Monday, August 19, 2019

Information on the Project Presented to the University Management

On June 28-29, 2016 Turiba University organized its annual strategic seminar for the University management in a resort town Apsuciems, close to Riga. During the seminar different administrative and academic issues were discussed and the strategic priorities and tasks for the next study year were set.

The head of the Language Department Prof. Ineta Luka explained to Turiba University management – vice rector in Academic and Scientific Affairs Mr.Ivars Namatevs, vice rector in International Affairs Mr.Imants Bergs, head of the Department of Business Administration assoc.prof. Rosita Zvirgzdina, head of the Department of Communication Sciences Dr.Inese Runce, the vice dean of the Law Faculty Ms.Ivita Kisnica, the head of External Relations Ms.Inese Raiba, the head of the Study Information Centre and the Youth Hostel Ms.Iluta Ernstsone how the work at projects is organized and how the project outputs can be used in the study process and in developing Turiba University employees’ language competence. Since the University is expanding its international borders, it is essential to enhance the employees’ English language competence and the project outputs can serve as a useful tool for this. It was decided to organize a seminar for the University staff and introduce the project outputs to those University employees who are in daily contact with international students.

Dr.paed. Ineta Luka, Professor

Turiba University project manager

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Dissemination at Srednja šola za gostinstvo in turizem in Celje, Slovenia

David Sephton of Prirmrose Publishing gave a dissemination on 20th June at the Hotel School in Celje, Slovenia. He presented the e-Learning Platform and the materials that we created on our Hotels project to 54 students from the two top classes. The head-teacher and deputy and other teachers also took part. The students were really enthusiastic and asked for a further informal session afterwards so they could ask questions. The school is really keen to make full use of all the materials.

David Sephton

Project manager of Primrose Publishing Ltd. UK

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Dissemination of project at the 18th International Science Symposium

From 10th to11th June 2016 the 18th International Science Symposium for »Technical creativity in school's curricula with the form of project learning from the kindergarten to the technical faculty« took place in Portorož. As domestic and international experts participated in the symposium it was an excellent opportunity to present the project, especially as the participants covered all spheres of education – from kindergarten to university, which means that secondary schools and higher schools are included as well. I presented the idea of the project, all the research done, the piloting of the FrontDesk programs and the mobile applications for smart phones with the industry, the piloting of the Moodle e-learning platform at schools and universities and I also showed them the products created within the project. The participants were very impressed with all the products, especially teachers liked the e-learning platform and found it very useful. During the coffee breaks, I had the opportunity to explain the products in more details. They also liked the idea of all the products being available free to anybody who would like to use them. There are proceedings of the conference with all participants and their contributions published.        

Erna Vöröš

Project manager of Ekonomska šola Murska Sobota, Slovenia

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