Duration: 2021 07 27 – 2022 03 01

Project coordinator at KCPL: Kristina Dailidaitė, e-mail [email protected], tel. (8 37) 32 42 43

Project coordinator: Public institution “School of robotics”

About the project: KCPL employees through learning, communicating, inspiring, exchanging ideas, and preparing to conduct a 3D workshop for young people, took part in international training. The developed 3D workshop methodology is being tested with 14-19-year-olds which was arranged by KCPL.

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Duration: 2022 06 01 – 2023 08 31

Project coordinator: Lukas Volskis, e-mail [email protected], tel. (8 37) 32 44 50

About the project: Erasmus accreditation – an innovative tool dedicated to general learning, vocational learning, and the adult education system, encouraging to constantly take part in traveling opportunities which are made possible through Erasmus+. We are pleased to inform everyone that in 2022 Erasmus accreditation has been given to Kaunas County Public Library, verifying the notions that the library has prepared an effective and qualitative traveling possibility long-term implementing the joint vision of organisations. During the accreditation, KCPL teachers and educators will enhance their competencies of non-formal adult education ICT (information and communications technology), MIL (media and information literacy), and the knowledge of their digital literacy, which will improve ICT, MIL, and digital literacy comprehension by creating new and applying old skills.

The project is co-financed by:

Duration: 2021 07 01 – 2023 04 30 

Project coordinator at KCPL: Indra Lukošienė, e-mail [email protected], tel. (8 37) 32 44 45

Project coordinator: Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public Library

Project partners: Kaunas County Public Library, Klaipėda County Ieva Simonaitytė Public Library, creative studio BLACK BOOK (Norway)

About the project:

The project’s goal is to develop an innovative reading promoting product for pupils and teenagers in 5th -8th grades (10-15 years of age) – a reading challenge virtual game. Its scenario will be consistent and orientated to various choices, solutions all connected to the actions of the main characters. Virtual games will be related to three literature collections, combining it through the game’s overall content, the literature will be traveling around Panevėžys, Kaunas, and Klaipėda county’s public libraries. While playing this game, children and teenagers will search for answers and tips in targeted literature. The Challenge of reading and all additional literature will assist young children and teenagers to solve the problems of social relationships with the environment, in addition, it will develop reading habits, forming maturing individuals’ values in life. The game consisting of a reading challenge and literature collection both will be available in a free mobile application, and the additional literature for the given challenges will be available in special and themed areas in various county libraries and specialized literature hand out self-service terminals, located in city county and rural areas, places where teaching institutions are located (to reach total access, no-contact handouts). Various foreign organizations consisting of culture, art, science, and creative industries, consisting of young volunteers will be involved in the development of the game. Expert educators will create a set of educational-cultural activities based on the content of the virtual game and the book collection to allow the target group to participate in cultural education activities throughout the project. Pupils in grades 5-8 will have the opportunity to systematically take part in educational activities in libraries on county and local levels, where the reading of various books will be presented as a pleasurable and interesting adventure that encourages imagination and creativity, helps them find and evaluate their own and other people’s actions, understand feelings, and much more. The reading games will continue after the project is over, with new books added to the collection and new reading challenges launched.

The project is co-financed by:

Duration: 2022 01 01 – 2022 12 31

Project coordinator: Vaida Gedzevičiūtė, e-mail [email protected], tel. (8-37) 32 44 37

Project partners: Kaunas Literature Week

About the project: The aim of the project is to introduce and encourage attractive and mystifying reading tactics, furthermore it also invites the people of Kaunas city and all of its guests to dive into extraordinary adventures, thoughts, and associations by motivating everyone to look back to old and forgotten literature and publications, furthermore to meet like-minded people, and come together to become involved in creative progress and mystical literature study.

The project is co-financed by:

Duration: 2020 12 01 – 2023 02 28 

Project coordinators at KCPL: Vytautė Trijonytė, e-mail [email protected]

Project coordinator: Fundacja Parasol (Poland)

Project partners: Solution: Solidarite & Inclusion (France); Speakeasy Berlin (Germany); Eurospeak (United Kingdom)

About the project: The main aim of this project is to improve the conditions of learning the English language for seniors. During the project, the focus will be directed toward elder individuals’ learning attributes; in addition, methodological guidelines on how to effectively teach this age group will be prepared. Moreover, methodological language learning tables and internet platforms will be developed to create a communication line between English language teachers and their students.


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