28 November 2012 | 863 | No votes yet
01 January 2012
31 December 2015
Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Slovakia, United Kingdom, Asia
An EU study has been launched to research the importance of lifelong learning and its impact in the workplace.
28 November 2012 | 1028 | No votes yet
01 October 2012
30 September 2014
Austria, Belgium, Spain, United Kingdom
Many studies on the role of ICT as a catalyst to change learning scenarios have failed to grasp relevant developments because they were working on the ground of a given set of technology options and codified learning models. If the areas of implicit, tacit and informal learning are not taken into consideration there is little chance to discover...
16 November 2012 | 1096 | No votes yet
01 December 2010
30 November 2012
The project is aimed at professionalising the work with children, based on an innovative approach, the concept of "Listening to young children". The project seeks to create expertise transfer from Greece, in order to develop country - specific frameworks for Poland, Cyprus and Bulgaria, - for conceptualising "Listening to young children".
15 November 2012 | 1099 | No votes yet
01 October 2012
30 November 2015
France, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, United Kingdom
Much social creativity involves human collaboration through and about artifacts that embody collective knowledge resulting from the collaboration. It can be a catalyst to enable European SMEs and large organizations to adopt and sustain new approaches to learning by fostering non-linear and non-standard thinking and allowing promising ideas to be...
12 October 2012 | 1580 | 5/5
10 October 2012
12 June 2013
After I was leader in Community of Practices 2 in Smile project managed by European Schoolnet http://bit.ly/collaborationincop2smile I decided to launch eTwinning project ICT4eTwinners http://ict4etwinners.blogspot.ro/2012/10/ict4etwinners-innovate-curation-teach.html . You can read more about SMILE project here http://leedu....
04 October 2012 | 1864 | No votes yet
01 June 2012
31 December 2014
The Open Educational Resources in Europe (OEREU) project will provide a critical assessment of OER initiatives and practices in Europe, develop sector-specific foresight scenarios to illustrate the benefits, carry out a representative survey on the use of OER, identify challenges across all sectors and, jointly with stakeholders, develop, discuss...
04 October 2012 | 1371 | No votes yet
01 October 2010
31 December 2012
Finland, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, United Kingdom
JOYN2.0 project aims to promote independent and informal language learning, on-line learning and on-line learning resources as well as to encourage language teachers towards the role of informal facilitators/advisors in language learning and to strengthen the role of social networks and media in supporting lifelong learning.
03 October 2012 | 8616 | No votes yet
01 September 2011
01 April 2013
Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom
Interactive Technologies in Language Teaching is a European project which aims to promote best practice in communicative language teaching using interactive whiteboards.
03 October 2012 | 1240 | No votes yet
01 October 2011
01 October 2013
Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania
The project "SH.A.R.P - A platform for SHAring and Re-Presenting” is promoted by the University of Pavia (Communication and Psychology Departments) and CEM (Media Education Centre) together with institutions from seven European countries. One of the main objectives is to realize a web-platform to edit shared audio and video products on-line (video...
21 September 2012 | 1005 | No votes yet
01 November 2011
01 April 2014
France, Italy, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Pan European, North America
POERUP is carrying out research to understand how governments can stimulate the uptake of OER by policy means. We aim to convince decision-makers that in order to be successful with OER, they will have to formulate evidence-based policies based on looking beyond one’s own country, region or continent, beyond the educational sector they look after.