Fields of activities:
|» Political science |
|» Migration |
» Media and socio-cultural communication
Brief description of your activity focus
Professor, senior researcher
Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Prof. dr Egle Butkeviciene is a full professor and Vice-Dean for Research at Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and
Humanities, Kaunas University of Technology. She has PhD in Social sciences, sociology. Dr Egle Butkeviciene gives
lectures and conducts research on civil society issues, civic participation, social innovations, community development
and social inclusion, environmental activism, public policy, and social media.
|Project Title||iCamp - innovative, inclusive, interactive & intercultural learning campus|
|Specific Theme||IST (Information Society Technology) programme of FP6|
|Coordinator||CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION (Wien)|
|Project Title||CINEFOGO Network of Excellence “Civil Society and New Forms of Governance in Europe – the Making of European Citizenship”|
|Specific Theme||Network of Excellence|
International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
International project “Social partnerships and local social innovations in rural restructuring”, funded by Academy of Finland
International project “ICT and Public Access: Investigating the social and economic impact of public access to information
and communication technologies”
National expert (Lithuania) in 6th FP project “ICT for ALL” (“The social impact on ICT and their limited reach to potentially
excluded communities: Measuring the problem and undertaking initiatives for its effective mitigation”)
International Social Survey Programme (implementation in Lithuania) (ISSP, http://www.issp.org).
European Social Survey (implementation in Lithuania) (ESS, http://www.europeansocialsurvey.org).
International project “The changing pedagogical landscape – new ways of teaching and learning and their implications for
higher education policy” (EC Contract)
International project “Promoting cooperation between Norwegian and Lithuanian institutions by implementing
development strategy and methodical recommendations for massive open online courses into practice”, funded by Norway
OI-NET – The European Academic Network for Open Innovation (funded under EU Lifelong Learning Programme).
“Risk and Security Governance Studies within Baltic – Nordic Academic Community of Practice” (Risk- Net), funded be the
Erasmus + Programme of the European Union)
COST Action CA15212 “Dynamics of Virtual Work”
COST Action IS1202 “Citizen Science to promote creativity, scientific literacy, and innovation throughout Europe”