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Arctic Explorer Game

As many as 88% of the population declares that they have access to the Internet at least once a day via smartphone or tablet. On average, we use 10 applications per day. Mobile technologies have irrevocably grown into our everyday life and have quickly...

The Consortium members

Thousands of teachers and students involved, hundreds of online lessons, various educational resources, adventurous polar expeditions: In Paris on May 23 and 24 we summarized the EDU-ARCTIC project.

To deal with the complex impact of climate change in the Far North and elsewhere, we need increasing numbers of professionals to cope with this challenge efficient...

Teams from Belgium, Slovenia, Greece and Spain won the Arctic Competition dealing with subjects of the earth’s rotation, UV-radiation, heavy metal and Nano plastics. The prize is a place on an Arctic Expedition to Northern Norway or the Faroe Islands.

The publication THE EDU-ARCTIC PROJECT: INTERACTING FOR STEM ACROSS COUNTRIES AND CURRICULA was presented during a conference session at the 13th INTED conference "Exploring new frontiers in education" in Valencia, Spain.

STEM Discovery Week 2019

STEM Discovery Week 2019 is a joint international initiative that invites projects,organisations and schools across Europe and around the world, to celebrate careers and studies in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

Sheep in the land of Fire and Ice

A collaboration between Edu-Arctic and the Sheep in the Land of Fire and Ice an Icelandic initiative in open online courses about sheep grazing in Iceland (MOOC) has now been established.

EDU-ARCTIC Mobile App

Mobile phones bring the world at our fingertips. We can access any information from anywhere, but also feed all sorts of databases.