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

audience of the conference

Stuttgart, 05 May 2017

At the Closing Conference the CIGN project presented it's result to an interested international audience. 24 participants from universities and associations from 10 nations took part in this event. Beside the presentation of the achievements the event was deeply shaped by the thought of networking. By this means an as widely as possible publicity for the developed course concepts and materials should have been created.

picture from workshop

Ghent, 19-21 October 2015

More than 35 participants from 10 different universities and countries gathered in Ghent to share good practices on various issues identified by the CIGN project. The different topics covered current themes such as promoting self-sufficient learning and the promotion of entrepreneurial skills of students, the internationalization of the curriculum, automated analysis and feedback of study results.

picture from workshop

Stuttgart, 25-27 November 2014

During HdM's International Week CIGN members along with representatives of international universities met for a workshop to take stock and to review the present trends in theory and practice of e-learning. Besides presentations and panel discussions a workshop took place in order to compare experiences and share ideas. As result of the workshop a methodology toolbox was defined to be used in the further course of the project.

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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within the ERASMUS+ Programme