The current situation generated by the sanitary crisis causes a series of notable difficulties for everyone. The SEA-EU team is no exception. Despite the fact that the university buildings are closed, the work continues and in this spirit, the Education Subcommittee held a new virtual meeting on 24th March. The six partner universities were all represented to work through the day’s agenda.

The questionnaire for our Educational analysis prepared by the University of Gdansk was reviewed in detail and the final version will be presented at the next meeting.

Virtual learning has become a key issue all over the world to ensure the continuity of the teaching-learning process during the Covid 19 crisis. SEA-EU has a strong virtual learning component and the Education Subcommittee continued to work on the SEA-EU plan for virtual mobility, supporting the tasks of the Strengthening the European identity across the SEA-EU Alliance work package led by the University of Bretagne Occidentale.

The leaders of the Education Subcommittee thank all SEA-EU partners for their active participation in this meeting and look forward to continuing the work together – virtually for the time being and hopefully in person before long.