Possible Cooperation in the 2022 ERASMUS+ calls
My name is George Papadopoulos and I am the Director of the
SEIT (Software Engineering and Internet Technologies) Lab, an
integral part of the Department of Computer Science, University
of Cyprus. I contact you again because of your interest and involvement
in Erasmus+ and EACEA related activities and in the light of the
fact that the 2022 Erasmus+ call for proposals is now out.


SEIT has extensive experience in applying ICT (Information and Communication
Technologies) to Education, in the area of Technology Enhanced Learning (e-learning,
m-learning, Open & Distance Learning, etc). Please note that Digital Transformation
(e.g. development of digital educational ecosystems, enhancing digital skills and
competencies, etc.) is now a priority area in the new Erasmus+ 2021-2027 programme.


SEIT has a long and extensive experience in the Erasmus+ programme.
In the previous Erasmus+ programme 2014-2020, we participated or are currently
participating in close to 50 projects, either as coordinators or partners. Our involvement
goes further back to the LLP and Leonardo da Vinci programmes on vocational training.


More information about SEIT can be found on the lab's web site at:


The Laboratory is strongly interested in participating in proposals related to
the above areas of expertise. In particular, regarding the 2022 call, we are
interested in Key Action 2 and in particular:


• Partnerships for Cooperation
• Partnerships for Innovation (Alliances and Forward-Looking Projects)


Consequently, if you plan to submit a proposal for the 2022 calls of Erasmus+
addressing any of the above areas, I would be very interested in cooperating
with you in the preparation of the proposal and contributing to it as a partner
or acting as coordinator if you so wish.


Looking forward to hearing from you soon.


Kind Regards
George A. Papadopoulos
Professor of Computer Science
SEIT Lab Director
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