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ONGOING PROJECTS

 

Project “BRIDGING INTEGRITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION, BUSINESS AND SOCIETY (reference: 2020-1-SE01-KA203-077973)

The main aim of the Project: to create a bridge between academic integrity, research integrity, integrity in business, and society in order to reach a broader understanding and transparency of integrity between these fields, as well as interrelated skills and qualifications needed to act in accordance with academic integrity values.

Funding: Erasmus+ programme, Key Action “Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices”, Action Type “Strategic Partnerships for higher education”

End of the Project: August 2023

Project team:  dr. Eglė Ozolinčiūtė (project manager and researcher), Kristina Senkuvienė (researcher)

 

Project “MOBILISING DATA, POLICIES AND EXPERTS IN SCIENTIFIC COLLECTIONS” (CA17106)

 The main aim of the Action: to build an inclusive, bottom-up and responsive network to address the urgent challenges around the mobilisation and linking of natural science collections reference information. The Action focuses on knowledge and technology transfer across stakeholder communities, related projects and Research Infrastructures.

 Website of the Action: https://www.mobilise-action.eu/

 Funding: COST programme

End of the Action: October 2022

 Country representatives in the COST Action Management Committee:

Gintarė Židonė (substitute – Kamilė Kapočiūtė) (07/11/2019–24/06/2020)

Kristina Senkuvienė (substitute – Kamilė Kapočiūtė) (since 25/06/2020)

 

IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS

 

Project “CITIZEN SCIENCE TO PROMOTE CREATIVITY, SCIENTIFIC LITERACY, AND INNOVATION THROUGHOUT EUROPE” (CA15212)

The main aim of the Action: to bundle capacities across Europe to investigate and extend the impact of the scientific, educational, policy, and civic outcomes of citizen science in order to gauge the potential of citizen science as enabler of social innovation and socio-ecological transition.

Office’s role in the Action: WG4 ‘Enhance the role of CS for civil society’ co-chairing under the leadership of Dr. Artemis Skarlatidou from the University College London (United Kingdom).

As a potential outcome of this Action to the Office would be the development of guidelines for ethics assurance in citizen science projects.

Website of the Action: https://www.cs-eu.net/

 Funding: COST programme

End of the Action: September 2020

Country representatives in the COST Action Management Committee:

Dr. Loreta Tauginienė (substitute – prof. Dr. Alvydas Baležentis (21/09/2016–20/01/2019); Regimantas Juras (21/01/2019–17/10/2019); Gintarė Židonė (since 18/10/2019)

Prof. Dr. Eglė Butkevičienė (Kaunas University of Technology) (substitute – Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eglė Vaidelytė)

 

Updated: 2020-06-25