On the 22nd of August, the project had come to an end. National Association of Distance Education hosted the final conference in Kaunas and invited stakeholders, educators, adult learners, representatives of ICT organizations to participate.
Needs Assessment report summarizes findings from desk and field research in seven (7) partner countries (Latvia, Spain, Greece, Malta, Lithuania, Ireland and Romania) aiming to contribute in the provision of innovative solutions to increase the number of young women in the digital economy through
This report summarizes good practices and initiatives regarding improving the employment in ICT sector jobs of women and NEETs in the partner countries of this project (Latvia, Spain, Greece, Malta, Lithuania, Ireland and Romania).
On June 19th, 2019 Forest Game project partners from four countries: Malta, Spain, Portugal and Lithuania visited Firefighter Training Center in Valeta, Malta. The Head of the Training Center told us about the activities and duties there.
BETI Institute is actively working on the inclusion of women in information technology. For this reason, we are very happy to present a new project at the Institute - "WOMEN4IT - Innovative Solutions to increase the numbers of EU vulnerable girls and young women into the digital agenda".
Partners from four countries: Malta, Spain, Portugal and Lithuania met at GWU premises. During the meeting, partners discussed the integration of the curriculum into the Moodle environment, the pros and cons of the educational game and possible improvements.
On warm morning of June 8th we celebrated the end of the Smart Tech Academy 2018/2019 academic school year at the Hall of the College of Social Sciences.
On 16th-17th of May BETI is hosting 4th SEMA II - „Sustainable Entrepreneurship based on Multifunctional Agriculture II” partners meeting. Main focus of the meeting is to make sure that produced learning material is of a good quality.