EDUCULTURE project meeting in Sweden
Last week our Swedish partner IFALL has organised the second transnational meeting of our EduCulture project: Innovative e-learning for multicultural training. During two days the partnership made a “state of the art” and reviewed the actions taken by the partners and has planned the next steps until the next meeting.
First, presentations have been made about the progress in the development of the training modules: The multicultural training units and also those related to the CLIM learning method which will be implemented and imbedded.
Then, different e-learning solutions have been discussed and analysed. In that respect, Yazid Isli from Hominem made a presentation describing and analysing different options that could be adopted.
The dissemination activities have also been discussed and an overall action plan has been agreed for the next months.
Finally, project administrative and reporting aspects have been debated between all partners.
EduCulture is a project funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus + programme, in which Hominem takes part as partner. For more information about the project browse our specific EduCulture webpage