BU.CO.LI.CO project BU (ilding) CO (mmunity resi) LI (ence through) CO (mmunication and technology) announced the launch of a new digital virtual museum that provides a unique and interactive art experience for users. The museum has been created with a cutting-edge technology that allows for the creation of immersive virtual environments and it will soon available in the OER Platfrom of the project: https://www.bucolico.eu
One of the standout features of the BUCOLICO digital virtual museum is its interactivity.
Users can zoom in on individual works of art (case studies and best practices from Italy, Spain, Poland, Greece and Belgium), read detailed descriptions and learn more about the entrepreneur experiences to take inspiration from. The Virtual Museum will support the better understanding of our European past, reduce cultural clashes and support them to understand and accept our European values.
This BUCOLICO virtual experiences will enable NEETs and young adults to explore the entrepreneurial world in new and innovative ways. Through this cutting-edge technology and a commitment to quality, BUCOLICO outputs are improving the way that people experience entrepreneurship, culture, and self- For more information, visit https://www.bucolico.eu/
BUCOLICO, a KA204 strategic partnership co-funded Erasmus+ Programme, brings together the effots and committment of organizations from Spain, Poland, Belgium, Greece to engineer a training prototype designed specifically for young adults (beneficiaries) mature and older adults (secondary beneficiaries) residing in socially and geographically marginalised rural areas of the EU, equipping them with a digital and entrepreneurial toolbox to enhance their potential both in everyday life and in the work context. The project started on 1st September 2020 and will end on 31st August 2023.
Building Community Resilience through Communication & Technology
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