• ASSEESSMAKE 21 Event

    ASSESSMAKE 21 Inaugural Multiplier Event for Educators and Makers Dublin Maker, partner on our Assessmake21 project, is excited to announce that we are hosting a new event as a partner of a new Erasmus+ project called ASSESSMAKE21. This inaugural Multiplier event is for Educators, Makers, Makerspace facilitators and anyone involved

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  • Application Call for Gender Balance in Informatics

    CA19122 European Network for Gender Balance in Informatics.1st Application Call for STSM Applications for Missions occurring until 1st May 2021 The main aim of CA19122 Action is to improve gender balance in Informatics at all levels, from undergraduate and graduate studies to participation and leadership in academia and industry, through the creation

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  • CIL Newsletter 2020

    We are grateful to put together our newsletter once again (2020 CIL Newsletter), which despite the difficulties due to the pandemic, it does not look any less rich than our previous newsletters. Rather, it demonstrates the hard work and the many achievements of the group! This year is signalled by two PhD graduations

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  • New success for the Cyprus Interaction Lab and the Social Computing Research Center (SCRC) of CUT

    The Cyprus Interaction Lab (https://www.cyprusinteractionlab.com/) of the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts, through the Social Computing Research Center (SCRC) (http://www.socialcomputing.eu) of the Cyprus University of Technology secured funding under the Erasmus+ program (Sector of School Education) with the project ASSESSMAKE21. The Cyprus Interaction Lab, led by Associate Professor Andri Ioannou,

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  • ERUM: Newsletter

    Celebrating one year of ERUM project: As we are one year into the project, we decided it is about time to look back at the milestones and what has been achieved despite the current COVID-19 crisis and give a summary of what is yet to come in the forthcoming months.

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  • ERUM: Online conference on scientific vulgarisation in mainstream media

    The European Commission is currently working to implement a comprehensive set of actions to tackle the spread and impact of online mis- and disinformation in Europe. These initiatives have particularly increased in the framework of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to massive disinformation campaigns. This raises the broader question

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  • FeSTEM Women: Next Door Mentors

    There are a lot of amazing women working in the field of STEM. To acknowledge their career and achievements, FeSTEM is preparing an annual list of “FeSTEM Women: Next Door Mentors”. The call for nominations is now open. This is your chance to nominate someone you respect and admire! Do

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  • ERUM: The third transnational virtual project meeting

    On October 7th, the ERUM consortium met for the third time, but, due to the current public health crisis, the meeting was held on Zoom. It was chaired by Judith, Alessandra and Johanna from the University of Vienna.  During this productive day, the project partners discussed about already achieved milestones

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  • Erasmus+ projects at CIL participate in #ErasmusDays

    From the 15-17 October 2020 the #ErasmusDays initiative will be taking place across Europe and beyond, to celebrate the Erasmus+ programme. Cyprus Interaction Lab actively participates in the #erasmusdays and provides a sneak preview of the work produced in our Erasmus project #festem and #openlang.  FeSTEM The  Festem Erasmus+ project (https://festemproject.eu/) is

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  • ENTER_EdTech: Entering the EdTech Entrepreneurship World

    We are looking for a competent candidate to work on our newly funded project via CYENS and an amazing consortium of partners. Attractive salary based on skills and experience. Skills desired: Business/Innovation, Learning Innovation Hubs, Educational Technology & Design, Strong Digital Skills Details:3 years projects starting 01/01/2020 This Knowledge Alliance project builds

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