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Best safer internet teachers announced and awarded

Teachers from the schools of Lithuania who presented the most interesting and innovative ways to provide safer internet knowledge to their students were announced.

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FIT4JOBS: Building the skills employers need

fit4jobsEmployers often comment that people with the right skills are difficult to find. On the other hand, millions of people all over Europe are unemployed, desperate for an opportunity to work. Because of this paradox 7 countries consortium starts a new project for finding a solution to maintain this situation.

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Digital industry - a key solution of youth unemployment problem

GENERATION LOGO trasp-01Seven European organizations have found the key to youth unemployment – they will conduct a research on the implementation of the Digital Agenda in the countries in which they operate and on the basis of research they will write the guidelines for decision-makers. Also, they will develop seven educational modules in the ICT field and after all educate 245 young people.

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New technologies adaptation in the traditional treatment process

This autumn the physical and occupational therapists from Children's Rehabilitation Sanatorium “Saulutė” based in Druskininkai had extraordinary opportunity to try the Kinect for Windows motion-based playful learning solution in children with motor and intellectual disabilities rehabilitation.

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Librarians participate in the online safer internet trainings

The free internet access in public libraries is very much appreciated by libraries’ visitors. That encourages librarians to continually improve their internet safety knowledge and skills. Therefore in October association “Langas į ateitį” invited the librarians of Lithuania to attend internet safety trainings online.

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Project Empowering e-Facilitators Gains Its Momentum

Just before a new work and TV season came hand in hand with September the international project Trans e-Scouts team met for the second time. Hosted by Croatian partner Telecentar, the meeting was greatly worth-participating because of two reasons: first - a lot of activities had been accomplished since the last time, many topics had to be discussed and the second reason – meeting was organized in a wonderful place on Earth – Rovinj.

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Adult learners from 7 European countries try new Multimedia learning pathway

7 groups of adult learners from European countries are testing the brand new learning material developed for acquiring multimedia e-skills. The pilot trainings were organized in the frame of international Telecentre Multimedia academy (TMA) project, initiated by e-enclusion actors across Europe uniting organization Telecentre Europe.

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Engaging seniors to use ICT

“Use IT and Enjoy”. This is a high-sounding name of the project that has been just accomplished by partners’ consortium from Lithuania, Denmark and Sweden.

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Telecentre Multimedia Academy project progress discussed in Riga

Ongoing Telecentre Multimedia Academy (TMA) project gained a strong momentum – 8 project partners from different European countries met in Riga to “put all dots on i” re. learning material syllabus and content development. The 3rd project partners’ meeting was hosted in the end of February by Telecentre Europe member Latvian organization LIKTA.

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Intergenerational learning practice is being spread to European countries

Recently the transfer of successful innovation was started to implement in Croatia, Latvia and Lithuania. This project is being coordinated by Spanish partners and the good practice from former project “e-Scouts – intergenerational learning circle for community” is being adapted to new countries.

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