Open access to the Advenus courses 2

How to access the courses;

Simply press the “Enter” in the middle of the screen, and you will progress to the page where you can create your own account.

If this is the first time you are visiting the Advenus VLE (Virtual Learning Environment), please read the instructions, and choose “create new account”.
Note that you are only obliged to fill out the fields marked with a *.

When your account is confirmed, and you are logged in, you can choose between all the Advenus courses. If you want another language, please select language by pressing the flag up to your right in the screen. You can then choose the language you want.

You have now gained access to the Advenus courses.

The introduction to the Advenus courses aims to help you understand the contextual background of the Advenus project, and the need for cultural sensitive open access learning resources. It also presents you with an overview of the courses, learning outcomes and content.

How to write a CV
Aims: To improve reading comprehensions skills and writing organizational skills linked to the CV preparation.

Using the internet to find a job and to learn
Aims: To develop key information processing skills in technological rich environments

Dealing with money – Private economy
Aims: To improve numeracy skills and get a better understanding of private economy, and to learn about the culture in the host country.

Saving the world from my neighbourhood
Aims: To improve literacy skills such as to locate and retrieve information, make lexical and semantic inferences, understand the global meaning of a text, integrate and interpret. In addition to this, there is the aim to gain knowledge about how to be a more conscious and active citizen regarding daily actions towards reduction of waste.

Let’s eat – Consumer awareness about food
Aims: To develop key literacy skills and problem solving in technology rich environments skills. In addition to this, learn how to use, acquire and evaluate information about food.

Good luck, and enjoy the courses!
If you have any feedback, you are welcome to contact the Advenus project team on

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