On Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th May 2022. project partner meeting was held for Erasmus+ project BEE with APEX Better Employability for Everyone with APEX.
This was the first time that project partners had meeting in-person after COVID-19 measures. Faculty of Organization and Informatics had honour to organize this two-day event.
During the meeting project partners were discussing about activities and tasks regarding project. During Monday, project management activities, quality assurance and project sustainability were discussed. In the second part main theme was advanced bachelor’s level extra-curricular on low-code application and database development and short course on low-code programming with APEX. Last part of the day was the discussion on short vs advanced course.
The term low-code refers to one of the approaches to software development that requires little or no writing of program code to develop applications or programs. This approach uses simple logic and drag-and-drop features without the use and knowledge of advanced programming languages. Low-code tools are intuitive and allow users without formal knowledge of programming and programming languages to develop mobile and business applications. Such tools are becoming more and more popular and the need and possibility to create courses and extracurricular programs for students was seen.
Second day of the meeting had started with overview and hand-on BEEAPEX development tools ad Apex, JDeveloper, SQL data modeler, Latex, etc. Following on that project partners were discussing on caste studies generated from the business sector and on webinars and academic articles.
Project team of Faculty of Organization and informatics is in charge of development of short course on low-code in APEX and to develop 122 case studies generated on the business sector.
This project partner meeting was held as hybrid event. Lead partner from University of Maribor, Faculty of Organizational Sciences from Kranj, Kozminski University from Warsaw, Johannes Keppler University from Linz and Faculty of Organization and Informatics were attending meeting in-person while partners from International Hellenic University from Thessaloniki and from University of Žilina attended meeting online.
Faculty of Organization and Informatics project team members are Full Prof. Vjeran Strahonja, Ph.D., Asst.Prof. Darko Andročec, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Dijana Oreški, Ph. D., and Karlo Nadoveza, M.Econ.
Overall budget of the project is 268.362,00 €, and FOI’s part is 39.678,00 €.
Photo gallery of the meeting is available below...