Last week “Langas į ateitį“ accomplished the implementation of the project Towards Information Security of Lithuanian Citizens. 3 months long project was supported by the Ministry of National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania. The goal of the project was to raise awareness about the information threats, encourage critical thinking and responsible behavior online, increase the population's immunity to information threats.
Project activities were not very numerous in such a…Continue
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Lithuanian association „Langas į ateitį“ has just announced about a newly developed course for educators “Easy Coding” and started for the online registration. Over 300 teachers registered in 3 days. It explains the importance of the topic and the need for teachers to acquire knowledge and skills urgently needed in a modern school of today.
Microsoft funded project Through Coding Basics to IT Careers is planned to engage secondary school teacher…Continue
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Association „Langas į ateitį“ is currently intensely working on a new local project titled Through Coding Basics to IT Careers which is expected to improve ICT skills such as computer program design, development and coding basics needed for successful start of the future career of young people.
In the coming 5 years the demand for information and…Continue
Piloting stage of the Trans e-Scouts project has been accomplished in the Central Library of Vilnius City Municipality Žirmūnai branch. Langas į ateitį representatives delivered a welcoming speech for the training participants. Both seniors and youth were pleasantly surprised not only by many compliments and certificates as well as souvenir mugs, but also by the delicious cake that was baked…Continue
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Langas i ateiti has been a National coordinator of Get Online Week 2011 this year organised by Telecentre-Europe AISBL.
To get Lithuanians’ attraction to the importance of E-skills and Internet, we have developed Communication plan which was created in close collaboration with our GOW 2011 partners association INFOBALT and Microsoft Lietuva.
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The winners of the “RegioStars” 2010 were announced on 20 May in Brussels during the annual “Regions for Economic Change” conference.
Awards were given to the most innovative regional projects which had received funding from the EU’s cohesion policy. A jury made up of renowned professionals in regional development choose the six winners from the record 87 applications, which saw Genk (Belgium), Auvergne (France), Brandenburg (Germany), East-Mid…Continue