The Erasmus+ project IMONED has published the fifth newsletter of the project about the activities of this Erasmus+ project. IMONED will improve the knowledge, skills and competence of teachers in online and distance education, providing an immediate and complete tool that allows teachers to organize and teach online classes in times of pandemic or other similar situations.
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The fifth newsletter of the Erasmus + RESTAT project is now available. The newsletter includes information about this project that works to promote more sustainable and accessible tourism, the activities carried out throughout the project and the results obtained.
The Erasmus+ Adult Community Media Lab (ACML) project on digitisation training for adults met in Zagreb (Croatia) on 22-23 February for its second transnational meeting. The HUKI organisation in Croatia has been the partner organisation in charge of hosting this transnational meeting, whose objectives have been focused on the analysis of the Digital Media Lab workshops already developed and the planning of the next ones, as well as the conferences to disseminate the results of the project.
The consortium composed of the Yenesehir Public Education Centre (Turkey), the FUE-UJI (Spain), the Ova Information Systems Industry and Trade Limited Company (Turkey), the Yenisehir District MEM (Turkey), the Instytut Badan i Innowacji w Edukacji Foundation (Poland), the Ecoistituto del Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy) and the Croatian Office of Creativity and Innovation (Croatia), will meet again next May in Poland to continue the implementation of the planned activities, the Ecoistituto del Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy) and the Croatian Office for Creativity and Innovation (Croatia), will meet again next May in Poland to continue the implementation of the activities foreseen in the framework of the project.
The Erasmus+ FUNICE project on organic and sustainable agriculture met in Balikesir (Turkey) on 7-8 February for its third transnational meeting. The University of Balikesir has been the partner entity in charge of hosting this transnational meeting, whose objectives have focused on the work plan to develop the training material on innovative methodologies for the development of organic agriculture without the use of pesticides.
The consortium will then publish the training book, which will be put into practice by training farmers in these new pesticide-free cultivation methodologies. The consortium composed of the Association de Développement Rural International du Bas Segala (France), the FUE-UJI (Spain), Growth Coop (Spain), the municipality of Karesi (Turkey), the University of Balikesir (Turkey), the ARID Association (Poland) and the Institute of Plant Breeding and Acclimatization of Grodkowice (Poland), will meet again next June in Granada (Spain) to continue with the implementation of the activities planned in the framework of