The VRSciT project (2020-1-PT01-KA204-078597) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Press Reviews

The VRSciT project partnership made contacts with web sites focusing on the field of education. The VRSciT project was presented to the web masters and a link to the VRSciT project portal was made so that those who will access the selected web sites can also access, through a direct link, the VRSciT portal.


Pixel

Pixel is partner in the VRSciT project. Pixel website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users from Universities, Associations, Public bodies, Training Agencies, Schools, participants in the International Conferences on Education and people interested in the seminars/masters visit Pixel website (estimated visits are around 12.000 users each year). They may now learn about and benefit from the VRSciT project


GrEnFIn Project

The GrEnFIn Erasmus+/Knowledge Alliance project aims to provide the Energy Sector’s stakeholders (energy providers, private companies, research institutes,…) the figure of the Sustainable Energy experts professional, i.e. European high skilled professionals capable to face the changing challenges in the field with an inclusive global logic. On the web page of the GrEnFIn project is available a link to the project portal then all the users (partners, lecturers, associated partners and people interested in the project) may now learn about and benefit from the GrEnFIn project.


VšĮ „eMundus“

Public institution eMundus is official partner of the VRSciT project. Institution cooperates widely in National and International projects area with different educational institutions. There are many users visiting website that will find out information about VRSciT project.


LieDM asociacija

Lithuanian Association of Distance and e-Learning (LieDM association) is a volunteer organization which unites all Lithuanian science, study, and education institutions which implement distance teaching and learning. It was created in January 2010 based on agreements of the member institutions. The association maintains and develops the activities of LieDM network, makes use of its possibilities and services that are implemented centrally. At the moment (01/2019) LieDM association consists of 44 institutions.


Centro Ciência Viva de Bragança

Centro Ciência Viva de Bragança (CCVB), is the coordinator of the VRSciT project. CCVB website provides information about the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users from, National Agency Ciência Viva, Science Centers, ECSITE, Universities, Associations, Public bodies, Training Agencies, Schools, citizens of the Bragança and people interested in the Science Comunication visit CCVB website.They may now learn about and benefit from the VRSciT project.


FICTION Project

The Fiction project has the aim to provide science teachers with the skills to use digital tools and strategies for teaching at secondary school level. On the web page of the Fiction project is available a link to the project portal then all the users (partners, lecturers, associated partners and people interested in the project) may now learn about and benefit from the VRSciT project


CAVE Project

The CAVE project aims to work on two dimensions of the European Education Area, that of quality and that of inclusion to counter forms of socio-cultural, linguistic, and psychocognitive inequality, and reducing the main misalignments in the field of education, emphasized in the period of COVID19. On the web page of the CAVEproject is available a link to the project portal then all the users (partners, lecturers, associated partners and people interested in the project) may now learn about and benefit from the VRSciTproject.


Contemporary Sculpture Garden UNITE Museum

CSGUniteM is partner of the VRScIT project. The CSGUniteM site provides information on the project together with a direct link to the Portal. Users of Universities, Associations, Public Bodies, Training Agencies, Schools and contemporary art enthusiasts visit the CSGUniteM site (estimated visits are about 5,000 users every year). Now they can learn about and benefit from the VRScit project.


SCAYLE

SCAYLE is a partner in the VRSciT project. The SCAYLE website currently offers a direct link on its homepage to the VRSciT project website. Full information about the project will be available on the SCAYLE website in the near future. Researchers from Universities, public bodies, students, and people interested in training visit the SCAYLE website (estimated visits are around 3,500 users per year). With this link, visitors can learn about and benefit from the VRSciT project.


International Projects Office-ULE

The International Projects Office of the ULE supports the participation of the university community in international projects in different fields. Its mission is to promote and encourage the presence of the ULE in this field by assisting in the search for international partners and in the budgetary and technical management of projects.


IPB

IPB is a partner in the VRSciT project. The webpage of the institute provides information about Erasmus+ financed projects listed by period. And direct link to the VRSciT online webportal.


CeDRI

CeDRI is one of the partners of VRSciT project. CeDRI’s webpage provides information about international and national projects. The webpage provides VRSciT project description, image template and direct link to the VRScit online portal.


Lithuanian Education History Museum

Lithuanian Education History Museum is a project partner and presents the project description, goals and results on its website. The website is used by teachers, schools and universities students, and the public.

The VRSciT Project

The VRSciT project (2020-1-PT01-KA204-078597) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.