Integrate Gender and STEM in Higher Education|
|Authors:||Alonso de Castro, M. G.|
García-Peñalvo, F. J.
|Citation:||Alonso de Castro, M. G., & García-Peñalvo, F. J. (2022). Examples of Good Practices in Erasmus+ Projects that Integrate Gender and STEM in Higher Education. In F. J. García-Peñalvo, A. García-Holgado, A. Dominguez, & J. Pascual (Eds.), Women in STEM in Higher Education. Good Practices of Attraction, Access and Retainment in Higher Education (pp. 181-197). Springer Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-1552-9_10|
|Abstract:||The European Union promotes the realization of European projects through different programs, among which the Erasmus+ program stands out in the educational field. These projects deal with different topics, including gender and STEM in the different educational sectors, Higher Education included. In addition, the projects are cataloged and can be searched and consulted in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform that allows filtering and choosing by educational sector, project type, by specific tokens, as well as selecting those that are labeled as success stories and/or good practices. Knowing which have been the projects that have been considered the most outstanding, successful, and/or good practice in the field of gender and STEM in Higher Education and finding the aspects that characterize them can be a source of inspiration to deepen in this field of research based on current experiences that have worked. This is the purpose of this chapter, which shows these outstanding projects as references in the field of STEM empowerment among women in Higher Education.|
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