Improve European and National literacy reading in schools through technology

More than a fifth of children and young people (22%) rarely or never read in their own time and nearly a fifth (17%) would be embarrassed if their friends saw them reading. Many school students lack knowledge of national and European literature.
ILION, Greece - Dec. 26, 2014 - PRLog -- Date (30/11/2014) — Based on the above, the AMORES project focuses on improving literature learning across Europe by improving students engagement with literature through a methodology based on interactive and collaborative use of ICT as well as on improving digital literacies of both students and teachers through the creation of e-artefacts, critical reflection on their production and their use in social participation.

AMORES starts officially 1st December 2013 and ends 30th November 2015 and during this period it aims to improve students engagement in reading of national and European literature through a methodology based on ICT, interactivity and collaboration. Students from 5 different countries will exchange their e-artefacts on national literature on-line and at the final event. The teachers will meet with colleagues from partner schools and will develop an online community as a support for implementation of a new methodology. They will use their mother tongue and English as common working language.

For more details, please access the project website (

This Press Release is issued by NSF CYBERALL ACCESS  that is the dissemination leader in this project.

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