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A Brief History

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Year 2007

NOVEMBER 29-30
Codewitz Asia-Link Final Meeting, Bangkok, Thailand

NOVEMBER 26-29
IT Towards Empowerment (ITE2007) Conference
Bangkok, Thailand

MARCH 7-9
International Conference on Information & Communication Technology
Dhaka, Bangladesh

MARCH 5-6
Codewitz-Asialink partner meeting
Dhaka, Bangladesh

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Year 2006

SEPTEMBER 23-28
Codewitz-Minerva partner meeting
Reykjavik, Iceland

MAY 4-5
MMT2006 Conference
Tampere, Finland

MAY 3
Codewitz-Minerva partner meeting
Tampere, Finland

MAY 2
Codewitz-Asialink partner meeting
Tampere, Finland

FEBRUARY 6-9
Codewitz-Asialink partner meeting
Sylhet, Bangladesh

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Year 2005

SEPTEMBER 22-24
Codewitz-Minerva Seminar
Codewitz-Asialink Workshop
Bucharest, Romania

APRIL 20-23
Codewitz-Asialink partner meeting
Tampere, Finland

APRIL 17-19
Codewitz-Asialink partner meeting
Berlin, Germany

APRIL 7-9
Codewitz-Minerva partner meeting
Tampere, Finland

MARCH 13-18
Codewita-Asialink partner meetings
Dhaka & Sylhet, Bangladesh

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Year 2004

SEPTEMBER 16-18
Codewitz-Minerva Seminar
Ventspils, Latvia

MARCH 31
The University of Warwick (United Kingdom) joins to level 2

MARCH 29-30
Codewitz-Minerva Project meeting
Furtwangen, Germany.

MARCH 15
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Bangladesh) joins to level 2

JANUARY 23
London Metropolitan University (United Kingdom) joins to level 1

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Year 2003

OCTOBER 16-18
CodeWitz-Minerva Seminar
Reykjavik, Iceland

JUNE 2
Turku Polytechnic (Finland) joins to level 2

MAY 22
Asian Institute of Technology (Pathumthani, Thailand)
Prime College (Kathmandu, Nepal)
Tribhuvan University (Lalitpur, Nepal)
University of Applies Sciences Berlin (Germany)
All join to level 2

APRIL 10
CodeWitz Project was awarded with Annual Quality Prize for Developing Virtual Education in Finland by Finnish Ministry of Education and National Board of Education. The ceremony of prize-giving took place as part of the opening program at the Interactive Technology in Education 2003 -Conference, in Hämeenlinna, Finland

Quality Prize 2003 for CodeWitz Project

APRIL 9
Université Jean Monnet (Saint Etienne, France) joins to level 2

FEBRUARY 7-9
Codewitz Partner Meeting in Tampere to prepare and finalize EU Minerva application. Partners involved:
Bucharest, Furtwangen, Reykjavik, Tampere (Polytechnic & University of Technology), and Ventspils

FEBRUARY 6
University of Applied Sciences Furtwangen (Germany) joins to level 2

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Year 2002

DECEMBER 18
Reykjavik University (Iceland) joins to level 2.

DECEMBER 9
Ventspils University College (Latvia)
Technical University of Civil Engineering (Bucharest, Romania)
Both join to level 2.

NOVEMBER 4
Tampere University of Technology (Finland) joins to level 2.

JUNE 17
Beijing Technology and Business University (China) joins to level 2.

FEBRUARY 13
Murmansk State Technical University (Russia) joins to level 2.

FEBRUARY 5
Shenyang Institute of Technology (China) joins to level 2.

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Year 2001

JANUARY
The idea of creating the global network for sharing the work and material was invented by Mr. Jyrki Terva as the method aroused interest among visiting teachers in Tampere Polytechnic. Furthermore, Mr. Esa Kujansuu introduced the material and method during his visits in Romania and China. The idea of CodeWitz Project was further developed by Mr. Marko Kulmala and Mr. Esa Kujansuu: agreement drafts were created, web site was built and project was opened for external partners.

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Year 2000

JANUARY
The visualization material for teaching C++ and Java was tested with success in Tampere Polytechnic's internal education since 2000.

1998-1999

JANUARY
The method for building visualizing tools for teaching of mathematics and programming were invented and developed in Tampere Polytechnic under the lead of Mr. Esa Kujansuu, to respond to escalating demand of professionals with strong programming skills. In Finland alone the need of ICT professionals is estimated to grow quadruple by the end of the 2010.

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