Second meeting of partners in the International project “Quality of Virtual Studies” (QVS) within the activities of Erasmus + KA2 was held live on 15 and 16 March 2022 at a partner institution, Francisco de Vittoria University of Madrid (Spain).
Zagreb School of Business was presented by Željka Zavišić, Ph.D. and Vice Dean for International Cooperation and Sanja Rocco, Ph.D. and Head of the Department for Cultural Management and Production.
Other members of the project team followed the meetings online.
The topic of the meeting was the realized project activities and tasks for the continuation of the project. The partners were also given the opportunity of guided tour of the University premises with an emphasis on modern laboratories.
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT:
- improve quality of virtual studies
- develop a virtual learning environment methodology for inclusive learning
- improve competencies of academic staff
- ensure the recognition of virtual studies
Kaunas University of Applied Sciences from Lithuania is the coordinator of the project and international meetings, while Zagreb School of Business´s role is to spread awareness about the project.
Other partner institutions participating in the QVS project are the School of Coding Limited (England), the Savonia University of Applied Sciences (Finland) and the Kaunas University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania).
The host of this meeting, private University of Francisco de Vittoria is located in the suburbs of Madrid, has a large campus to accommodate students, as well as several study departments. For the needs of journalism studies, students have at their disposal a professionally equipped studio for audio and video recording and post-production. It also has a real clinical training center for nurses and doctors equipped with modern technology for practice. Within the university, it operates in the world-famous gastronomic school Le Cordon Bleu.
The next project meeting is scheduled for May 2022 at the partner institution School of Coding (England) during which international trainings for teachers on the use of Moodle tools in lectures will be held.