The Project

CIGN (Creative Industries Global Network) is a pan-European network for curricular development for the Creative Industries. It aims to identify sectorial skill-gaps, develop curricula to address these, and enable opportunities for future employment.


Project Coordinator
Tommie Nyström
Linköping University
SE-60176 Norrköping

Closing Conference

Stuttgart, 5 May 2017

As part of the dissemination activities the CIGN project presented the results, gained during the three-year project cycle, to a broad public audience. 24 researchers and representatives from universities and academic institutions from ten nations across Europe and from North America took part at this event at Stuttgart Media University.
Following an introductory session, representatives of the CIGN consortium presented the developed course concepts and reported about their experiences gathered during the implementation phase, where four of the selected courses have been presented to students of the respective universities. This session was followed by the presentation of the results, gained through the evaluation performed at the end of every course.

During the coffee breaks and at the discussion forum the participants had lively discussions about the materials developed and how the developed materials could impacted the curriculum development at their respective institutions.

Agenda of the conference

List of participants

Project Details

Start date: 2014-09-04
Programme type: Key Action 2 – Cooperation and Innovation for Good Practices
Programme Acronym: CIGN
Duration: 36 months
End Date: 2017-09-04

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