Past Projects

Mob Lang LLP Project (2009-2011)

The aim of the project to promote intercultural dialogue especially in former European conflict regions or regions with many minority groups through promotion of linguistic diversity. The focus is in Cyprus (Turkish), the Basque country (Basque), Northern Ireland (Gaelic), and within as well as around Greece (Albanian, Turkish). The project will develop the open-source mobile …

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IntlUni (2012-2015) – http://intluni.eu

The Challenges of the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space in the International University. It is an Erasmus Academic network with 38 Educational Institutions in 27 countries. In the development towards the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), many Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are facing challenges formerly unknown to them: Students and lecturers alike form much more …

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The VocTEL Project (2013-2015)

The Vocational Technology Enhanced Learning (VocTEL) is a Leonardo Da Vinci Transfer of Innovation, Lifelong Learning Programme. The VocTEL programme aims to promote key competences in delivering vocational technology enhanced collaborative learning throughout Europe. Key objectives within the project are to:  Transfer an existing product – an on-line postgraduate level qualification in Technology Enhanced Learning …

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Improvement of master-level education in the field of physical sciences in Belarusian universities (Physics)

Funding agency: Capacity Building in Higher Education – Erasmus+, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) Duration: 15 Oct. 2015-14 Oct. 2018 Description: Assist universities in Belarus to transit from the “5 plus 1” educational system to the “4 plus 2” system, compliant with the Bologna system principles; develop electronic books in English in technical …

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