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The Cosy project is funded, by the European Commission through the Swedish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme, with the aim of providing undergraduate students with competences on complex systems thinking and academic lecturers and managerial staff with knowledge, skills and tools for adapting their educational activities with a specific focus on sustainable development by integrating complex systemic thinking.


Inventory of Complex Systems


Best Practices


Joint Curriculum

A Joint Curriculum engaging Higher education decision-makers, experts and lecturers in defining a shared complex systems and system thinking based ....

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Fourth Transnational Meeting of the CoSy project

The fourth meeting took place in Perugia (IT) on 20-21 June 2022.
Lorenzo Martellini presented to the partners the current situation and the results achieved regarding the Intellectual Output 1: Inventory on complex systems implementation in academic training, and the Intellectual Output 2: Toolkit for sustainable development teaching. Each partner presented the assessment tools (15 questions giving reasons for their choice and relevance).
However, the main activity of the meeting was the discussion and approval of the templates of the Intellectual Output 3 and a presentation, related to this IO, of a sample of internal or external existing courses.
Finally, there was a discussion about the structure of the joint curriculum .

The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to get to discuss all details related to the next project's activities.


Uploading of the Assessment Tools!

The HEIs partners of the project are uploading the Assessment Tools that will be used by students to verify if they have improved their systems thinking knowledge after their attendance of the course.

They are available on the Assessment Tool section.


Cosy Project YouTube channel has been created!

This is the Link to the YouTube Channel:
Cosy YouTube Channel