The Cyprus Computer Society participated in the meeting that took place at the Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia from 19th to 20th of September, with the active participation of the different partners of the InClass Erasmus+ project. The meeting was also joined by robot manufacturers from Denmark and Germany, whose input has been very useful for the project’s goals. The CCS was represented by the final year undergraduate student Andreas Pattichis who also participated in the development of a scenario for taking the robot to an excursion at the museum. All scenarios developed will be made available to schools participating in the project for implementation.
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