LLAF – Lifelong Learning in Applied Fields
Life Long Learning in Applied Fields (LLAF) is one of the selected TEMPUS IV Sixth Call programs that involves 16 different institutions located in 8 different countries collaborating to address the challenge of academic institutions to maintain their relevancy in the topics that they teach by developing new curriculum that has at its foundation the capacity to provide students with tools and skills for new professional developments and innovation, concentrating on communities of learners and on work within and with communities.
Project coordinator: Hadassah Academic College (Israel)
Partners: Nazareth Academic Institute (Israel), Kibbutzim College (Israel), Gordon College of Education (Israel), Bar-Ilan University (Israel), Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee (Israel), Sapir College (Israel), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain), University of Salzburg (Austria), Latvia College of Culture (Latvia), University of Aalen (Germany), Trinity College (Ireland), GIMBE (Italy), University Institute of Lisbon (Portugal), Inova (Portugal), Polytechnic Institute of Santarem (Portugal)
More information: http://tempus-llaf.sapir.ac.il/
PriMedia – Promoting ICT and multimedia in prison education across Europe
The overall aims of the PriMedia Network, financed by the LifeLongLearning Programme Gruntvig, is to identify current good practice in the application of ICT & multimedia in offender learning, including in-depth evaluation of the effectivity of specific examples; to test their potential application in a variety of prison contexts; and to exploit and disseminate good practice in prison education across Europe and beyond.
Project coordinator: The College of Teachers (UK)
Partners – Steering Group: Sønder Omme Prison (Denmark), Amitié (Italy), Ministry of Security and Justice (NL), Halden Prison (Norway), Institute of Mobile Technologies for Education and Culture (Lithuania)
Transnational partners: Integra Art (Bulgaria), Gymnasium and Lyceum, Avlona Prison School (Greece), Polo Europeo (Italy), Catalonia Department of Justice (Spain), Izmir Governorship (Turkey), SEEDS for Growth (UK), South West College (UK), Prison Arts Foundation (Northern Ireland), Latvian Culture College (Latvia)
More information: http://www.pri-media.eu/