RIALHE Project: Halle Numérique Webinar

July 17, 2024

10:30 (CEST)


The ERASMUS+ RIALHE project aims to create a digital and pedagogical environment for research learning in higher education. How can the research platform Halle Numérique’s research findings help?

The Remote Intelligent Access to Labs in Higher Education (RIALHE) project, led by SLATE Senior Researcher Mohammad Khalil, invites you to join an insightful webinar where we'll delve into the innovative work of the Halle Numérique at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC, France).

The Halle Numérique, Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC, France). Photo: Eric Nocher.

Lab work is a key aspect of scientific education, but students can seldom access public and private labs of excellence. The ERASMU+ RIALHE project introduces a pioneering pedagogical framework tailored to lab training, prioritizing student involvement in research processes. Leveraging digital tools, the project aims to improve the accessibility and quality of scientific education linked to lab experiments. Through remote online access and real-time interaction with demonstrating scientists, RIALHE enriches the learning experience. Additionally, it fosters transnational collaboration, enabling the sharing of state-of-the-art scientific labs across Europe.

The Halle Numérique is a research platform within the COSTECH EA 2223 laboratory, dedicated to collaborative digital tools and investigating how digital technologies impact collaboration and learning. During the webinar, you can discover how the Halle Numérique’s research findings can enhance the RIALHE project.

Join the webinar on Zoom.


Thierry Gidel, Associate Professor, Responsible for the RIALHE project at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC, France)

Claude Moulin, Associate Professor Emeritus at the UTC, Participant of the RIALHE project