Communities of Practice
Bringing Members together
This is a Member only service
The EAUC is committed to supporting our Members to exchange ideas, skills and experience. Our network now comprises over 3,500 colleagues in universities, colleges and learning and skills institutions. To encourage more specialist learning and information sharing, we seek out and launch a range of Communities of Practice to support focused and efficient networking.
The success of these groups is crucial to the EAUC's delivery of its mission and vision so we have recently reviewed the role of these groups and the vital support we must offer them to allow them to function efficiently and to offer wider Membership value. We have outlined an EAUC groups strategy
to clearly communicate this.
LiFE tip: Communities of Practice are ideal forums to share ideas, insight and practices that can help you progress in LiFE, if you’re using it to plan and self-assess your sustainability performance. If you're focusing on a particular Framework and would like to start a new group, please get in touch. Find more LiFE tips here.
UK wide groups
New! Living Labs
For those wanting to facilitate sharing of ideas, experience and best practice related to living labs in Universities and Colleges in the UK.
For those wanting to facilitate sharing of ideas, experience and best practice related to ISO 14001 in Universities and Colleges in the UK.
For those wanting to facilitate sharing of ideas, experience and best practice related to biodiversity in Universities and Colleges in the UK.
Energy & Water
For those who work with energy and water in a University or College and wish to share best practice and learn from one another.
For those wanting to facilitate sharing of ideas, experience and best practice related to fair trade in Universities and Colleges in the UK.
For University and College travel planning professionals.
For those wanting to share and learn from each others' experience in the important area of green ICT.
For those who either work or study in a University or College who are looking to reaching their self-leadership potential.
Scotland based groups - Topic Support Networks (TSN)
Scotland’s universities and colleges have publicly declared their intention to address the challenges of climate change and reduce their carbon footprints by signing the Universities and Colleges Climate Commitment for Scotland (UCCCfS) - this programme is delivered by the EAUC and funded by the Scottish Funding Council. As part of this, Topic Support Networks (TSN) were created to facilitate groups of people working together on a specific sustainability subject that is relevant to Scottish colleges and universities.
There are 9 Topic Support Networks - find out more