Medical Faculties and Digital Education

27 May 2021, 11:00 CEST

ChildCA webinar



  • Is lecture-centered education out-of-date? Pros and cons of synchronous tools at the Faculty of Medicine (on an example of the Jagiellonian University)
  • How to make curricula transnational (on an example of Cologne University)
  • How to facilitate interactive learning activities among students?
  • Are online test examinations useful not only during the pandemic?

The above issues will be tackled during the webinar.


Sandra Kučina Softič
President of EDEN,
Assistant Director for Education and User Support, University Computing Centre SRCE, Croatia

Her work is focused on monitoring and fostering the e-learning implementation in higher education institutions in Croatia and providing support and advice to institutions, teachers and students in implementation of new technologies in the learning and teaching process.  She was appointed Croatian representative in ET2020 Working group on Digital Skills and Technologies (2016-2018) and in ET2020 Working group on Digital Education: learning, teaching and Assessment (2018-2020). She obtained a master’s degree in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh, UK in 2014 and doctoral degree in Information and Communication Technologies at the University of Zagreb in 2020.


Andrzej Filip
Specialist at the eLearning Centre of the Jagiellonian University.
His tasks include the development of e-learning platforms and other educational tools for online teaching. He is also responsible for live video broadcasts and hardware-based videoconferencing as well as actively engaged in disseminating digital innovation among the academic community.

Przemko Kwinta
Pediatrician and neonatologist, Head of the Department of Paediatrics of the Jagiellonian University.
From 2016 Vice-Dean for organizational matters of the study and education program of the Faculty of Medicine. Member of the European Society for Pediatric Research and the European Society for Neonatology. For years, he has been involved in educating students of medical faculties and professional development of young doctors. Voivodship Consultant for Paediatrics in Małopolska Region.

Johannes Müller
University of Cologne, Head of Dept. International Science at the International Office of UoC, responsible for Digital Internationalization, director of studies of the Cologne Global Study Program, teaches contemporary history of Europe at the Department of History, member of the Education Innovation Working Group of the Coimbra Group, holds a PhD in History and Civilization from the European University Institute.

Wojciech Pudło
IT and multimedia specialist, graphic designer and movie editor in the eLearning Centre of the Jagiellonian University; member of the Educational Ecosystem team in the Strategic Program Excellence Initiative at the Jagiellonian University.

Jacek Urbaniec
Head of the  eLearning Centre of the Jagiellonian University, member of the Education Innovation Working Group of the Coimbra Group universities, co-founder of the Association for Academic E-learning in Poland, member of the Committee on Science Studies of the Polish Academy of Science.

Teaches Ph.D. students on new technologies in education.