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Professors and Lecturers’ Workshop at Turiba University in Latvia

On 16 May, 2018 the project team of Turiba University – Prof. Ineta Luka, Evita Vecvagare, Sundars Vaidesvarans, Anda Komarovska and Liga Klavina organised a workshop for Turiba University profesors and lecturers – the teaching staff of tourism, management, business, law and other courses.

First, Prof. Ineta Luka gave an overview of the project and its outcomes. Second, Sundars Vaidesvarans introduced the teaching staff with the functioning principles of the Learning platform. Next, the workshop participants had a hands-on-experience in testing the language courses under the guidance of our team members. Most of the lecturers and professors tried English modules but some lecturers also tried German and Russian modules.

We received lots of positive comments and appreciation and the teaching staff found the project workshop very timely as they will be able to independently study in the summer holiday period and improve their language competence. They found the courses beneficial for all VET learners both for language learning and for acquiring certain professional knowledge and skills. We also got suggestions for improvements which we highly appreciate. 

Ineta Luka

LAtvian project manager


A Seminar in Širvintos May 8, 2018

On May 8, 2018 Vilnius Business College represented by Deimantė Vilčinskaitė, teacher Tomas Butvilas and several Lithuanian and international students participated in a practical educational seminar in Širvintos on modern career trends: possibilities and decisions. The seminar took place in a job centre in Širvintos town, Lithuania. In it the College teachers and students shared their experience and discussed the related issues with educators of the town as well as school teachers from Širvintos region.

The Unity in Diversity project was also introduced during the activities, its booklets were distributed.  In more and more regions learners get to know this project and they find it appealing and providing new opportunities as a modern way of learning.


Vakaris Šaulys

Lithuanian project manager



Transnational Exploitation Seminar of „Unity in Diversity” Project to be held in Turiba University, Latvia on May 11 – 12, 2018
We have entered the last phase of the Erasmus+ project “Unity in Diversity” and a range of exploitation seminars are held in the partnership countries.
On May 11-12, 2018, a transnational exploitation seminar will be held at Turiba University, Latvia. It is planned as a joint event for Latvia and Lithuania. Twelve language educators from various VET institutions of Vilnius and Kaunas in Lithuania will arrive to Riga to participate at the seminar. Latvia is expecting seminar participants from VET institutions of Riga, Cesis, Ventspils, Daugavpils, Kuldiga and other regions and cities from all over Latvia.
The venue: Turiba University, Riga, Graudu street 68, Room A207.
The time: the seminar starts at 14.00 on 11 May, 2018, registration from 13.30, Room A203.
The agenda:
1) introducing the project and its outcomes:
- the curricula and the learning program created,
- the methodologies applied,
- the created interactive A1 language learning course in 16 languages,
- the created A2/B1 language learning course in 16 languages supplemented with smartphone apps and interactive maps for language learning,
- the created blended-learning B2/C1 English language course supplemented with a wide range of case studies,
- the intercultural C1 level English language course,
- pedagogical and technological guidelines.
2) the workshops – four workshops in a computer lab providing hands-on-experience to try out the materials created.
3) Networking among Latvian and Lithuanian colleagues to foster international collaboration and experience exchange.
More information and registration on: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.