The Society for the Promotion of Education and Learning announces its collaboration with the Center for Hellenic Studies of Harvard University. A memorandum of understanding agreement was signed by the President of the SPEL Professor George Babiniotis and the Professor of Classical Philology of Harvard University and Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies, Professor Gregory Nagy, on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at the Word and Art Auditorium of the Books’ Archway.  

 An initial goal of the collaboration is the further development of learning tools and disciplines related to the use of technology in the study of humanities. This is an area in which the CHS specializes and has already achieved distinction through the development (in the United States and Greece) of innovative methods on the use of digital technology in education/training. SPEL will collaborate with the CHS for the implementation of this technology and shall explore pioneering methods in the Arsakeia Schools (Athens, Thessalonica, Patras, Ioannina, Tirana).

Parallel to that, the life-long learning projects implemented through the Society for the Promotion of Education and Learning University with the collaboration of academics of the CHS in the US and Greece.

Finally, the partnership aims at supporting research projects and other activities related to education and Greek culture.





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