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PATHFINDER - New project to promote AI skills in higher education

Pressemitteilung Pathfinder StartCentre for Research of Digital Transformation CREDO launched the Erasmus+ project 'Pathfinder' in cooperation with the LAB University of Applied Sciences in Finland, the University of Liechtenstein and the formatio private school in Liechtenstein aimed on the understanding and application of artificial intelligence (AI) in higher education.

By using strategic guidelines, AI-based tools and tailored learning programs, teachers and students will be equipped with the necessary resources and knowledge to responsibly and effectively integrate AI into the teaching and learning process. Project includes the development of a teacher support framework, an AI-powered lesson planning toolkit, and a competency-based learning program for students. These tools aim to improve employability, promote innovation and strengthen the resilience of the European education community.


The project is in line with the research strategy of the participating institutions and underlines the importance of sustainability and responsibility in the implementation of AI technologies. By examining the social impact of AI, the project makes a significant contribution to sustainable development and positions the project partners as pioneers in the field of responsible technological innovation in education.

The partner institutions bring their respective strengths and expertise to the project. The LAB University of Applied Sciences brings its experience in developing innovations and integrating AI into educational programs. The University of Dubrovnik, through the Center for Digital Transformation, brings its expertise in the development of education and training programs to the project. The formatio private school in Liechtenstein, in turn, focuses on strengthening individual strengths and innovative teaching methods. The University of Liechtenstein is responsible for project management and strategic development of the project.

The results of this project will not only improve digital readiness and educational practices within the participating institutions, but also provide valuable insights and resources for the entire European education community and promote responsible AI use in higher education