International Projects

ArctiChildren In-NET: Empowering School e-Health Model in the Barents Region / 2 call

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Overall objective: Developing New e-Health Approaches and Strengthening the Learning and Health connection through multimodalities and ICT applications at Schools

Project specific tasks:

  • Establishing the network with urban and rural pilot schools, universities and colleges
  • Planning and implementing three different surveys based on qualitative and quantitative methodology
  • Benchmarking the international best practices in school e-Health / e-Learning
  • Analysing the cross-border needs of developing school e-Health /e-Learning approaches
  • Planning and implementing the suitable ICT environment in pilot schools.
  • Multidisciplinary planning process to identify the best applications to approach new e-Health interactions / practices
  • Creating a cross border cooperation report about empowering school e-Health and e-Learning interventions/practices
  • Cross border cooperation publication in English, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian and Russian

Lead Partner: Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences

Partners:

  • Luleå University of Technology,
  • Finnmark University College,
  • Murmansk State Humanities University,
  • Northern Arctic Federal University.
  • Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Lapland
  • Pilot secondary schools in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Russia

Implementation period: 10.03.2012 – 10.12.2014

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