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Cultural Understanding through Learning and Technology (CULT)

The final project report provides a brief overview of the research performed during the official project life-time (January 2009 - December 2011). For more up to date results please follow the news.

Project CULT aims to create a cooperation platform (hardware/software/practices) for schools that reside in remote (rural, islands) areas

For this purpose, we are employing both established and novel interaction and communication technologies. Moreover, we are working closely with schools and teachers, in order to leverage their ability to adopt and adapt technologies in ways that are suitable for their skills and needs.

Up-to-date information is provided in the News section. You can read and download research results in the Publications section. For a brief introduction to the project objectives and methods please visit the Subpages bellow. If you would like to meet us in person, please consider attending our regular Workshop. If you require further information not included in this site please Contact us.

CULT (MC-ERG-2008-230894) is a Marie Curie European Reintegration Grants (ERG) project funded by the European Commission (EC) under the 7th Framework Program (FP7).

The project is hosted by the Department of InformaticsIonian University (Corfu, Greece). The project start date is 1st January 2009 and the final date is 31st December 2011.