Title of the project: „Development of Scientifically Proved Methods of Animal Assisted Therapy and Its Integration to Holistic Medicine Concept“
Project No: S-01.2.1-LVPA-V-835-01-0008
The project aims at developing a unique product - scientifically proved methods of animal assisted therapy, which will be integrated to the concept of holistic medicine, and the methods evaluating welfare of the assisting animals. The scope will include dolphin assisted, hippo and canis therapies.
It is foreseen that the results of the project will supplement to the package of alternative medical services in Lithuania providing reliable methods of holistic animal assisted therapy including bilateral - human and animal - affecting aspect.
The project is being implemented by Lithuanian Sea Museum and Directorate of Kurtuvenai Regional Park.
Title of the project: „Baltic Museums: Love IT!“
Lithuanian Sea Museum together with museums, touristic attractions, IT specialists and research institutions from Poland, Denmark, Sweden and Germany, cooperate in the project ‘BalticMuseums: Love IT!’ to create IT-enabled tools for natural and cultural heritage attractions in the South Baltic Region. The three-year project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund in the Interreg South Baltic Programme. The purpose of the project: to develop multilingual tours to be run on the own devices (e.g. smartphones) that the visitors bring to the attractions. Addressing the trend of gamification, the project will use game elements to make the visitors’ experience more involving, and extend the single visit into long-term relationships. Leading Partner – University of Szczecin (Poland). Project Partner Institutions: Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (Germany), National Marine Fisheries Research Institute (Poland), Malmö Museums (Sweden), NaturBornholm (Denmark), Experyment Science Centre in Gdynia (Poland), Foundation of Internet Industry Development "Netcamp" (Poland), Business Academy North gGmbH (Germany). Project duration: 2017–2020 Project budget: 1.484.375 EUR