Simulation Games in Strategic Communication

ES erasmus

Type of project: Erasmus+

Full title of the project: European Union Erasmus+ programme KA2 (cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices) strategic partnerships for higher education project “Simulation Games in Strategic Communication”

Project number: 2018-1-LV01-KA203-046981

Goal of project: Integration of simulation games in strategic communication studies for the development of future competences. The aim of the project is to create and test pedagogical innovations in strategic communication teaching in three Baltic universities through academic staff training, development of teaching aids, and development of a prototype of an interactive collaborative digital learning and teaching platform.

The target group: (1) Academic staff members and (2) students at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences and partner institutions

The leading partner: Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences

Cooperation partners:

  • Lithuania, Vilnius University
  • Estonia, University of Tartu

Associated partners:

  • United Kingdom, King’s College London
  • Latvia, Valmiera city municipality
  • Latvia, Vidzeme planning region administration

Project implementation period: 01.12.2018. – 31.05.2021. (30 months)

Main activities: Erasmus+ mobility activities (student, staff exchange, learning/teaching/training activities) between partner institutions, development and dissemination of intellectual outputs

Expected outputs: handbook and methodological guide, descriptions of simulations, teacher training workshops programs, description of simulation game architecture (technical specification and description of technological tools), data set, survey instruments and learning analytics’ metrics for evaluation students competences, scientific publications

Study directions: Communication and media

Total budget:  149 884,00

Project funding: EC funding

Contacts:

Project manager at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences: Tatjana Mažāne

E-mail: 

Phone: +371 64250853, +371 22042022

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