An MTU delegation attended a meeting of the universities participating in the Erasmus+ program based on the ERASMUS+ Inter-institutional Agreements.
The meeting was to discuss the Erasmus+ project on Integration of Digital Content and Digitization of Secondary Schools, a joint project on which different member states are working.
The project deals with the integration of information and communication technologies in teaching with the use of e-learning technology and creation of educational digital content in the form of online resources – Open Educational Resources. The project’s goal is to increase the capacity of secondary schools’ staff to implement the digitization processes.
Mother Teresa University in Skopje represented the Vice-Rector for Science, lecturer Bekim Fetaji, Ph.D., Vice-Rector for Education and Student Affairs, lecturer Fati Iseni, Ph.D., Vice-Rector for Finance and Investments, Assoc. Prof. Bujamin Bela, Ph.D., and the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Informatics, lecturer Stojan Kitanov, Ph.D.