New website www.macict.eu


Dou you like it? We have updated the design of our website www.macict.eu! There still be of course some issues and continuously work on it... Soon you can see even links to our updated courses in moodle Lets stay in touch and make input in better future from all of us

SCRUM and MaCICT


Eight Master's students from the «GSTU named after P. O. Sukhoi» take active part in the ERASMUS + MaCICT project organized by the IT University of Copenhagen together with their colleagues from Denmark. Divided into two teams of four and united with Danish students, they develop software in accordance with the customer's requirements from the IT organization. The development is based on SCRUM methodology, learning all the features of this flexible methodology. Small commands closely co-operate both with the customer, and with each other, carrying out tasks in the terms set by sprints. Participation in the program allows them to receive experience of real work in a command on the project.

Working group meeting at BSUIR


Yesterday was working group meeting on the issue of updating - creating new courses of the second stage of education at BSUIR. Work will be done to create 10 courses for masterstudents. The courses will be relevant and based on new research and methods. So this will allow our students to be in demand in the IT field

Working group meeting at BSUIR


Yesterday was working group meeting on the issue of updating - creating new courses of the second stage of education at BSUIR. Work will be done to create 10 courses for masterstudents. The courses will be relevant and based on new research and methods. So this will allow our students to be in demand in the IT field

First INFO day in BSUIR


First INFO day in BSUIR 20.03.20. Future graduate students got acquainted with the main aspects of the MaCICT project

How did coronovirus affect the macict project?


1. The main news, all participants in our project are healthy! Jahooo
2. During quarantine time, we continue to work on new programs and update curriculas with love and creativity.
3. We hold our meetings as before online regularly and as efficiently as possible.
4. We plan further activities and invite everyone interested to take part in our project.
Do you want to know what benefits cooperation with MACICT could be for you? Feel free to message us direct, we will answer all your questions!

Two Pizza


Last weekend our team decided to check the “Two Pizza” rule: “If the team can’t be fed with two large pizzas, it is too big”. Turns out, our team size is perfect!


YKSUG Student Development Team

Lego for Agile in BSUIR


As part of the professors' program, lectures on the course “Didactics” were planned and held for teachers of the university-partners of the Erasmus + project. All classes conducted by Juho Makio were filled with his inextinguishable energy and artistry. This visit will be remembered for a long time by all participants. We sincerely hope that there will be many more such meetings.

Workshop for teachers


February 19th-20th. Within the MACIC project we will conduct a workshop for teachers. On Agenda: 1 day: Foundation in teaching (of information technology); Teaching approaches - traditional approach vs. constructivism; Course planning - program orientation vs. task orientation; Applicability of conventional teaching-learning patterns. 2 day: Course and seminar organization; Advanced organizer; Sandwich — Structure; Feedback and how to make it work; Take part and get more detailes: sfmakaruk@tut.by

Lecture on didactics 24.05.19-25.05.19


As part of the professors' program, lectures on the course “Didactics” were planned and held for teachers of the university-partners of the Erasmus + project. All classes conducted by Juho Makio were filled with his inextinguishable energy and artistry. This visit will be remembered for a long time by all participants. We sincerely hope that there will be many more such meetings.

KickOff meeting 25.03-29.03.2019


The first meeting of the project participants took place in Minsk.

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