TalksinTown multiplier event

AGH University of Science and Technology hosted a multiplier event with the aim to present the TalksinTown App to members of IROs Forum, a network of the international offices of leading Polish state universities. 

Talksin Town App, designed as a language learning resource for immigrants, proved to be a great tool to be used for international students as well as participants of short term mobilities. The app can be sucessfully used during language crash courses or to organize city and field games.

We received positive feedback from the participants who claimed their interest in using the app during orientation weeks, staff weeks and all kinds of conferences, seminars, training sessions and integration meetings.

The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.

Integration by DT | Project meeting

The mid-project meeting was organized at Eduplius in Siauliai, Lithuania on 23 and 24 May 2019 to review progress and plan the project activities for the rest of the year. The project moves to its next, exciting, phase which is developing the handbook titled „What Design thinking can do for the integration of migrants and refugees”. A template for the book has been tested during a local Design Thinking workshop. The program also included a visit to the DT laboratory, where a mini-workshop with the use of LEGO Serious Play® was held.

The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.

 

Graceland hosts IROs Forum

Graceland hosted IROs Forum, a network of leading Polish state universities which includes professionals and experts in internationalization.
The meeting provided an occasion for sharing information about our recent projects addressing migrants’ problems: „Inclusive communities through interactive language innovation” coordinated by Aftenskolen i Kristiansand and Graceland’s „What Design Thinking can do for migrants and refugees”. Both projects are co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.

Graceland hosts kick-off meeting of the Inclusive Communities project

The „Inclusive communities through interactive language innovation” project was officially launched during the kick-off meeting in Katowice, Poland on the 22nd and 23rd of November 2018. Partners from the Netherlands, Norway and Poland came together to discuss project management procedures and development of intellectual outputs. Continue reading “Graceland hosts kick-off meeting of the Inclusive Communities project”