The “Live-eLearn” project started in January 2020. The project aims to unite the words “Live” and “eLearn” in the proposal to unite experiential learning mediated by information and communication technologies. On January 9-10, 2020, the first meeting of the European LiveeLearn project took place at the Universitat Jaume I of Castelló, Spain. In this meeting all the partners participated: Archivio della Memoria, Italy, ProEduca z.s., Czech Republic, Sastamala kaupunki, Finland and Universitat per a Majors, Spain. The bases were established to carry out a techno-pedagogical proposal that other European institutions will be able to adopt and offer in their courses.
The intention is to enhance the learning that is already done in extra-academic activities (trips, workshops, etc.), uniting them with previous and subsequent activities through technology. The main expected results will be to increase the learning experience, being more creative, useful, and enjoyable, but going far beyond it, since thanks to technology, learning extends both in time and in context.