The conception, structure and content of the e-museum have been developed from 1 March 2013 to 28 February 2015; the museum is the result of the joint work carried out by the competent and creative staff of Daugavpils University, Yanka Kupala Grodno State University and the Daugavpils’ association “Innovation and Development Promotion Centre” involved in the implementation of the project “Popularization of the Centres of Oral History in the LV – BY Cross-Border Area”, (Project ID No. LLB–2–143) within the Latvian, Lithuanian and Belarusian Cross Border Cooperation Programme.
The aim of the project and the conception of the e-museum – to provide the academic circles and the population of the regions involved in the project with the access to historical knowledge of the cultural heritage in the cross-border area of Latvia and Belarus thus raising the public awareness about the necessity to preserve culture.
The e-museum “Vitamemoriae” launched during the implementation of the project makes this knowledge accessible to all users of the internet.
We will be happy if the developed product of the transfer of knowledge to society will provide you with new experience, knowledge and impressions by means of the exchange of ideas, viewpoints and opinions!
We are open for comments, thoughts, suggestions and new materials!
Basic project information ID No. LLB-2-143
“Popularization of the Centres of Oral History in the LV-BY Cross-Border Area”
Lead partner: Daugavpils University
Project partners: Yanka Kupala Grodno State University (Grodno, Belarus), Innovation and Development Promotion Centre (Daugavpils, Latvia)
Project duration: 24 months (1 March 2013 – 28 February 2015)
Total budget of the project – 168 824 EUR (ES co-financing – 151 941.60 EUR, 90%; DU co-financing is covered by the state budget funds allotted by the Ministry of Education an Science)
The project leader – Corresponding member of the Latvian academy of Sciences, Dr. philol., Professor, Dean of the DU Faculty of Humanities, Maija Burima