28 November 2012 | 1046 | 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...
15 November 2012 | 1031 | No votes yet
01 November 2012
30 November 2015
Cyprus, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, Pan European
The Go-Lab project will open up remote science laboratories, their data archives, and virtual models (“online labs”) for large-scale use in education. Go-Lab enables science inquiry-based learning that promotes acquisition of deep conceptual domain knowledge and inquiry skills and directs students to careers in science.
09 November 2012 | 2990 | No votes yet
01 January 2012
30 June 2014
Italy, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Central and South America
The project overall objective is contributing to strengthen and sustain the EU-LA Common Higher Education Area, through a bottom-up approach, by the increasing use of open educational practices and resources (OEP & OER).
08 October 2012 | 1570 | 5/5
01 November 2010
31 October 2013
Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, FYR of Macedonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, Pan European, European non EU
Invitation European project music and languages FolkDC for young language learners Music has been shown to have a very positive impact on language learning and the EU Comenius, FolkDC project utilizes this perfectly. The project has prepared an autonomous teacher kit that can be used to motivate and engage early language...
04 October 2012 | 1286 | No votes yet
01 October 2010
30 September 2012
Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Pan European, International
Provision of Open Educational Resources is gaining increasing traction within Europe, with HEIs across the continent beginning to offer a selection of, or entire courses online through their web portals, or through initiatives such as the Open Courseware Consortium. Yet Open Educational Practice is still mainly an ad-hoc activity, embarked upon as...
03 October 2012 | 9275 | 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 | 1256 | No votes yet
01 October 2010
31 December 2012
Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom
Puppy-IR is a consortium of 8 organizations from 4 European Countries. The consortium includes 5 universities, a children hospital, a multi-disciplinary museum and an international information services company; and is coordinated by the University of Twente (The Netherlands).
17 August 2012 | 1195 | No votes yet
01 October 2011
01 March 2014
The INTENT Project: an update.
01 June 2012 | 1687 | 5/5
01 October 2009
30 September 2011
Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain
Multicultural Interdisciplinary Handbook: Tools for Learning History and Geography in a Multicultural Perspective
The aim of this Project is to build and share a set of tools that includes a HandBook, Digital Modules and a Teacher Training Course. They will offer a structured path through European Contemporary History and Geography where the countries concerned will be those of the Project partners. Partners: University of Salamanca - GRIAL (Spain)....
24 May 2012 | 1834 | 5/5
01 January 2012
31 December 2013
Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, United Kingdom
The evolution of new technology and its increasing use, has for some years been making the existence of informal learning more transparent, especially among young and older adults in both Higher Education and workplace contexts. However, the nature of formal and non-formal, course-based, approaches to learning has made it hard to accommodate these...