During its first year the SEIS team has prepared a number of joint research and development grants, such as:
VIE – Virtual presence in higher education hybrid learning delivery – Erasmus+ KA2 – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices. VIE aims to design and implement a highly interactive digital collaborative learning platform that will allow learners to actively work together in groups in real-time or asynchronously on jointly owned projects through a commonly owned digital workspace. VIE envisions a digital work environment through which students will design solutions to learning challenges through brainstorming and synthesizing by building on each other’s ideas.
Partners: Tallinn University (Estonia), Tampere University (Finland), University De Vigo (Sapin), University of Thessaly (Greece), Advanced Technology Systems (Romania), Virtual Campus LDA (Portugal).
Budget: 216 322 EUR.
Period: 01.03.2021 -28.02.2023.
iHub4Schools – Accelerating Digital Innovation in Schools through Regional Innovation Hubs and a Whole-School Mentoring Model. DT-TRANSFORMATIONS-21-2020: Mentoring scheme for schools: mainstreaming innovation by spreading the advanced ICT-based teaching practices to a wide circle of schools. iHub4Schools will propose mechanisms to accelerate whole-school digital innovation in and across schools through establishment of Regional Innovation Hubs.
Partners: Tallinn University (Estonia), Bergen University (Norway), University College London (UK), Helsinki University (Finland), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (Switzerland), HarNo (Estonia), Steps SRL (Italy), Vilnius University (Lithuania) and Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia).
Budget: 1M EUR
Period: 01.01.2021 – 30.06.2023