The transnational meeting of the VET R&D “Vocational High Schools Learning R&D and Innovation with Virtual Reality” project, supported by the Turkish National Agency and carried out as the coordinator by the Karamürsel District Directorate of National Education, was held in hybrid form with the participation of partner institutions, hosted by Kiece Technopark.

The project meeting of “Vocational High Schools Learn R&D and Innovation with Virtual Reality”, which aims to develop materials by using educational technologies in Vocational Education within the scope of Erasmus+ Project under the coordination of Karamürsel District MEM, was held in Kielce, Poland on October 4-6. IO2 applications completed on the first day of the project meeting were presented to all partners. All partners attended the hybrid meeting.

An online workshop was held on the preparation of multiplier event activities and the necessary planning was made for the final report. The meeting was held in Kielce Technopark and Energy Science Center. After the meeting, Kielce University of Technology continued successfully with technical visits to the Virtual Reality Laboratory. Augmented reality applications with hololens were experienced in the virtual reality laboratories of Kielce University. In the project meeting, which continued with cooperation and team spirit, short cultural tours in Kielce and Warsova contributed to the integration and inclusion strategy.

District National Education Branch Manager Selçuk KATIRCIOĞLU and Deniz ÇİÇEK, IPF Alberto POSTİGO and host Monika Levandowska and Anna Lipska from Kielche Technopark were present at the meeting. Giorgia Marchionni on behalf of EGInA, Dr Ebubekir KAYA and Dr Ceren BAŞTEMUR KAYA on behalf of CEKA Software R&D Limited, Ms Olympia DRIVA from EUROTraining and Matthew Cadden-Hyde from Dudley Technology College participated on-line.